Legendary Cindy Crawford is sharing her secrets to the perfect body with simple yet effective workout sets. These celebrity approved exercises don’t require any special equipment, yet work miracles when it comes to losing weight and giving you the body of your dreams. Save this video to your favorites so that you can get back to it every day to work out. Remember it takes regular exercise to achieve your perfect body goals. It doesn’t take a lot of time at all, yet it’ll give you the most amazing results!
Squats target tons of areas on the lower body, including the glutes, hips, quads, and calves. Believe it or not, squats even work your abs, back, and shoulders.
Push-ups target your abs and chest. They build strength in the core, doing push-ups is a great way to prevent back pain and improve posture. And the tons of calories they burn are a cherry on top.
If you’re engaging the correct muscles, you’ll feel a slight burning in your abs and obliques. No pain, no gain.
If you struggle to get rid of that annoying belly pooch, this exercise will be your best friend. Reverse crunches not only target your lower abs, they also train the two main hip-flexing muscles that play a major role in supporting your core. Another benefit of this exercise is that it stabilizes your lower back and improves your posture and spinal alignment.
Warming up 0:40
“Knees-out” squats 4:01
“Invisible chair” squats 6:06
Squats: legs together 7:19
“Cobra” push-ups 8:40
Oblique crunches 11:58
Reverse crunches 13:30
-“Knees-out” squats target tons of areas on the lower body, including the glutes, hips, quads, and calves. Believe it or not, squats even work your abs, back, and shoulders
-Lunges are a perfect exercise you can do anywhere you want. They’ll give you beautifully toned legs and a perky tush.
-“Invisible chair” squats are a bit easier than the deeper “knees out” kind, but they work the same exact muscles.
-By keeping your legs together during squats, you’re increasing the involvement of your quads and glutes.
-Push-ups are actually a whole-body workout. They engage your arms, chest, back, and shoulders as well as your abs and even legs.
-If you start feeling the burn in your abs and back muscles during crunches, it’s a sign you’re doing them right.
-When done correctly, sit-ups are a perfect way to carve the abs. Just don’t swing your arms in order to propel your body off the ground, you gotta use your abs.
-If you’re engaging the correct muscles, you’ll feel a slight burning in your abs and obliques. When you feel like you can’t go on, just remember that this type of crunches literally melts muffin top.
-Reverse crunches not only target your lower abs, they also train the two main hip-flexing muscles that play a major role in supporting your core.
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