Did you build your beach body through the winter or are you scrambling to see some abs before spring break? Some truly inspirational fitness goal diggers reside in Dallas-Fort Worth. Follow their advice and Instagrams for inspiration all year long.

@equippingstrength

Their tip: "Don't jump from one program to the next. If you really want to see results and progress in your training/nutrition program, then stick with it. Consistency is key. Enjoy the process and focus on getting stronger." --Anna Pillig, who owns Equipping Strength personal training and coaching company with husband Austin Pilling

@deepfriedfit

Her tip: "I'm a big scheduler. I plan out my workouts for the week. I aim for 3-5 balance of strength, cardio or recovery workouts each week. Knowing what my week looks like keeps me more accountable and less likely to cancel or find an excuse to 'go tomorrow.'" --Mai Lyn Ngo of Deep Fried Fit, a food and fitness blog based in Dallas

@pacelm

His tip: "Be your own motivation. The goal for your fitness journey should be to be stronger, healthier, and better than YOU were yesterday. It's just You vs. You." --Keir Simon, general manager and coach at CrossFit Pac Elm, a downtown Dallas gym

@gritbybrit

How we feel after dance cardio with @jachum01 💕☀️🙌🏾🎉👊🏾 so grateful for the GRIT #dreamteam H A P P Y S A T U R D A Y

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Her tip: "Instead of picking a fitness program that makes your body smaller, seek something that makes you feel larger than life." --Brittani Rettig, founder and owner of GRIT Fitness in Dallas

@werunbigd

Her tip: "If, at the end of the day, you lay your head down with a satisfied smile, your happiness is secured to conquer another day." --Meg Ramirez, We Run Big D co-leader

@socialmechanics

Keep moving forward. #forwardmotion #bebetter #smfit

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His tip: "Set small, realistic goals accompanied by a written plan of execution. Attaining your health and fitness goals isn't rocket science, but it also isn't instant. Consistency in working out/exercising coupled with discipline in your nutrition is what leads to long lasting physical change." --Sinque Bray, trainer at The Gym of Social Mechanics located on Lower Greenville in Dallas

@kczyn22

Her tip: "You are already stronger than you think you are. Mentally and physically, you are So capable. Take it one day at a time." --Kathryn Cotton, Zyn22 instructor in Fort Worth and former Disney On Ice skater

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