It’s easy to psych yourself out of a workout. You might think you don’t have enough time to get a complete session in, so it’s better to just skip it altogether. However, these six exercises from Maria Mejia of Style and Amor prove this theory wrong with six multitasking moves that get a lot done, in not a lot of time.
If you’re looking to strengthen your core in record time, there’s no move that’s more effective than a plank. Inspired by this, we had Fabletics Master Jessica Lucatorto put together an 11-move plank challenge that will seriously make you sweat. Whether you try one move per day or see how many you can get through in one session, your abs will thank you! Ready? Set? Plank!
Summer is here! Summer means swimsuits, and swimsuits mean that your booty is going to be on display for all the world (or at least the beach) to see. If you’re feeling less than ready, or simply want to give things a quick tone and tighten, give these 10 tried-and-true exercises a go. Your booty will thank you…
If you work a 9-to-5 and find yourself stuck in the office all day long, don’t worry! Sitting at a desk all day is no reason not to work out, really. This simple and innovative routine will work your abs from all angles, even when you can drop to crank out some crunches! For an even tougher workout do this circuit 2-3 times.
It’s almost beach season, which means you want to look and feel your very best. To tone up before you it the sand, try completing each of these circuits once a day, on alternate days. In-between circuit lifting days, do 30 to 60 minutes of cardio. You can also add in some extra cardio on circuit days for that extra burn!
Spring is almost here and that means warmer weather, which in turn means switching out sweaters for some cute arm-baring tanks. To get set for sunnier days, we put together 5 moves to target the arms. All moves are performed with a high rep count and low to medium weight, e.g. 20-40 reps or until fatigued. Ready, set, go!
Barre (pronounced “bär”) classes promise an added fitness challenge including a heavy focus on the legs, glutes, and core. Ballet-inspired workouts are a great way to develop lean muscle mass while improving your balance, flexibility, and range of motion, as well as a great way to build up core strength, sculpt the entire body, or just break up a training rut. Whatever the reason, prepare to work! Barre classes have a way of targeting muscles like never before. Ready to give it a try? Here are 3 moves you can do in the privacy of your own home, so go ahead and embrace your inner ballerina!