Many people believe that you are what you eat, but is this actually true. The real truth is you might be eating all the right foods but you’re still finding yourself far from a healthy figure. If you have been eating healthy but still find yourself with rolls or fat hanging over the sides of your jeans. Then this below is meant just for you.
Love Handles and Muffin Top Workout for Women
Complete the included Warm-up and Dynamic Stretches before beginning the workout in order to raise your heart rate, prepare your muscles and joints for the exercises to follow and prevent injury.
If you are a beginner, complete the recommended sets and repetitions, taking a 60 to 90-second break between workouts. Perform the workout 2 to 3 times per week.
If you’re more advanced, increase the sets to 4 to 6, keeping the repetitions the same. For an added challenge, superset your workouts. Perform 2 workouts one after another with no break until the second workout is complete. Take a normal break then begin the next superset.
Combine these love handles and muffin top workout with a clean diet and weekly cardio, and No time!
Burpees are miraculous exercise to burn extra calories and make you stronger. Position your feet about hip-width apart and squat to the floor, placing your hands on the floor in front of you. Now jump the feet out and come to a pushup position, on the hands and toes with the body in a straight line. Then, return to start position, by jumping the feet back.
Breath in and out as you do the jumping jacks and find the rhythm to your breathing and it’ll make your workout easier.
Note: Rotator cuff injuries have been reported from consistently doing jumping jacks over time. To avoid injury you may also perform “half-jacks”, these are done the same way, except you only bring your arms parallel to your shoulders and back down.
Stand with your feet approximately 24 to 36 inches apart. Position your feet wider than your hips with your toes and knees facing forward. Keep your head up and your spine lengthened so there is no curve in your back. Place your arms at your sides or bring your hands in front of your chest to assist with balance. Inhale, bend your knees and lower your hips behind you to a comfortable depth or until your thighs are parallel with the floor. Prevent your knees from moving forward beyond your toes.
Start with a plank position. Move your right knee to your chest and put it back. Repeat this with your left knee. 30-60 seconds repetition will be perfect.