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Thanks to another specular performance by Pink at the Grammys, aerial workouts promise to be a huge trend this year. But before you go Googling the closest gymnastic center, there are a few other ways to indulge in a bit of high-flying fitness without balance beams or vaults.
In fact, Pink's trainer Dreya Weber suggests anti-gravity yoga as a jumping off point. "Anti-gravity yoga is a gentler approach to aerials in which you can do all the moves without needing a tremendous amount of upper body strength, but allows you to develop strength," she shares with E! News exclusively.
Another easy way to get your upper body strength to levels like the "Just Give Me a Reason" singer? Pull-ups.
"Women usually don't do pull-ups, but it's a good way to develop upper body strength. The old taboo of women being ‘too muscular' is old fashioned," Weber says, adding: "Women should feel good about being strong." She suggests doing pull-ups with a chin-up bar, which are available at most sports stores. Weber also recommends giving P90X a chance. "Those half an hour workouts really help you engage your core, build upper body strength, and help you focus on balance."
Now keep in mind, it will definitely take awhile to mimic Pink's aerial skills but with these tips achieving her fit figure shouldn't be too far off. And in case you didn't get enough of the star performance from Sunday's awards watch this behind-the-scenes video of her training session.
—Reporting by Andrea Martinez