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-TLC for Tight Hamstrings - You're gonna start in deep lunch with your fingertips on the floor. Again, you want the thigh parallel, knee over the ankle
exercise, we're gonna be focusing on toning your glutes, your hamstrings , and your inner thighs. Face forward, interlace the hands ..... open. Maintain lift through the heels, you can get your hamstrings and glutes. Close and open. Close and open. Close, open
Remember to keep your back flat and your abs tight each time you hinge forward. Shift your weight back into your heels and squeeze your butt as you pull back up to stand. This move works your hamstrings , your glutes, and your lower back.
ankle above your knee. Be sure to keep your hips and shoulders facing forward. Flex your foot and repeat for another 30 reps, pressing your leg behind you. This move targets your obliques, glutes, hamstrings , and your outer thighs.
the floor and be sure to keep your front knee over your ankle. The Rotation Lunge targets your glutes, thighs, abs, and hamstrings . For a bigger challenge, try lifting your front knee with you come forward and balance on one leg for 2 or 3 seconds.
circle on the ceiling 5 times in a clockwise direction then repeat it in a counterclockwise direction. Now switch legs and repeat the exercise. The single leg circle works your abs, hips, hamstrings , and your inner and outer thighs.
your left leg stays on the step and your right leg is tucking and extending. Leg step extensions target your gluts, hips, hamstrings , chest, arms, and core. If you want to make this exercise easier, keep your back leg on the ground instead of elevated
switch sides, lunging back with your left foot on the stair. Then hinge forward and raise your left foot. Repeat the lunge and hinge on this side for 12 reps. This move works your lower back and abs and your hamstrings and quads.
and repeat the sequence for 8 reps on this side. This total body move works your upper body, your chest, triceps, and your shoulders. It also works your core and your glutes, hamstrings , quads, hip flexors, and inner thighs.
ceiling. Hold for 1 count and then lower back down. You should repeat the lifts for 60 seconds, squeezing your gluts and hamstrings at the top of the range of motion. Be careful not to overarch your spine. To make this exercise more difficult extend 1