People seeking to get bodies like Beyonce's are in luck: The star posted an Instagram video of her gym routine Wednesday night to recognize the fifth anniversary of U.S. first lady Michelle Obama's Let's Move health campaign.
In the 15-second video, Beyonce speeds through a workout in black leggings and a T-shirt. She does standing oblique crunches, sit-ups with a medicine ball, punches with weights, lunges and jump squats. Survivor's "Eye of the Tiger" plays in the background of the video, which the singer captioned, "Celebrating the 5th anniversary of Let's Move! #GimmeFive @michelleobama."
Obama herself regrammed the post, writing, "Double tap if you're ready to work out with @Beyonce! #GimmeFive of your workout drills (or you'll disappoint the Beygency)," according to US Magazine.
Obama's Let's Move initiative kicked off in February 2010 as an effort to help solve the U.S. obesity problem within a generation, according to its website. It aims to encourage healthy habits for children and their parents, including increasing physical activity and eating nutritious foods.
Beyonce has come out in support of the movement before, E Online reported. In 2011, she partnered with the first lady to create a music video for a song called "Move Your Body" -- a remix of her hit "Get Me Bodied." The video was set in a school cafeteria and featured dozens of kids dancing on tables.
"I am excited to be part of this effort that addresses a public health crisis," Beyonce said at the time. "First lady Michelle Obama deserves credit for tackling this issue directly, and I applaud the [National Association of Broadcasters] Education Foundation for trying to make a positive difference in the lives of our schoolchildren."
Celebrity involvement in public initiatives can motivate youth to get involved, a Texas pediatrician, Dr. Jennifer Helmcamp, told ABC News in 2011. "Adding someone like Beyonce to the campaign is great because she is a very visible influence on older children and teens," she said.