Get your best post-baby body with total-body exercise ideas. These moves are designed to give extra attention to toning your abs.
Lunge and Slide
The Lunge and Slide exercise works your shoulders, abs, butt, and legs.
-We're gonna show you the bridge lift now and it's a little variation. It's actually a sequence that you can do that progresses. So, you're gonna start by bridging up with the hips. Keep your arms strong, your shoulders back; and in a perfect world, you'll stay here for 30 seconds. If you can start
-We're gonna take you through the Can-Can now. You're gonna strengthen your waist. I want you to move your legs fluidly and you're gonna kick over your shoulders so that we really get the deep core abdominals here, so we're gonna start by twisting the legs to the right, and then the left, and then
Get your best post-baby body with total-body exercises that give extra attention to toning your abs. Do these toning exercises twice a week and cardio workouts three times a week.
We're gonna do the flip grip pulses now. These are great for toning your triceps and strengthening the upper back. Pay close attention to how you use your hands and the position of the weights. We will start in Pilates stance again. So, heels together and toes apart, always holding on to the glute
-We're gonna show you the swivel planks now. These are great for strengthening the obliques, which really need support after a baby. So, you're gonna come on out on to the elbows in a supported plank and stay for a moment. Ideally, you wanna build up to hold this position for 30 seconds before your
-We're gonna show you the sparklers now, which is great for toning the upper body. We still wanna use your core and your gluts when you're doing this exercise, so pay attention to your form. Stand in Pilates stance; heels together, toes apart. Use the backside muscles. Angle your weights towards
-The last exercise in our program are the wall slides, and you're gonna find a nice sturdy wall that you're gonna side up and down against. With your 3-pound weights handy, reach your arms out in front of you. The palms can face down and slide down the wall until you're in a full sitting position.
-To strengthen the upper back, we're gonna borrow an exercise from Pilates known as The Bug. It's kind of like a bent-over fly. So, we're gonna stand with the feet hip-width apart and you're gonna take a deep knee bend and a hip bend all at the same time, and your back should be as flat as it can