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Perform the exercises in each set, back-to-back with little to no rest between to keep your heart rate up and burn more calories. For the best results repeat each exercise 30 times and repeat the series of sets 3 times! Set 1: Butt – While walking, lunge forward with left leg, and bend both knees to fit a 90 degree angle. Shift weight onto left leg, straightening it; and extend your right leg back and pulse it upwards. Step together. Bring right leg forward into a lunge; repeat on that side, this time lifting your left leg before moving forward to the starting position. Do 30 reps per leg, alternating sides. Gut – Lie down on your back with your hands above your head and your legs extended. In one motion, lift your hands toward your legs and lift your legs toward your chest. Keep your back straight as you lower your back and legs toward the ground, stopping just short of putting your shoulders and feet on the ground. Set 2: Butt – With feet flat, squat down and grasp your weight with feet shoulder width part. With knees slightly bent and booty pushed back, raise your chest and lift the bar up, keeping it close to your body until you’re standing straight with shoulders back. Return the weight back to the floor. Gut – Lie down on your back. Flex your feet and lift your legs straight up at a 90-degree angle. Pulse your heels up to the ceiling lifting your lower back and butt, 2 to 3 inches off the floor. Release the contraction and lower your booty back to the ground. Repeat pulsing your heels to heaven 30 times to complete 1 set. Set 3: Butt – Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder width apart with toes turned out, holding lighter dumbbells vertically in front of thighs. Keeping abs tight and torso tall, bend knees 90 degrees; keep knees. Aligned between second and third toes and weight in heels. Push up back to the starting position and squeeze your buns tight. Gut – Start in a crouched position with your elbows stacked directly under your shoulder blades. Extend your feet back so you’re in the ‘up’ position of a pushup balancing on the balls of your feet. Hold for 5 seconds. In one count, lift and lower your right foot, for one count, then lift and lower your left foot. Continue by alternating ‘marches’ for 1 full minute to complete this set.
Dang, I need to work on my hourglass. Right now I'm more like a cylinder. Or a beached watercraft. Or something else that is certainly not an hourglass.
wish there were pics lol i hate reading what ta do with my body x)
@galinda @Fembott I agree with both of you!! I am such a visual learner and gut is such an icky word hahaha
I like these too! Thanks yall!
The 'language' fits with the 50's pin-up pic! &the exercises are simple and a little retro i may actually USE this routine...Esp if i can get a pin-up girl hour glass figure out of it!
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