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@pitagriffin Work your Abs & Core! Do these 9 ab exercises for the prescribed number of reps or hold count: Bear or Side Plank Crunch - 10-15 reps on each side Toe Touch - 20 reps Russian Twist - 20 alternating reps Single Leg Crunch - 10 -15 reps on each leg Crisscross or Scissor Kicks - 20 reps Bicycle Crunch - 20 reps Hip Raise - 20 reps Jump Up or Donkey Kicks - 30 seconds Cross Leg Crunch - 10 - 15 reps each leg Rest and then repeat the entire sequence. #ebonyfitness #blackfitness #noexcuses #fitthick #buffyshot #darksinbombshells #cleaneating #blackwomendoworkout #fitinspiration #abworkouts #summerbod
Lie on the ball face down with the bulk of your weight resting on your hips. Place hands on the ground, directly under your shoulders and palms facing forward. Keep feet together. Your hip bones should be about 6-8 inches off center so that your body can pivot. Inhale, tighten your muscles, pivot forward smoothly into a push-up position while maintaining balance. Pause briefly, exhale, and push back into starting position. Do 15 reps. WORKS CHEST
Prone Lower Back Extension w/Rotation
Lie on the ball face down with one hand behind your head and the other flat on the ground. Rest on your stomach and hips, keeping your head, neck, and chest off the ball. Keep feet hip width apart. Inhale, tense up your abs and legs, and rotate your body, opening up your chest until your arms form a straight a line. Pause briefly, exhale, and return to starting position. Do 15 reps on each side. WORKS ABS, CORE, BACK, OBLIQUES
Supine Straight Leg Bridge
Lie on your back with arms extended at your sides, palms facing down. Place your feet just off the center of the ball and keep them together. Tense up your abs, inhale and thrust your hips up until your body forms a straight line. Pause momentarily, exhale, and slowly return to starting position. To make this exercise more challenging, don’t let your butt touch the ground. Do 15 reps. WORKS GLUTES
Inside A Nutritionalist’s Fridge, Kimberly Snyder
A nutritionalist buddy of mine recommended that you store your almonds this way too!!!!