Get A Banging Backside By Doing The Rear-End Crunch

If you harbour a desire to look just as good leaving room as you do entering it, this move is for you! This rear-end crunch targets and strengthens both your hamstrings and your butt! Using a small dumbbell. held between the ankles, this move boosts the effects of the double-leg kick practiced in Pilates. Just be sure to press your hips to the floor to alleviate pressure on your lower back. Are you ready?   Carefully hold a light dumbbell (3 to 5 pounds) between your feet or, for greater safety, use ankle weights. Lie facedown with your forehead resting on your hands, palms down, elbows pointing out to the sides, and legs extended.   Press your hips into the floor and bend your knees until your calves are perpendicular to your thighs. (Be sure to squeeze feet together so as not to drop the dumbbell.) Next, tighten your glutes and lift your knees off the floor as high as comfortably possible (not shown). Hold for 3 seconds, then return to start. Simple enough, right? Do you think you will add this move to your routine? For over 80 hours of on demand workouts that are far from "routine," check out SweatFlix℠. From beginner to seasoned vet, we've got you covered! With new content being added all the time, you'll always be able to find something to challenge and excite you! Source: Prevention

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