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Get rid of Muffin Top - STANDING TWISTS - Place your hands behind your head, elbows out wide and knees slightly bent. Isolate your core, making sure your hips don't move. Twist to one side then the other, alternating sides (above). Do 100 reps. Another pinned said: *did this one day, couldn't take a deep breath the next...need to get back to it
leg position of the bridesmaids when shooting these photos is important - get the to put weight on one foot turn knees in, etc to try and create narrower shapes at the knees
Knee Strength Workout....Use these seven exercises to strengthen your hips and bring relief to your knees.
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Lie on your left side on an exercise mat or carpeted surface.
Bend your knees and curl slightly at the hips. Clasp your
PROBLEM WITH A MUFFIN TOP???? 1. Trunk twist – Stand with your knees slightly bent and your feet apart following the width of your