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Emma and Lea show off Pilates poses

Published 26/06/2015

Lea Michele and Emma Roberts
Lea Michele and Emma Roberts

Emma Roberts and Lea Michele have been keeping in shape on the set of their new TV show Scream Queens with regular Pilates lessons.

The pair can soon be seen in upcoming television series Scream Queens, the latest project from Glee creator Ryan Murphy.

And in between takes, Emma and Lea have been using their mutual interest in exercise to stay in shape.

Emma shared a picture of herself and Lea enjoying a session on Pilates reformer machines via her Instagram page on Thursday.

“Love this girl #pilates #ScreamQueens @msleamichele @vanessaroberts85,” Emma captioned the shot.

In the frame, both Emma, 24, and 28-year-old Lea are seen showing off their slim frames in crop tops and tight leggings as they display their best moves on the cumbersome machines.

Emma previously opened up about her love of Pilates. Admitting she’s “impatient” when it comes to seeing results from her workouts, Emma told Women’s Health magazine that she prefers reformer sessions to mat classes.

"A couple times [on the machines] and you already see results,” she told the publication. “You wake up in the morning feeling a lot better. Also, I carry stress in my neck and back, and Pilates loosens everything up and keeps me flexible."

Lea is also a fan of a more relaxed way of exercising. Rather than sweating it out in the gym, she can often be seen enjoying a hike in the Los Angeles hills.

“I do yoga every single day in my backyard and I go on a long hike every week,” Lea told America’s Elle magazine back in 2013. “I’m not a big gym person.”

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