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We tell you how to get a tiny waste and a bubble-butt!

 

If you want to build sexy curves, it’s crucial to not only target your waist but your hips and shoulders as well. This routine uses a variety of exercises that will tighten your core, define your upper body and give your butt a shapely boost!

 

BE CAREFUL!

Many traditional core exercises can actually bulk up the core muscles. They strengthen your side ab muscles, so your core will be straight on the sides like the ruler shape. Instead, you should do core exercises which focus on the lateral and oblique muscle groups, in order to tighten and trim the waist.

 

The best exercises for an hourglass figure:

Do this workout-routine three times a week. Do one set of 10 to 13 repetitions of each exercise, add some cardio, eat a clean and healthy diet, and you’ll be on the best way to get a sexy hourglass figure!

 

Standing Cable Wood Chop:

Starting position: Attach a standard handle on a high pulley. Stand with your side to the machine and step as far away as you need to extend your arms. (grab the handle with both hands)
–    Now pull the handle down to your front knee while rotating your upper body.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Oblique Crunch on Exercise Ball:

Starting position: Get an exercises ball and lie with your back flat on the ball. Put your hands behind your head. (TIP: You can also put your hands in front, this may you help you to hold your balance)
–    Now lift your left shoulder to the right and try to push your lower back on the ball to isolate the abdominals. Keep contracting the abdominals until you have reached the highest point. Exhale during this motion.
–    Repeat this motion now for the opposite side and just turn your elbows slightly to your obliques.
–    Keep your chin high, that way you are not straining your neck.
–    Repeat until you feel your obliques working.

Cross-Body Crunch:

Starting position: Lie on your back on the floor or on an exercise mat with your hands to the side of your head and your knees bent.
–    Raise your upper body by contracting your abdominals and bring your elbow to the opposing sides’ knee.
–    Return slowly to the starting position.
–    Repeat the motion with the other elbow.
–    Return slowly to the starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as mentioned on your workout routine.

Side Bridge:

Starting position: Lie on your side and lift your hip up while you are supporting your body with your foot and your forearm.
–    Hold this position as long as mentioned on your workout routine!

Squats:

Starting position: Stand with your feet placed at shoulder width, with your toes pointing out slightly. Stretch your arms out. Keep your head up and maintain a straight back throughout the exercise.
–    Lower your upper body by bending your knees and hips.
–    Continue until the angle between upper leg and calve becomes slightly less than 90 degrees.
–    Push off the floor by using your quads to get back to starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine.

Lunges:

Starting position: Stand up with your torso upright.
– Step forward with one leg until your shin and your thigh contain a 90 degree angle. (inhale during this motion)
–    Make sure that your knee does not move beyond your toes!
–    Use your heels to push yourself up to the starting position (Exhale during this motion)
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Side Lateral Raise:

Starting position: Stand upright, feet placed at shoulder-width, with two dumbbells in front of your body. Don’t forget to bend your knees slightly.
–    Lift the dumbbells with slightly bended elbows up to eye level.
–    Hold the position for some seconds and start lowering the dumbbells slowly and in a controlled way back to the starting position. (While doing this, breath out)
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

Push Ups:

Starting position: This is one of the easiest but most effective exercise for chest, shoulders and arms. No equipment needed - just your bodyweight!
–    Lie on the floor, face down and place your hands at a bit more than shoulder width.
–    Breathe in and lower your body slowly and controlledly till your torso is close to the floor.
–    Hold the lowest position for about one second, breath out and start stretching your arms until your body is back to the starting position.
–    Repeat this process as often as it is mentioned on your workout routine!

 

QUICK TIPS:

–   Improve your posture and walk with confidence!
–   Wear push-up bras, pencil skirts and sweetheart neck dresses.
–   Drink a lot of water (to improve digestion).
–   Eat six small meals a day (this avoids overeating and bloating).