Get A Smaller Waist In A Week By Doing These Simple Exercises

Get A Smaller Waist In A Week By Doing This Exercise Program

In this video, Vicky Justiz who is a Florida bikini model with her own popular Youtube channel, she shows us four easy exercises that will help obtain and maintain a small waist. Justiz also explains that regular crunches and oblique exercises will make your waist look bigger because of the muscles on the side of your stomach.

Exercise with Justiz, she will show you how to do two modified plank strengthening exercises and two modified crunches exercises. By working out regularly, consuming a healthy diet and adding cardio into your daily workout will help you get the results you’re looking for.

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In and out plank

Begin in a forearm plank position with your body in a straight line and abdominals contracted.  Step your left foot out to the left. Step your right foot out to the right.  Step your left foot back to center. Step your right foot back to center. Repeat for desired number of reps then repeat leading with the right foot.

Spiderman Plank

Start in a traditional plank position with your forearms on the ground and your body perfectly straight. Bring your right knee forward towards your right elbow, then return to the plank position. Repeat by bringing your left knee toward your left elbow. Alternate sides for a total of 10 or 20 depending on your level.


Laying on your back preferably on a mat with your feet  out in front of you. Place your hands behind your head. Raise both feet off the floor and bend your legs slightly. From the starting position, crunch upwards while reaching up with your hands and touch your toes.

Bicycle Crunches

Lie flat on the floor with the lower back pressed into the ground. Place your hands slightly either side of your head, do not lock your fingers or pull the head up. Lift your knees to a 45 degree angle. Slowly go through a bicycle pedal motion with the legs. Alternately touching your elbows to the opposite knee twisting back and forth through the core, keep the elbows back rather than forward to the chest as this could strain the neck

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