BEST MOVES FOR A FLAT BELLY

Are you ready to get a serious ab burn on? We’re going to do a 10-minute routine that targets the pooch area, it’s that time of year to do some serious belly blasting!

I have a great tip for working the lower abs and not your back: grab a towel or t-shirt and place it under your back, right above your hips, before doing exercises on the floor. Then test this method by raising your legs and engaging your core – if you pull on the sides of the towel or shirt, it should stay right in place!

Here are the exercise moves you can expect in this week’s video:

  • LEG DROPS
  • BRIDGE KNEE PRESSES
  • V-SIT PULSES
  • LEG EXTENSIONS
  • REACH-UPS

Remember, if your back comes off the ground, you are not working your abs and could be injuring yourself!

Reaching goals and shedding extra weight requires 20% exercise and 80% nutrition. Diet is the most critical component of a healthy body, and quick-fix fads are not the solution! I am passionate about providing you with an education that will revolutionize how you think and feel about fitness: my Nutrition Plans have transformed people’s figures & lives! Personal coaching and meal planning will get you closer to your ideal self every day!

 

 

Want to know how to mix up your physical activity and optimize your fitness routine? 30 Day Get Fit is the ultimate guide for getting you moving in a positive direction with your workouts and food program! Fun exercise playlists will keep you motivated all month long, and nutritious recipes (like this “skinny” french toast) are going to help you stick to your diet plan. Make sure to print out the workout calendar so you can track your progress!

PRESS PLAY AND LET’S GET MOVING!

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