Tone & Tighten With Our Dip Station

These 6 fat blasting exercises will help strengthen and sculpt your entire body! Repeat this circuit 3 times.

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Ready? Lets get started..   Knee Raises x 20 DSC_6221 DSC_6222 Place your forearms along the padded handles and use them to support your body weight as you lift your feet off the ground. Your core should be engaged during the entire exercise. Keep your back straight as you bend your knees and flex your hips, bringing your knees up to hip level.   Push-ups x20 DSC_6225 DSC_6224 Place your hands on dip station. Think of your body as one giant straight line – from the top of your head down through your heels. Your butt shouldn’t be sticking way up in the air or sagging while completing push-ups. Curtsey Squat with Lateral Leg Kick x20 (each leg) DSC_6228 DSC_6229 Stand with feet shoulder width apart holding onto the dip station in front of you. Cross right leg behind your body and bend both legs so that inner thighs touch. Raise or kick leg out to the side as high and you can without shifting your hips.   Body Weight Rows x 20 DSC_6230 DSC_6231 Clench your butt , keep your abs tight and body straight throughout the exercise.  Focus your mind on pulling up with your arms. Jump Squats x20 DSC_6238DSC_6240 Jump squats will increase the strength and flexibility in your quads. Squat Down.  Keep your hips back, back straight and your head facing forward. Jump up in the air. Land in the same position you started in. Swing your arms back and immediately repeat the next rep.   Leg Raises x 20 DSC_6245 DSC_6246 You may want to lay on a yoga mat for this exercise. Lay flat on your back with your legs stretched out in front of you. Keep your hands flat down on the ground. Raise your legs to the top of the dip station, keeping your core engaged and back flat on the ground. Slowly lower your legs to about an inch off the floor. Don’t just let gravity work for your – make sure you’re in control.  

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