Stand a leg's length behind bench, facing away. Lift left leg behind you, resting foot against top of seat back; lower torso until body by lucinda
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lucinda Stand a leg's length behind bench, facing away. Lift left leg behind you, resting foot against top of seat back; lower torso until body
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Butt Lift  Squat Dip:    Targets: Butt, quads, and hamstrings    Stand two feet from front of chair, facing away, feet hip-width apart, hands on hips.   Lift left leg and place top of left foot on seat behind you.   Lower into a single-leg squat, keeping right knee behind right toes and dipping left knee toward the floor; straighten right leg to stand.   Do 15 reps; switch legs and repeat. by Maria del Socorro pinzon
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Maria del Socorro pinzon Butt Lift Squat Dip: Targets: Butt, quads, and hamstrings Stand two feet from front of chair, facing away, feet hip-width apart, hands on hips. Lift left leg and place top of left foot on seat behind you. Lower into a single-leg squat, keeping right knee behind right toes and dipping left knee toward the floor; straighten right leg to stand. Do 15 reps; switch legs and repeat.
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Stand an arm's length behind bench, gripping seat back with both hands. Wedge ball of right foot against bench leg and hook left ankle by lucinda
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lucinda Stand an arm's length behind bench, gripping seat back with both hands. Wedge ball of right foot against bench leg and hook left ankle
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Stand on right leg about 3 feet behind bench. Tilt torso forward, gripping back of bench with both hands, as you lift bent left leg so by lucinda
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lucinda Stand on right leg about 3 feet behind bench. Tilt torso forward, gripping back of bench with both hands, as you lift bent left leg so
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Single-Leg Plank: Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Cross your arms over your chest and raise the lower half of your right leg until it's in line with your left thigh (A). Press your left foot into the floor and contract your glutes as you lift your torso so it's in line with your thighs (B). Hold. Rest for 1 minute, then repeat, raising the opposite leg. by niedn
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niedn Single-Leg Plank: Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. Cross your arms over your chest and raise the lower half of your right leg until it's in line with your left thigh (A). Press your left foot into the floor and contract your glutes as you lift your torso so it's in line with your thighs (B). Hold. Rest for 1 minute, then repeat, raising the opposite leg.
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Rear Raising Lunge Sets: 3 Reps: 20 A. Begin in a split stance with right foot on top of a box or step. Lower into a lunge, bending back knee directly under hip as both arms extend overhead. B. Shift weight into right leg, and stand up onto step, extending left (back) leg straight behind hip as arms lower by sides (avoid leaning forward with torso as leg lifts). Hold for one count, and then lower to return to the starting position. Complete all reps on the first side; then switch legs and r… by candice
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candice Rear Raising Lunge Sets: 3 Reps: 20 A. Begin in a split stance with right foot on top of a box or step. Lower into a lunge, bending back knee directly under hip as both arms extend overhead. B. Shift weight into right leg, and stand up onto step, extending left (back) leg straight behind hip as arms lower by sides (avoid leaning forward with torso as leg lifts). Hold for one count, and then lower to return to the starting position. Complete all reps on the first side; then switch legs and r…
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Health & Fitness Exercise Equipment Total Upper Body Workout Bar (Chin-up / Pull-up / Push-up / Sit-up Dip Bar)Health & Fitness Exercise Equipment Total Upper Body Workout Bar (Chin-up / Pull-up / Push-up / Sit-up Dip Bar) Compatible Devices  Note: Do not overexert yourself. Start out slowly and work your way up to a more vigorous workout. Gradually increase the number of repetitions over time. Strengthen your back, biceps, and other upper body muscles in the comfort of your living room or dorm with the body workout bar. Designed to fit conveniently in most doorway frames or sit on the floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups, the workout bar is an ideal choice for people who want to get fit without buying expensive, space-intensive weight sets. When installed in the doorway, the device lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with three grip positions--narrow, neutral, and wide--for working the inner and outer back. Once you're done with your back workout, you can quickly move the bar to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the bar for foot stability. The body workout bar, whose durable steel frame installs quickly without tools or fasteners, holds up to 300 pounds and is designed to fit residential doorways 24 to 32 inches wide, with doorway trim or molding up to 3.5 inches wide. Qucik and easy assembly, with plastic bar, arched bar grips, long bar, steel bolts, locking nut, spring washer, safety wedge and hex open wrench. Attaches and removes from standard door frames(24 to 32 inches wide) in seconds! Caution: Before use, carefully read and understand all the following directions for proper installation. Also, make sure the door frame and moldings are secure and solid before installing the bar. A weak door frame and/or moldings can cause the unit to fail and dislodge from the door way. 1. Insert the included Safety Wedge behind the top door frame molding on the hinge side of the door opening until secure. The Safety Wedge is designed to help prevent the bar from unexpectedly falling off of the door frame. 2. Next, position the bottom edge of the Plastic Bar into the installed Safety Wedge the guide the bar down until it is securely resting on the top of the door frame/molding. 3. Then, make sure the bar's two Foam End Pieces on the opposite side of the door opening are in full contact with and resting against the two side door frame or moldings. by Top-product
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Top-product Health & Fitness Exercise Equipment Total Upper Body Workout Bar (Chin-up / Pull-up / Push-up / Sit-up Dip Bar)Health & Fitness Exercise Equipment Total Upper Body Workout Bar (Chin-up / Pull-up / Push-up / Sit-up Dip Bar) Compatible Devices Note: Do not overexert yourself. Start out slowly and work your way up to a more vigorous workout. Gradually increase the number of repetitions over time. Strengthen your back, biceps, and other upper body muscles in the comfort of your living room or dorm with the body workout bar. Designed to fit conveniently in most doorway frames or sit on the floor for pushups, dips, and sit-ups, the workout bar is an ideal choice for people who want to get fit without buying expensive, space-intensive weight sets. When installed in the doorway, the device lets you perform pull-ups and chin-ups, with three grip positions--narrow, neutral, and wide--for working the inner and outer back. Once you're done with your back workout, you can quickly move the bar to the floor, where you can perform pushups while facing down, tricep dips while facing the other way, or sit-ups using the bar for foot stability. The body workout bar, whose durable steel frame installs quickly without tools or fasteners, holds up to 300 pounds and is designed to fit residential doorways 24 to 32 inches wide, with doorway trim or molding up to 3.5 inches wide. Qucik and easy assembly, with plastic bar, arched bar grips, long bar, steel bolts, locking nut, spring washer, safety wedge and hex open wrench. Attaches and removes from standard door frames(24 to 32 inches wide) in seconds! Caution: Before use, carefully read and understand all the following directions for proper installation. Also, make sure the door frame and moldings are secure and solid before installing the bar. A weak door frame and/or moldings can cause the unit to fail and dislodge from the door way. 1. Insert the included Safety Wedge behind the top door frame molding on the hinge side of the door opening until secure. The Safety Wedge is designed to help prevent the bar from unexpectedly falling off of the door frame. 2. Next, position the bottom edge of the Plastic Bar into the installed Safety Wedge the guide the bar down until it is securely resting on the top of the door frame/molding. 3. Then, make sure the bar's two Foam End Pieces on the opposite side of the door opening are in full contact with and resting against the two side door frame or moldings.
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Sexy Arms in 6 WeeksIf you’re just starting out, aim for two sets of 8 to 12 reps of the heaviest weight you can handle for each exercise. Looking for more of a challenge? Shoot for two sets of 15 to 25 reps per exercise. Bent-Over Row Step IPrimary muscles worked: lats, back extensors, rhomboids, rear shoulders, biceps, core. Stand with a slight bend at the knees, holding the weights at your sides. Lean over, extending your chest while reaching your hips back. Allow your arms to hang straight down toward the floor with your palms facing your thighs. Bent-Over Row Step II  Looking forward at the ground (not up), pull your elbows up and rotate your hands until your palms are nearly touching your upper rib cage and your elbows point toward the ceiling. Lower the weights to the starting position with control. Repeat.tip: Keep your belly button pulled in toward your spine to engage your core and protect your lower back. Upright Row Step IPrimary muscles worked: shoulders, upper back, biceps.Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart with the weights hanging down in front of your body, their ends touching.Upright Row Step IIRaise your upper arms, leading with your elbows while bringing the weights up the front of your body as if you were tracing an imaginary midpoint, stopping when your elbows become level with your shoulders. Lower the weights back to the starting position.tip: Keep your chin up and your belly button tucked in. Chest Press on Ball Step IPrimary muscles worked: chest, front of shoulders, triceps. Sit on a ball and walk out so that your head and shoulder blades are resting on the ball. Lift your hips by contracting your glute muscles to make a bridge. (Your feet should be shoulder-width apart and below your knees to give you stable support.)Chest Press on Ball Step II Bring the dumbbells to your shoulders. Then extend your arms over your chest and bring the dumbbells together to make a triangle over your chest. Lower the weights back to the starting position and repeat. tip: You will need to engage your core throughout the exercise to avoid falling off the ball.Overhead Press on Ball Step IPrimary muscles worked: shoulders, upper back, triceps. Sit on an exercise ball with your belly button pulled toward the spine. Hold the weights in front of your shoulders, your palms facing in.Overhead Press on Ball Step IIPush the weights up until your arms are extended. When your arms are extended, they should be slightly in front of you rather than directly overhead. Lower the weights to the starting position and repeat.tip: Keep your chin lifted slightly and your core stable.from this website by osa
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osa Sexy Arms in 6 WeeksIf you’re just starting out, aim for two sets of 8 to 12 reps of the heaviest weight you can handle for each exercise. Looking for more of a challenge? Shoot for two sets of 15 to 25 reps per exercise. Bent-Over Row Step IPrimary muscles worked: lats, back extensors, rhomboids, rear shoulders, biceps, core. Stand with a slight bend at the knees, holding the weights at your sides. Lean over, extending your chest while reaching your hips back. Allow your arms to hang straight down toward the floor with your palms facing your thighs. Bent-Over Row Step II  Looking forward at the ground (not up), pull your elbows up and rotate your hands until your palms are nearly touching your upper rib cage and your elbows point toward the ceiling. Lower the weights to the starting position with control. Repeat.tip: Keep your belly button pulled in toward your spine to engage your core and protect your lower back. Upright Row Step IPrimary muscles worked: shoulders, upper back, biceps.Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart with the weights hanging down in front of your body, their ends touching.Upright Row Step IIRaise your upper arms, leading with your elbows while bringing the weights up the front of your body as if you were tracing an imaginary midpoint, stopping when your elbows become level with your shoulders. Lower the weights back to the starting position.tip: Keep your chin up and your belly button tucked in. Chest Press on Ball Step IPrimary muscles worked: chest, front of shoulders, triceps. Sit on a ball and walk out so that your head and shoulder blades are resting on the ball. Lift your hips by contracting your glute muscles to make a bridge. (Your feet should be shoulder-width apart and below your knees to give you stable support.)Chest Press on Ball Step II Bring the dumbbells to your shoulders. Then extend your arms over your chest and bring the dumbbells together to make a triangle over your chest. Lower the weights back to the starting position and repeat. tip: You will need to engage your core throughout the exercise to avoid falling off the ball.Overhead Press on Ball Step IPrimary muscles worked: shoulders, upper back, triceps. Sit on an exercise ball with your belly button pulled toward the spine. Hold the weights in front of your shoulders, your palms facing in.Overhead Press on Ball Step IIPush the weights up until your arms are extended. When your arms are extended, they should be slightly in front of you rather than directly overhead. Lower the weights to the starting position and repeat.tip: Keep your chin lifted slightly and your core stable.from this website
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Butt exercise: Targets gluteus maximus and hamstrings.  Lie facedown on floor with head on folded arms, squeezing a 1-pound dumbbell or rolled-up towel behind bent left knee, foot flexed. Tuck pelvis to flatten out low back.  Lift bent left leg a few inches off floor; lower. Do 20 reps.  Switch sides, repeat by Aeerdna
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Aeerdna Butt exercise: Targets gluteus maximus and hamstrings. Lie facedown on floor with head on folded arms, squeezing a 1-pound dumbbell or rolled-up towel behind bent left knee, foot flexed. Tuck pelvis to flatten out low back. Lift bent left leg a few inches off floor; lower. Do 20 reps. Switch sides, repeat
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Butt exercise: Targets gluteus maximus and hamstrings.  Lie facedown on floor with head on folded arms, squeezing a 1-pound dumbbell or rolled-up towel behind bent left knee, foot flexed. Tuck pelvis to flatten out low back.  Lift bent left leg a few inches off floor; lower. Do 20 reps.  Switch sides, repeat by LiveLoveLaughMyLife
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LiveLoveLaughMyLife Butt exercise: Targets gluteus maximus and hamstrings. Lie facedown on floor with head on folded arms, squeezing a 1-pound dumbbell or rolled-up towel behind bent left knee, foot flexed. Tuck pelvis to flatten out low back. Lift bent left leg a few inches off floor; lower. Do 20 reps. Switch sides, repeat
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Try this variation of the reverse plank to target your shoulders, legs, and abs.  Begin sitting on your tush with your legs straight. Bring your palms a few inches behind you, fingertips facing the toes. Press into your feet and lift your bum off the ground. Try to keep your body in one diagonal line. You can also do this exercise on your elbows if it bothers your wrists. Alternate between lifting your right leg up and then your left. Move with by Alegardia
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Alegardia Try this variation of the reverse plank to target your shoulders, legs, and abs. Begin sitting on your tush with your legs straight. Bring your palms a few inches behind you, fingertips facing the toes. Press into your feet and lift your bum off the ground. Try to keep your body in one diagonal line. You can also do this exercise on your elbows if it bothers your wrists. Alternate between lifting your right leg up and then your left. Move with
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Targets obliques Lie on your back with your arms extended out to the sides at shoulder height. Raise your legs until they're perpendicular to the floor (A). Lower your legs to the left side of your body so you meet the floor a few inches away from your left hand (B), then bring them back to center. Repeat, lowering your legs to the opposite side. That's one rep. Do 12. by candice
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candice Targets obliques Lie on your back with your arms extended out to the sides at shoulder height. Raise your legs until they're perpendicular to the floor (A). Lower your legs to the left side of your body so you meet the floor a few inches away from your left hand (B), then bring them back to center. Repeat, lowering your legs to the opposite side. That's one rep. Do 12.
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Stand about 4 feet behind bench; lean forward and brace yourself with right hand on top of bench, left hand on small of back (as shown). by lucinda
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lucinda Stand about 4 feet behind bench; lean forward and brace yourself with right hand on top of bench, left hand on small of back (as shown).
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Tracy Anderson Bowling Throw... I've been doing this one & feel it!! Stand with feet staggered, left foot in front of right, a weight in each hand. Rest left hand on front of left thigh; extend right arm behind you, palm down. Curl right arm forward as if throwing a bowling ball (as shown). Lower arm. Do 20 reps. Switch sides; repeat. WORKS SHOULDERS, BICEPS by candice
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candice Tracy Anderson Bowling Throw... I've been doing this one & feel it!! Stand with feet staggered, left foot in front of right, a weight in each hand. Rest left hand on front of left thigh; extend right arm behind you, palm down. Curl right arm forward as if throwing a bowling ball (as shown). Lower arm. Do 20 reps. Switch sides; repeat. WORKS SHOULDERS, BICEPS
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Planks are effective on their own, but add a stability ball in the mix and you'll really feel the burn in this core and butt-toning move.   Lie on an exercise ball under your belly and walk your hands out until the ball is under your shins. Your hands should be directly under your shoulders.  Draw your navel toward your spine to engage your abs and stabilize your torso. Lift your left leg up, squeezing your glute, then slowly lower your leg back onto the ball. Switch sides and lift the right ... by chasity
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chasity Planks are effective on their own, but add a stability ball in the mix and you'll really feel the burn in this core and butt-toning move. Lie on an exercise ball under your belly and walk your hands out until the ball is under your shins. Your hands should be directly under your shoulders. Draw your navel toward your spine to engage your abs and stabilize your torso. Lift your left leg up, squeezing your glute, then slowly lower your leg back onto the ball. Switch sides and lift the right ...
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hair detail - side profile + back and shoulders have hand resting on opposite side of the way the head is turned for balance. PHOTOG: stand directly behind at head level or slightly higher. BRIDE: turn head to the right (keeps the focus on the hair rather than the face).  Shoulders down and relaxed.  Left hand up and resting gently against something (wall, groom's shoulder?). by FutureEdge
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FutureEdge hair detail - side profile + back and shoulders have hand resting on opposite side of the way the head is turned for balance. PHOTOG: stand directly behind at head level or slightly higher. BRIDE: turn head to the right (keeps the focus on the hair rather than the face). Shoulders down and relaxed. Left hand up and resting gently against something (wall, groom's shoulder?).
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Start in plank, then lift hips, coming into Downward Dog, as you raise left leg to ceiling and bend left knee behind you, foot flexed (as by nadia
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nadia Start in plank, then lift hips, coming into Downward Dog, as you raise left leg to ceiling and bend left knee behind you, foot flexed (as
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Lower Body: Step-Up Backward Lunge    Step forward into a lunge on the left leg, then step forward (or up onto a stair) with the right. Pull the left knee up and hold for a few seconds. Lower the left foot (off the step), then step back with the right leg into a deep lunge. Alternate (10 reps per leg) for a total of about 1 minute. by candice
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candice Lower Body: Step-Up Backward Lunge Step forward into a lunge on the left leg, then step forward (or up onto a stair) with the right. Pull the left knee up and hold for a few seconds. Lower the left foot (off the step), then step back with the right leg into a deep lunge. Alternate (10 reps per leg) for a total of about 1 minute.
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kick the "pouch" 1.Sit on floor with lower back against a wall, knees slightly bent and feet planted wider than shoulder-width apart. Place hands on floor between legs and squeeze abs 2. Press into floor with fingertips and lift feet about 6 inches. 3. Do 3 sets of 20 reps ***Make it easier: Lift and lower left foot; then repeat with right to complete 1 rep. (Fitness Mag.) by candice
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candice kick the "pouch" 1.Sit on floor with lower back against a wall, knees slightly bent and feet planted wider than shoulder-width apart. Place hands on floor between legs and squeeze abs 2. Press into floor with fingertips and lift feet about 6 inches. 3. Do 3 sets of 20 reps ***Make it easier: Lift and lower left foot; then repeat with right to complete 1 rep. (Fitness Mag.)
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Arms: Table top press Sit with knees bent, feet on mat, hands by hips (fingers forward). Lift hips so body forms tabletop with shoulders over hands, thighs and torso parallel to floor. Lift left foot; cross left ankle over right knee. Bend elbows, lowering butt nearly to mat; press back up, straightening elbows and engaging triceps. Do 10 reps; switch legs and repeat. by candice
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candice Arms: Table top press Sit with knees bent, feet on mat, hands by hips (fingers forward). Lift hips so body forms tabletop with shoulders over hands, thighs and torso parallel to floor. Lift left foot; cross left ankle over right knee. Bend elbows, lowering butt nearly to mat; press back up, straightening elbows and engaging triceps. Do 10 reps; switch legs and repeat.
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The seated leg lift, with or without weight is a great lower ab exercise that you can do at work or at home.  You want to keep a slit bend in the knees and lift until you feel it engage your lower abs.  This is just one of the simple exercises that you can do without the aid of a guy. by MSmiles
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MSmiles The seated leg lift, with or without weight is a great lower ab exercise that you can do at work or at home. You want to keep a slit bend in the knees and lift until you feel it engage your lower abs. This is just one of the simple exercises that you can do without the aid of a guy.
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8.These are isometric exercises. That means u contract your muscles without actually moving.        Push forward (Flex): Stand facing a wall or doorjamb, about 6 in. (15.2 cm) or less back. Hold your affected arm against your body. Make a closed fist with your thumb on top and gently push your hand forward into the wall with about 25% to 50% of your strength. Don't let your body move backward as you push. Hold for 5 seconds. Repeat 8 to 12 by candice
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candice 8.These are isometric exercises. That means u contract your muscles without actually moving. Push forward (Flex): Stand facing a wall or doorjamb, about 6 in. (15.2 cm) or less back. Hold your affected arm against your body. Make a closed fist with your thumb on top and gently push your hand forward into the wall with about 25% to 50% of your strength. Don't let your body move backward as you push. Hold for 5 seconds. Repeat 8 to 12
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Pinner Says: my personal workout plan, burns around 350 calories, depending on speed. :) tummy tucks: get into plank position, then tuck one knee into chest. return to plank. heel pulses: lay on right side, right leg extended. place left foot in front of you and grab ankle. lift right leg and flex foot, then pulse up and down. switch. wide leg plank: normal plank, but with legs about shoulder width apart. single leg raises: lay on one side. lift top leg as far as possible, then lower slow... by Parul Gupta
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Parul Gupta Pinner Says: my personal workout plan, burns around 350 calories, depending on speed. :) tummy tucks: get into plank position, then tuck one knee into chest. return to plank. heel pulses: lay on right side, right leg extended. place left foot in front of you and grab ankle. lift right leg and flex foot, then pulse up and down. switch. wide leg plank: normal plank, but with legs about shoulder width apart. single leg raises: lay on one side. lift top leg as far as possible, then lower slow...
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Build a better butt with this set.    Step to the right and lower into a side lunge, left leg straight, and lean forward, extending your arms behind you.     Press through your right heel to stand, raise your right knee, and curl your arms toward your chest.     Then step your right leg behind you into a lunge, extending your arms behind you.     Do eight to 10, then switch sides and repeat. by candice
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candice Build a better butt with this set. Step to the right and lower into a side lunge, left leg straight, and lean forward, extending your arms behind you. Press through your right heel to stand, raise your right knee, and curl your arms toward your chest. Then step your right leg behind you into a lunge, extending your arms behind you. Do eight to 10, then switch sides and repeat.
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6 Easy Lower Abdominal Exercises!  Move 6: Torso Twist  (A) Sit cross-legged and stretch your arms out in front of you, with your fingertips touching. Breathe in. (B) With your hips square and abs tight, breathe out as you slowly rotate your upper body about 45 degrees to the right. Return to the center and repeat on your left side. Complete 10 reps. by Anlij
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Anlij 6 Easy Lower Abdominal Exercises! Move 6: Torso Twist (A) Sit cross-legged and stretch your arms out in front of you, with your fingertips touching. Breathe in. (B) With your hips square and abs tight, breathe out as you slowly rotate your upper body about 45 degrees to the right. Return to the center and repeat on your left side. Complete 10 reps.
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Abs with Extended Leg Beats

Lie faceup on floor, legs extended straight out on floor and arms at sides. Lift legs about 45 degrees off floor, pointing toes. Lift shoulder blades and hold on to backs of thighs with both hands. Keep your spine rounded with your lower back resting on floor as you alternate crossing your ankles over one another. Do 10 slow crosses. Then do 20 quick crosses. by brandi
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brandi Abs with Extended Leg Beats Lie faceup on floor, legs extended straight out on floor and arms at sides. Lift legs about 45 degrees off floor, pointing toes. Lift shoulder blades and hold on to backs of thighs with both hands. Keep your spine rounded with your lower back resting on floor as you alternate crossing your ankles over one another. Do 10 slow crosses. Then do 20 quick crosses.
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#inspira #fitness #connection  Bent Over Row  Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Lean over, with knees slightly bent and grasp the weighted bar, hands shoulder width apart. Position your body parallel to the floor-core contracted. Exhale as you pull the weight up toward your abdomen, lightly touching your body. Pause, inhale, and lower the bar slowly and under control back to a straight arm position. Repeat the exercise until you have completed the prescribed number of repetitions. by candice
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candice #inspira #fitness #connection Bent Over Row Stand with your feet shoulder width apart. Lean over, with knees slightly bent and grasp the weighted bar, hands shoulder width apart. Position your body parallel to the floor-core contracted. Exhale as you pull the weight up toward your abdomen, lightly touching your body. Pause, inhale, and lower the bar slowly and under control back to a straight arm position. Repeat the exercise until you have completed the prescribed number of repetitions.
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Moves That Target Cellulite: Swiss Ball Hip Lift And Hamstring Curl - Lie on your back with legs extended and heels on top of a Swiss ball or weighted stability ball. Lift hips up so that feet, hips, and chest are in a straight line. Bend your knees to pull the ball toward you. Straighten your legs to push the ball away. Lower your butt down. That’s one rep. Do 15 reps. by Janer65
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Janer65 Moves That Target Cellulite: Swiss Ball Hip Lift And Hamstring Curl - Lie on your back with legs extended and heels on top of a Swiss ball or weighted stability ball. Lift hips up so that feet, hips, and chest are in a straight line. Bend your knees to pull the ball toward you. Straighten your legs to push the ball away. Lower your butt down. That’s one rep. Do 15 reps.
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Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding two D-handles attached to a low-pulley cable with your palms facing you. • Keeping your posture upright and core engaged, pull cable up until handles reach chin height. • Slowly lower cable without letting weight stack touch. Perform two sets of 12–15 reps by lelia
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lelia Stand with feet hip-width apart, holding two D-handles attached to a low-pulley cable with your palms facing you. • Keeping your posture upright and core engaged, pull cable up until handles reach chin height. • Slowly lower cable without letting weight stack touch. Perform two sets of 12–15 reps
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This move is the ultimate booty burner, and it gets the triceps nicely too. Begin seated with your hands behind you with your fingers pointed away from you. Press the heels of your feet and hands into the ground as you raise your pelvis off the floor until it is in line with your shoulders and knees. Lower your pelvis back to the ground to complete one rep. Do 15 reps. Source: POPSUGAR Studios by rachelle
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rachelle This move is the ultimate booty burner, and it gets the triceps nicely too. Begin seated with your hands behind you with your fingers pointed away from you. Press the heels of your feet and hands into the ground as you raise your pelvis off the floor until it is in line with your shoulders and knees. Lower your pelvis back to the ground to complete one rep. Do 15 reps. Source: POPSUGAR Studios
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Wall Slide -Stand about a foot to a foot and a half away from wall with feet hips width apart. Engage abs and tilt spine so there is no space between the back and the wall. Push arms into the wall with elbows bent below shoulders. Slowly slide hands up above head. Keep shoulders against the wall, abs engaged, and ribs pressed in towards the belly button. Try to reach hands all the way above head without allowing your back or any part of your arms to lift from the wall. by candice
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candice Wall Slide -Stand about a foot to a foot and a half away from wall with feet hips width apart. Engage abs and tilt spine so there is no space between the back and the wall. Push arms into the wall with elbows bent below shoulders. Slowly slide hands up above head. Keep shoulders against the wall, abs engaged, and ribs pressed in towards the belly button. Try to reach hands all the way above head without allowing your back or any part of your arms to lift from the wall.
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