Most women have those annoying trouble zones that take time and efforts to make them look beautiful. They all want to have flat belly, sculpted legs, lifted booty and toned arms. After a lot of exercise trial and error, we have finally found an effective workout that can help burn extra fat. We would like to show you ten exercises that will make your body look perfect wearing a swimsuit and a tight dress.
The main advantage of this workout is that it can be performed in the comfort of your own home. You don’t need to buy a gym membership to work out. You will need a yoga mat and a set of light dumbbells. This full-body training routine consists of effective moves such as, single-leg deadlifts, side planks, push-ups, second position plies, cardio intervals, triceps extensions, step-ups, bridges, plank with arm raise and shoulder stands. These exercises can help you burn extra fat, improve posture and strengthen your body.
In order to tone your body, you need to pick up five exercises and do three sets for ten repetitions of each exercise. You may rest for five seconds between each exercise. If you want to tighten up your belly or legs, you should choose exercises that focus on these areas. Just remember that this training routine should be challenging. Increase the weight or number of repetitions as you get stronger.
Are you ready to exercise? Scroll down to see how to perform these movements to prevent bone and joint injuries. It is time to start your transformation, ladies!
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#1. Single-leg deadlifts
#2. Side planks
#5. Triceps extensions
#8. Plank with arm raise
#9. Shoulder stands
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