All right, now moving on to pink. Boy, did she have all the right moves at the grammys. Simply wowing the audience with her high-flying performance and ABC's Rachel smith put on her workout clothes... See More
All right, now moving on to pink. Boy, did she have all the right moves at the grammys. Simply wowing the audience with her high-flying performance and ABC's Rachel smith put on her workout clothes and talked to her choreographer to find out how pink got in such amazing shape to pull it off. ♪ Doesn't mean it's -- Pink not only got up and tried. ♪ Try try try ♪ Reporter: She defied graft at the grammys Sunday night. Her graceful aerial acrobats wowed the audience with every twist and turn. The crowd even participated all while belting out her hit song "Try." ♪ A place -- She does incredibly difficult, complex movement and then adds the layer of using it to express the idea of the song. Reporter: Andreas weber would know. She's the brains behind her act for the last ten years even performing with her at the 2010 grammys. Pink started doing aerials ten years ago. She was fit and certainly very active, but her fitness and strength hadn't been honed to the level that it is now. Reporter: She attributes that rock star fit physique to, yes, those daring moves. People's upper bodies change dramatically. Reporter: Paired with a rigorous fitness routine including running and yoga. When she's on the road she's extremely disciplined. Reporter: Andreas says you too can get in the swing of things with a few simple routines. Climb trees. No, I'm actually serious. Reporter: So it inspirited me to get my climb on using a similar technique in the red velvet class offered at crunch fitness. Can you help me chapel my inner pink? I can. Are you ready? Let's do it. Here we go. Reporter: We start with the basics. Yeah. Then we kick it up a notch. Reach that left arm all the way out. Yes. This is so hard. That's my peter pan. Yeah. Okay, so no peter pan and definitely no pink. But, hey, like the pop star says, you got to give it a try. ♪ Try try try ♪ ♪ you got to get up ♪ Reporter: For "Good morning America," Rachel smith, ABC news, Los Angeles.
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