Single-Leg Instability Pump|
descriptionTransform your core and your glutes with this move designed to work them both.
-The Rockette: Lie down on your back. Place your hands behind your head, elbows-wide. Pulling in your abs, lift your head, neck, and shoulders off the floor. Then lift your legs straight up. Now, twist your right shoulder over to your left leg as you lower your right leg. Come back to center. Then
This is a great exercise for working your deepest abdominal muscles. Repeat the exercise three times.
You'll need a 3-foot-long scarf and a chair. This warms up your core (ab muscles that run down your side) and tones your obliques. Do 8 to 10 reps on each side.
You'll need a step bench. This targets your glutes, hips, hamstrings, chest, arms, and core. Do 10 reps on each leg.
Crab Walks: Get into a full push-up position with your abs contracted. Walk your right hand and foot a few inches out to the right thigh, followed by your left hand and foot. Continue to do this 2 times to the right and then walk them back. Repeat this on the left side. Make sure you keep your head
Plank Twist to Dog Split: Get into a full plank position. Wrists under shoulders, abs engaged, legs extended behind you. Now, bring your right knee across your chest. Hold here for 2 counts. Then send the right leg back and up to the ceiling, raising your hips while lowering your shoulders toward
This move targets your obliques, six-pack, and deep abs. Do two sets of 6 to 8 reps per side.
-The Hover Rotation: Start by lying face up, leaning on your elbows with your legs extended and your knees slightly bent. Lift your hips toward the ceiling, forming a straight line from your head to your heels. Hold this position for 8 counts. Roll to your side, hips lifted, with your right elbow
-Hair Wash Torso Twist: Lie down on your back. Interlace your hands behind your head. Pull your left knee in and flex your right foot. Twist your body so your right elbow goes towards your bent knee. Now, twist right as you extend your left knee and bring your right knee in. Keep twisting back and
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