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  • Meghan Markle approaches exercise with self-love.
  • She enjoys working out, especially for the mental benefits.
  • Yoga and running are her favorite ways to stay fit. 
  • Markle makes time to exercise with friends as well as rest up when she has downtime.

Meghan Markle knows how to make the most of her time. When she’s not spending time with her fiancé Prince Harry, she’s filming episodes of “Suits,” cooking for her friends and family, or fighting for a good cause. And in between all of that, she somehow finds time to exercise.

Here’s everything we know about Markle’s fitness regimen.

Her workout motivation comes from a few different places. 

Markle exercises for more than just aesthetics. She told Women’s Health that her daily motivation is a combination of her health, state of mind, and that amazing post-workout feeling.

“A ll of [sic] these things drive me to step onto my mat or go to the gym,” she said. “Sometimes the idea of working out sounds absolutely dreadful, but I always remind myself of how good it will feel afterward. Euphoric, almost.” 

She enjoys running. 

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Running has always been Markle’s favorite form of “moving meditation.” She told Women’s Health that it allows her to get out of her head. This is also her go-to workout when she’s short on time. In an interview with Best Health, she said especially likes to take her dog with her when she runs

She makes exercise a social occasion. 

Markle also enjoys making her runs social with people, and not just her dog. She told The Chalkboard that her favorite workout is a six-mile run with her friend Heather. Markle is also willing to try out new routines with friends. According to Women’s Health, Markle is looking forward to trying out SBC, an exclusive fitness class that is invitation only. 

I’m eager to come to the UK to do a workout with Russell [Bateman], the founder of SBC,” Markle said. “My friend Millie Macintosh raves about his workouts, so I’ll call her up to do a class together next time I’m back in London.” 

She works with a trainer when she’s shooting her TV show in Toronto. 

Markle has said that she watches what she eats and workouts hard when filming. In Canada, where she films “Suits,” she has the help of trainer Craig McNamee. Although the duo do things like rowing and jumping rope, McNamee also helps her with one of her favorite forms of exercise — yoga. 

I remember helping Meghan with some of her first inversions,” he told Best Health. “I remember Meghan being quite timid yet coming into handstand anyway. Her ability to trust, feel fear and then move beyond it speaks volumes about her as a person.” 

Practicing yoga is her absolute favorite. 

Markle’s mom was a yoga instructor, so the practice is “in her blood.” 

I love an intense  Vinyasa class  — and even better if its blasting hip-hop and done in a dark room with candlelight,” she told Women’s Health. Markle even did a series of poses for her interview with Best Health. She told the magazine that yoga would definitely be part of a perfect day for her

She takes her much-needed time to rest.

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Markle makes time in her busy schedule to relax and reset. She told The Chalkboard that one thing she does every week for her health is sweat out the toxins in an infrared sauna. She also likes to decompress by watching mindless TV, snuggling with her dogs, and enjoying a glass of wine. 

“I give myself the luxury of downtime,” she told Women’s Health. “ We are all so incredibly busy and juggling so many things, but I always take an hour to just decompress […] that’s all part of the investment. It’s a balance.” 

Although her life will likely change when she becomes part of the royal family, her approach to health and fitness seems like something she’ll take with her. We’re just wondering if she’s going to have Prince Harry doing yoga inversions too.

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