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-The Rolling Knee series works the arms, chest, abs, obliques , glutes, and calves, and the smooth flowing motions will soothe stress. Try to balance your weight between your hands and feet
as close to the foot as you can, and come back up, repeating the bend, twist, and row for 6 to 8 reps again as before. This move works your shoulders, your abs and obliques , and your glutes, outer thighs, quads, and hamstrings.
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.
your body. Hold for a few seconds then lower down. Repeat for 12 reps. Now switch sides, reversing your ankle cross and reaching up with your left hand. Repeat for 12 more reps. This move works your abs and tightens your obliques .
bending your knees 90 degrees. Keeping your legs together and your abs tight, lower your legs down to the right. Come back up to the center and then twist them to the left. You'll do 12 reps on each side. This move works your obliques .
Switch hand positions each time you switch legs, placing your right hand on your right ankle and you're left hand on your right knee. You should do between 5 and 10 reps for each side. The single leg stretch works your abs and your obliques
toes down. Reverse the twist to the other side and tap your other foot down. Do 20 twists and taps on each side. Keep your arms straight along your side to engage more of your back muscle. This move works your abs and your obliques .
Repeat this move 6 to 8 times and then switch sides. You'll do 2 sets of 6 to 8 reps on each side. The Bow works your obliques , which are the abdominal muscles that run down your side and your rectus abdominis, also known as your six-pack.
knee up to hip height. Squat down on your right leg and punch your left hand towards the outside of the right knee. Repeat the move for 8 to 12 counts. This move works your legs, thighs, and gluts; your obliques ; and your shoulders.
-The Dancing Half-Moon tones your shoulders, obliques , hips, glutes, and thighs. Be sure to keep your knees aligned above your ankles. Let your neck relax and press your shoulders