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Two Victoria's Secret Angels Are Showing Exactly What They Do To Stay Fit

Nobody knows discipline like Victoria's Secret Angels, the models entrusted with wearing the lingerie brand's famously flashy costumes down the runway once a year. From Alessandra Ambrosio to Jourdan Dunn, these ladies boast an average of eight distinct abs per person. So, it only makes sense for them to branch into workout content.

Vogue reports two of Victoria Secret's newest angels, Jasmine Tookes and Josephine Skriver, have launched an Instagram to document their grueling partner workouts — both in and out of the gym. The pair lunge, plank and rock climb their way to the enviable bodies we love to drool over.

Because “JoJa” (yeah, that's really what they're going with as a moniker) post lengthy descriptions of their training sessions, Instagram followers are welcome to try their workouts at home.

The pair also encourages fans to mix up their cardio sessions, taking their buddy time to mountain hikes and scenic riverside spots. It's no fun being in stuck in a dark, sweaty cave of a gym on a summer's day.

Skiver told Vogue,

One day, we started trying to do yoga poses together as a duo, then we started looking online and were shocked and amazed at how many unique poses there were! We also thought it would be fun to create some on our own.

That's when we made our funny, celebrity couple–esque name and created the account!

Ever made excuses about why you don't have a body that's as fit as an Angel's? Well, you'd need a personal stylist, chef and really good genetics.

But working out like these ladies could be a good start. It's nice to see them putting an emphasis on fitness, as opposed to exactly how much chicken breast counts as a serving and when to quit eating solids before a runway show.

More of this, ladies.


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Citations: Meet JoJa, the VS Angel–Approved Fitness Instagram (Vogue)

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Emily Arata is a Women's Editor raised in the Twin Cities. She graduated from Fordham University in the Bronx and previously wrote for First We Feast. She writes about the unlikely ways in which millennials connect with one another.
Emily Arata is a Women's Editor raised in the Twin Cities. She graduated from Fordham University in the Bronx and previously wrote for First We Feast. She writes about the unlikely ways in which millennials connect with one another.

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