March 22, 2015
3 MOVES TO SEXY ABS AND THIGHS
[embed]http://youtu.be/lg8dXUiBjWg[/embed] Hi BodyRockers! I put a fast paced and fun workout together for you to give a try! This workout is designed to tighten and tone up your thighs, glutes, abs and core while keeping your heart rate elevated for a great post metabolic burn which equals fat loss!! I haven't been able to make videos or train myself for the last 4 months as I had an onset of acute Calcific Tendonitis in my left shoulder in September. It was definitely an excruciatingly painful experience that unfortunately lasted a few months. So these things happen. Set backs can happen at any time and to anyone. There was a period when I couldn't do anything at all, and that was hard for someone who loves to exercise, but eventually I was able to slowly start easing into jogging and some lower body work and now am able to do more except my favorite stuff like pushups and side planks!! So anyway, if you have had set backs in your own personal fitness journey don't let it destroy you and how far you've come. Keep going. There is always a way to make it work despite an injury. Yes, you may need complete rest for awhile to heal but then start to Focus on what you CAN do and develop a routine around that. So give this workout a Try! Set your Gymboss for 6 rounds of 50 seconds of work and 10 seconds of rest. Repeat 2-3 sets for a 12 or 18 minute workout. Exercises: 1. Lateral shuffle + Single leg deadlift + kick - Incorporating lateral movement to bring heart rate up, work inner thighs, hamstrings, glute activation, and also work balance and flexibility. 2. Roll back + Jump up + deep reverse lunge + front kick - Going from up to down to up really gets the heart rate up burning a lot of calories. The deep lunge will target your glutes and upper hamstrings and the kick will activate your glutes more while also working your core and flexibility. 3. Russian oblique twist + V-sit - This again is a great way to work your abs while burning more calories hitting both your obliques and lower and upper abs and deeper core muscles.