Love Handles and Stomach

Here You are 2 Amazing Exercises for your stomach and love handles !
basic crunch. This is considered better than sit ups because they do not strain your back as much. A crunch is performed simply by
Lie on your back and raise the upper part of your body a few inches off the ground, just enough to feel the strain in the stomach muscles.
The key to these movements is to be sure your stomach is doing the work and not your head, or arms.
Important tip: it is very important to keep everything straight and not lift your head more than the shoulders or your back.

Love Handles: Another movement which is also great and should be done in conjunction with the basic crunch is
Side Crunch, which works the oblique, or as some people call them “LOVE HANDLES”.
These Moves apply the same technique as the crunch, But the body is twisted slightly to one side when you raise a few inches the upper part of your body off the ground. Repeat the same thing with the opposite side.
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Butt Exercises Series "4"

Here you are another exercises, targeting your Butt and thighs area !
it is very simple and effective exercises.

take a look at our previous post from the "Butt Exercises Series" that targets your lower body, thighs and Butt .. you'll find them in the previous posts !

Stand with feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart, arms at sides, toes turned out.
Tuck tailbone under and contract glutes.
Lower body into a pli? squat as low as you can go without allowing knees to creep past toes.
Simultaneously raise arms to shoulder height in front of body, palms down. Hold for 2 seconds, then return to starting position.
After 20 reps, pulse at the bottom for 20 seconds.

Remember eating healthy food next to the exercising will give you the best results ...
good luck!

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