It’s only been six weeks since Beyoncé welcomed her twins, Sir and Rumi, but the singer, along with husband JAY-Z, has already started working out again.

A source close to the 35-year-old diva told People that Beyoncé is back in the gym and going back to her normal routine. “She is slowly starting to get back to her ‘normal’ life. Her babies are now six weeks old, and she started working out again,” the insider said.

This past week, Beyoncé and JAY-Z have reportedly attended several classes at SoulCycle and are “motivating each other to stay in shape,” according to the source.

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Beyoncé reportedly also took classes at the Beverly Hills spinning studio while she was pregnant. Meanwhile, the 47-year-old rapper was spotted leaving the venue just days after his wife gave birth to their two children.

But even before she started working out, Beyoncé has already began going back to her pre-pregnancy weight. Earlier this month, the “Crazy In Love” singer flaunted her flawless post-baby body in a long-sleeved white top and corset-like mini skirt at Roc Nation artist Vic Mensa’s album launch party in Los Angeles.

Beyoncé reportedly has no plans to get back to work anytime soon and wants to focus on raising her kids. “Beyoncé is happy with just being a mom right now. She has no plans to work,” a source previously told People of her post-pregnancy plans. “She seems relaxed and very happy. Everything is good with her and Jay, and they seem to have a lot of fun raising their family together.”

The couple and their three children, which also includes 5-year-old Blue Ivy, are currently residing in a Malibu home that rents for $400,000 per month. Beyoncé and JAY-Z are reportedly still looking for a permanent home that is close to Blue Ivy’s school.

According to latest reports, the couple may be eyeing a home in Bel-Air that costs a whopping $100 million. Beyoncé and her husband are reportedly close to signing a deal to purchase the estate, TMZ reported.