In today's video, we will be talking about workouts that help you get an hourglass figure. Can squats help? Are fire hydrants effective? What about planks? We're talking all that and more.
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Upper Body Strength
An hourglass figure cannot be achieved without a strong upper body. Let’s get started with wall presses and push-ups.
If you are suffering from chronic back pain, or you lack upper body strength, don’t fret. You can easily get started with wall pushups. When traditional floor push-ups let us down, these certainly do the trick. It lies in maintaining the right body pressure while leaning against the wall. These are known as “wall-press”.
If you are one of those people who lead a sedentary life, there are high chances you lack upper body strength. Incorporating push-ups into your daily routine might help you tone the muscles in your arm and shoulder area.
Let me give it to you straight. Planks are indeed challenging. But they are super helpful in achieving a slimmer waistline, perfect abs, and increasing endurance.
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)
Have you been escaping your workout sessions? High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an incredibly effective way to work out.
Tried a zillion diets? Scrolled through every workout video? Done with various gym routines? Maybe your calling is Yoga!
Yoga is a holistic approach aimed to calm your mind, cleanse your body and soothe the soul. With the right poses, you can get that enviable waist, while enjoying each session with a cool head.
Glutes, Thighs, and Hips
Never miss working on strengthening your lower part of the body. You can do squats, fire hydrants, and lunges to get an enviable figure. (correction here)
Want perfect hips? Squats can give you that. It is a common exercise people do, yet most are doing it incorrectly. Squats engage multiple muscle groups including the thighs, knees, and hips. Beginners should start with simple bodyweight squats first. With time, you can add weight in the form of dumbbells.
For more information, please watch the video until the very end.
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