The Fly Trap exercise works your back, abs, obliques, gluteus maximus, gluteus minimus, gluteus medius, and legs.
-This move I designed to blast those subtle backs. So, you'll need a chair. Step away from the chair, and lean forward at about 45-degree angle with our right-hand on the chair, soften your knees, point your left leg behind you, and bring your left arm overhead. Now, add a slight tuck under, so you can pull in the with the abdominals. Raise your left leg up by squeezing your butt cheek and not allowing your back to arch. Now, you wanna take 10 taps back with the elbow. So, reach back, tap the elbow to the outside of your cheek and reach forward. 10 total taps here and at the end, hold back here, and give me 20 little pulses of continuous tapping to the glute muscle. At the end, hold by counts; 2, 3, 4, and on the fifth one, you can release and go for the other side.
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