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Megan Thee Stallion Is Inviting Us To Her 'Hottie Bootcamp' For Our Best Summer Bodies

Plus, other celebs who are on a fitness journey to get these abs.

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You say you want the knees...well, come get these knees, sis! Megan Thee Stallion is on a mission right now, and she wants you to join her. We know with the quarantine and the cold dark days, we may have grabbed a few (or 20) pounds, but let's work this sh*t off.

The "Body" rapper is now on week three of her bootcamp, and she's completely crushing tf out of it. In fact, her most recent update comes in the form of before and after pics of her body-ody-ody-ody from week one to week three of her self-proclaimed 'Hottie Bootcamp.'

Captioning the photo:

"1 thing that has helped me a lot Is drinking a gallon of water a day ! Tag me in your gallon pictures if you're doing #HOTTIEBOOTCAMP with me"

If you've been following Megan's health journey, you know she's been regularly sharing the details on her workouts and eating routine, as well as sharing weekly updates on her overall progress. And she has seen progress after just one week.

The "WAP" rapper kicked it off with an IGTV video in mid-January, writing:

"So Hottie Bootcamp in my house is officially starting! It's not necessarily a weight loss journey but a health journey. Y'all will be experiencing this with me every step of the way, real healthy girl sh*t ..."

Come thru, encouragement!

Megan also details her full Hottie Bootcamp journey on her YouTube channel:

But Meg isn't the only one on a fitness journey. Other celebs have taken on their own challenges and invited us as well (we've got weight to lose, ladies!)

Keep scrolling to check out other notable celebs providing plenty of fitspo for your Instagram feeds below!

Joie Chavis

Joie Chavis has been pulling up to the gym hard too. And although the mom of two is known for incorporating her fitness goals into her daily routine, she has created goals to hit for the winter months, and has also invited us along to join on her YouTube channel.

Mo'nique

Halle Berry

Halle Berry's 'Fitness Fridays' is geared toward encouraging women to get up and get active. Captioning a photo on her Instagram:

"Happy #FitnessFriday! It can be so easy to feel burnt-out and stir-crazy these days. I've been thinking about how my fitness practice can re-invigorate my mind as well as my body, and honestly? Traditional outdoor cardio has been a godsend. It can be anything - a hike, a long run, even a walk around the block. Putting a little time into it everyday can be so effective in helping me reset and reconnect with what's important. It's harder than ever to stay grounded, and every little bit helps."

Tracee Ellis Ross

Lizzo

Lizzo has made her fitness journey very clear: she is focusing on her health, versus any weight loss. And sis is actually extremely healthy. She has made headlines with her frequent diets, workouts, and more, and she proudly, and openly says she does it all for her big ladies.

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Ladies...let's get to work!

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Featured image via Megan the Stallion/Instagram

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