Ariel Winter and Sarah Hyland shared photos of themselves in sheer black dresses at the 'Modern Family' wrap party.
Ariel works with trainer MackFit to stay toned all year long.
How is it even possible that Modern Family is coming to an end?! Actresses Ariel Winter and Sarah Hyland started their careers on the show—and they wrapped the series together, too, posting tons of photos of themselves twinning in sheer black dresses at the wrap party.
"I love these people with all my heart. 11 years together is proof you and your tv sister will start wearing the same outfit, siblings for life will be made, and you’ll forever fight over the same professor 😂 We’ll always be Dunphys and we’ll always have each other ❤️," Sarah captioned her photo.
Sarah's fiance Wells Adams (who she's dated since November 2017) commented, "You ladies both look 🔥!!!" And Justin Mikita, who is married to their Modern Family co-star Jessie Tyler Ferguson, commented, "You both look hawt. holy sh*t mama!!!!!"
I love these people with all my heart. 11 years together is proof you and your tv sister will start wearing the same outfit, siblings for life will be made, and you’ll forever fight over the same professor 😂 We’ll always be Dunphys and we’ll always have each other ❤️
A post shared by Sarah Hyland (@sarahhyland) on Feb 23, 2020 at 10:10am PST
Ariel looks amazing, and it's no surprise, because she puts in work at the gym. She sweats with trainer MackFit three times a week, focusing on circuit training that combines strength and cardio exercises. And lucky for us, he shared her entire workout, a 20-minute total-body workout that includes sliders, curtsy lunges, jump squats, plank up-downs, plank jacks, and knee tuck shoulder taps.
Outside the gym, Ariel tries to eat healthy without letting it take over her life.
“I don’t weigh myself," she noted. “I know eating a ton of cheese, bread, greasy food isn’t great for my heart or my insides so I’m working on that,” she explained.
She’s swapped ground beef burgers for turkey burgers and tries to do more meal prep. “I’m trying to make more foods that will last me throughout the week,” she said.
Whatever Ariel's doing, it's clearly working.
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