Sarah Hyland’s abs and toned legs are #goals in a black mini dress

  • Sarah Hyland just showed off her toned abs at a party in New York City.
  • The actress, 31, wore a little black dress with a v-neckline paired with very strappy heels.
  • To stay in shape, Sarah regularly does Pilates. She also hits the gym to do kettlebell raises, sled pushes, and pull-ups.

    Sarah Hyland showed off her super sculpted abs and legs while out on the town this week in New York City. The 31-year-old player modern family alum wore a little black dress with a deep plunging neckline, and she looked amazing. To complete the look, Sarah wore strappy heels and minimal jewelry.

    If you’re curious about what Sarah does to stay fit, you’re not alone. For starters, she’s a regular at the gym and is a big fan of Pilates. If you’ve ever tried a Pilates class, you know that these workouts can get intense. It tones your whole body by incorporating slow, controlled movements for a full body burn.


    Last October, Sarah posted an Instagram Story montage of herself crushing a series of Pilates moves, including thigh-burning sliding squats with resistance bands and bike crunches. These definitely make your quads burn! For your information, one of his must-see places seems to be Up Pilates in Los Angeles. You’re welcome.

    In a 2018 Instagram Story, Sarah opened up about how important exercise was to her, especially after being allowed to work out after being hospitalized for nearly a week. “Abs, I’m coming. It’s been a while,” she said.

    Plus, she’s all about body positivity and has quite a highlight reel on instagram called “Strong > Skinny” which shows her doing moves like jump squats, kettlebell raises, sled pushes, and pull-ups.

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    BRB, I’m booking my next Pilates class!

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