Target Practice: Total Body Toning Workout
Tone your trouble zones with these no-equipment sculpting exercises which tighten and trim where you need it most.
-Target practice. Spiderman press-up: After you lower and do push-up, hold, and bring your knee in close to touch your elbow and return to push-up position. Do 8 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Sunburst slimmer: Make sure your hands are placed directly under your shoulders and keep your arms close to your sides throughout the entire move. Lift back up using your arm strength. Do 5 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Fallen triangle: This move helps tighten your waistline. With the weight shifted on your hand, use your abdominal muscles to hold your body still. Do 5 pulses to complete 1 rep. Do 3 reps. Switch sides and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Tightening tilt. In this move, focus on bouncing on the 1 leg the entire time. Keep arm straight at shoulder level and tilt from your torso. Do 8 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Swinger. Keep your hips still and squeeze your glutes and your abs. Do swing your leg out to the side. Hold for an extra count. Do 8 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Perky pendulum: With your legs lifted the entire time, this will really target your glutes. Concentrate on keeping that leg as high as you can lift it. Do 5 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Lookout lunge. It's important that you remember to keep most of your body weight on the front leg to target your thigh muscles. Do 8 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2 sets total. Honing hinge: Look for the burn on your legs and your glutes. Keep your back flat as you hinge forward. Do 2 sets of 10 reps.
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