It’s never too early to start on your summer bod.
Crunch-free ways to carve your core.
Brazilians are curvy in all the right places.
Squats are a staple in any well-rounded workout. They tone your tummy, butt, legs, and strengthen your entire core, but if you skimp on a squat, it will hurt you more than it will help you.
You work out regularly, you have a toned core, legs and lower arms, but somehow your upper arms still harbor that jiggle that claims you just aren’t in shape.
Not only do strong shoulders shout that you are on the top of your fitness game, shoulders in men indicate stability, strength and are often accompanied by toned pecs and rippling abs.
We hear all about the importance of our biceps. In fact, people often use the term “biceps” to refer to any muscle in the upper arm, when, in reality, our triceps are doing most of the work.
In our quest for that desirable hourglass shape we often only concentrate on our torso and lower half. We crunch, squat, and lunge in efforts to enhance those curves.
As women, we are all-too keen on achieving that “perfect” body, the body with long, lean legs and a flat stomach, the body that is oh-so elusive when it comes to deciding which exercise routines are worthwhile. In reality, though, exercise should be all about maintaining a healthy body that runs as efficiently as possible.