The 10 Best Beauty and Fitness Tips Straight From the Pros

NewBeauty has teamed up with the hottest workout brand, Flywheel Sports, and their instructors to give you the ten beauty tips you need before and after your workout session.
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Aleah Stander
Flywheel Master Instructor & VP, Creative Director Southeast

"If I’m protecting a blowout during class, I always put my hair in a bun. After class, I apply dry shampoo and blow-dry just the roots. This lets my blowout last a few days without getting in the way of my exercise routine."

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"First thing in the morning, I always drink a glass of water. Hydrating the body is a priority! Drinking water in the a.m. can also boost your metabolism and help flush out toxins." -Aleah Stander 

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"No matter how tired I am, I’ll never go to bed without washing my face and applying a superhydrating moisturizer. Your skin repairs itself at night, so this regimen is key for looking rested and youthful."-Aleah Stander

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Alicia Miller
Flywheel Instructor

"If your workouts are high-intensity and frequent like mine, keep glucose tablets in your gym bag. When you train hard, your body burns through glycogen faster and more rapidly. I am naturally hypoglycemic, and it gives me peace of mind to know that I have the tablets if I experience a drop in blood sugar. You can buy them at any pharmacy."

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"Never underestimate the power of a good nap! If you’re a career-driven woman—like most of us are—you put in long hours. If I have a responsibility very early in the morning, and also an event that night, a nap that lasts 45 minutes to an hour helps me stay on my game." -Alicia Miller

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"I never head to a workout without my liquid eyeliner pen. It’s easy and fast to apply a thin layer of eyeliner when you’re done with a workout. It’s an immediate pick-me-up and helps make me look more awake after an early morning class." -Alicia Miller  

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Annabelle Torgman
Flywheel Instructor

"You’ll never see me—on or off the bike—without a bottle of water. But we all know how “flat” water can get. I switch it up and grab a tall, cold glass of S.Pellegrino with a lemon or lime. I love to drink a glass before dinner because the bubbles fill me up. It’s the perfect way to keep hydrated! It’s also my drink of choice when I’m out (after a vodka soda, of course). More bubbly, less calories!"

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"Because we all know how much sweating goes on in a Flywheel indoor cycling class, I end up washing my hair more often than I would like to. Overwashing dries out the hair and strips it of its essential oils. To replenish and repair, I make an all-natural hair mask using a whole avocado (mashed) and about two to three teaspoons of olive oil. I cover my hair for about 10 minutes and then rinse!" -Annabelle Torgman 

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Danielle Devine-Baum
Flywheel Master Instructor & Creative Director Northeast

"A great way to relieve muscle tightness and improve circulation is foam rolling. If you don’t have a foam roller, a tennis ball will work! When you find a tender spot, roll back and forth on it a few times to stimulate tight fascia."

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"When you sweat a lot, it is important to replenish your body’s electrolytes. I always throw electrolyte tablets into my water. They also make my water taste great, which encourages me to stay hydrated, ultimately keeping my complexion glowing." -Danielle Devine-Baum