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The Beach Body Boot Camp Workout: Month 2
Get rid of ab flab and thigh jiggle with these super-toning exercises that'll get you bikini ready.
The Hike and Row exercise works your shoulders, back, biceps, abs, butt and legs.
Beach Body Boot Camp. T is for Triceps. Make sure you really feel the resistance in the band when your arms are out wide, so experiment with how close you tighten up on the band. Remember to keep arms at shoulder level all the time. You're gonna do 12 reps and switch arms and repeat. Do 3 sets
Beach Body Boot Camp. Flying Sumo. The trick to this flying sumo is to take up enough slack in the band so it's challenging to pull your arms apart out to the sides when you stand up. Now, your feet are going to be more than shoulder width apart with your toes turned out. Sit down into the squat as
Beach Body Now: Sumo Squeeze. As you bend down into a squat, imagine you're sitting back into a chair. Go down as far as you can. Do 2 to 3 sets of 12 reps.
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The Torso Twist exercise works your back, arms, obliques, abs, butt and legs.
Beach Body Boot Camp. Proposal Curl. This move is simple. It's a reverse lunge with a biceps curl. Now, the thing to remember here is to keep your elbows as close to your ribs as you can while you curl. Do 10 reps and switch legs and repeat to complete one set. Do 3 sets total.
-Beach Body Now: Sweeper. As you swing your leg out to the side and in front of you, really squeeze your glutes and feel the burn. Try to remain in that bent, seated position keeping the weight on your stable leg, as you quickly return to the back lunge. Do 10 reps, switch sides, and repeat. Do 2
Beach Body Now: Bell Curve. Focus on the dumbbell the entire time so it doesn't fall off your ankles. Try to keep your head lifted and go slowly as you concentrate on engaging your core. Do 2 to 3 sets of 10 reps.