Megan Thee Stallion is known for a lot of things: coining Hot-Girl Summer, making excellent music, and generally being a talented multihyphenate. Over the last two years or so, she’s also become a fitness icon, sharing her intense workouts on Instagram and TikTok and even partnering with Nike on her own workout series through their Nike Training Club app. Her routine is impressive and full of intense-looking moves we’ve never seen before. It’s hard not to be inspired by her strength and dedication.
Megan started a health and fitness journey two years ago during the COVID pandemic with a YouTube series she called “Hottie Bootcamp.” In introducing the videos, she talked about how the time stuck at home had impacted her: “I like to snack and I like to eat whatever I want to eat. I just feel like lately the things I’ve been eating haven’t been so good for my body; they’ve been slowing me down. So I wanted to take y’all on a little health journey with me. Just because I feel like y’all will hold me accountable. And I feel like if I’m going on it with y’all, then I will be motivated to do the right thing,” Megan said.
Megan started working out with a trainer to improve her exercise and diet. In the YouTube series, she shares videos of herself grocery shopping with her trainer and trying several workouts, including pole dancing, strength, HIIT, cardio, and, of course, a butt-specific workout. “This journey is not necessarily about me losing weight,” she said in one episode. “This is about me just getting healthier in general and me seeing how I can transform my body in the healthiest way possible.”
We stan an empowered workout queen. Keep reading to check out more of Megan’s impressive workout routine, including how to try some of it for yourself.
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