Blake Lively's Workout Feels Are Your Workout Feels

Celebs, they're just like us.

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Sometimes you just can't rally for a workout—especially on a Friday.

Blake Lively knows the feeling. The Shallows actress shared an all too relatable photo on Instagram on Friday. The pic shows Lively at the gym, hiding from her trainer, Don Saladino, under a fortress of mats.

"#FitnessFriday current mood," she captioned it. "@donsaladino gives me reason to hide!…."

The blonde beauty is getting back in shape after giving birth to her second daughter with husband Ryan Reynolds in September. After her first child, James, Lively hit the gym hard to prepare for her bikini-clad role in The Shallows. She commented on the challenge of getting her pre-baby body back.

"You see your body after having a kid, and it's beautiful because you just gave birth but you also say, 'oh my god, this is not what my body looked like'" she told Australia's Kylie and Jackie O radio show. "You feel like you're never going to get your body back again. But you can! But that was what was encouraging about it!"

Lively already made her first public appearance following the birth of baby #2 in late November at L'Oreal's Women of Worth celebration. She looked stunning as ever in a loose black jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and sheer sleeves.

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Sarah Lindig

I am an experienced editor, writer, and creative strategist, specializing in fashion, beauty, and lifestyle content for digital media outlets, as well as video and social platforms. While I currently operate as a freelance contributor/consultant, with such clients as The Zoe Report, my 10+-year background in the industry was cultivated at the dot-coms of elite publications, including Harper’s BAZAAR, ELLE, and Marie Claire.