Kneeling Leg Circle|
descriptionThe Kneeling Leg Circle exercise works your abs, back, butt, shoulders, and thighs.
-From Flab to Fab. Alternate V Sit Roll: To complete 1 rep of this move, you go from V sit to your left side then back to V sit and on to your right side. Slowly roll down your spine on to your side and keep your arms and legs lifted. We'll do 2 sets of 10 repetitions.
-Chest Lift: Sitting at the edge of your chair, extend both hands behind you, letting your fingers rest on the back of the seat. With your palms down and your fingers pointing away, breathe in, lifting your chest. Exhale and release your hands from the back of the seat. Repeat the chest lift 5
Beat Stress, Weigh Less. High Heel: From chair pose, you're going to get on your tiptoes and stay in a squat position as you pose just an inch or two toward the floor 3 times. When you return the chair pose, that's one repetition. Aim for 10 reps total.
Beat Stress, Weigh Less. Running Dog: From downward dog, bring your knee in and press your heel back keeping a quick pace the whole time. You're gonna do 10 reps on each leg.
-Beat Stress, Weigh Less. Kickstand Tap: You're gonna start in chair pose and do 20 taps with each leg here. Stay in that low squat position the whole time and make those taps speedy.
-Beat Stress, Weigh Less. Scorpion Press: From downward dog, lift 1 leg up and bring the knee at your standing leg as close to the mat as you can, then straighten it again. Do 10 reps on 1 leg, then switch sides and repeat.
The Sumo Warrior exercise tones your abs, shoulders, butt, quads, and calves.
-From Flab to Fab. Butterfly: You'll stand with your feet wide for this move, then squat down and come up on to your toes. It's kind of like a jumping jack. If you wanna make it harder, go ahead and jump as you stand up. We'll do 2 sets of 16 reps.
-Downward Desk: Stand about an arm's length away from your desk with your knees slightly bent. Bend forward, letting your hands touch the edge of the desk, keeping your back straight, and your knees slightly bent. Adjust your feet further back if you need to. Allow the weight of your head and your