Women have 3 major trouble spots: the tummy, bottom, and arms. You cannot spot reduce fat because you will lose it all over, but you can spot enhance by targeting the areas to build lean muscle. Here are some tips for you to sculpt a perfect bikini body:
Nobody loves having a jiggling arm. The perfect exercises that target the same muscle group is a tri-sets barbell skull crushers followed by triceps bench presses, then bench dips. Apart from that, you can also add some form of biceps curl, chest press, and shoulder press workout.
Alessandra Ambrosio's trainer, Leandro Carvalho, might have invented the Brazillian Butt Lift which sculpts the rear by hitting the gluteus maximus, medius, and minimus. Such training plan can be purchased via online but if you would like to build a better backside on your own, you can try these alternatives (apart from squat) such as cycling, donkey kicks, and fire hydrant exercises.
Tired of doing sit-ups every day? Spice up your core workout with pilates because pilates focus on better posture, improved flexibility, and core strength. Moreover, you can always do plank if you have no time. Try to increase the time you can hold the position, and spice things up with lift a leg, raise an arm, or do some side planks.
Ate too much this summer? Looking to get rid of fats you accumulated in the past couple of months? Who doesn’t want to get rid of unwanted weight anyway? While most vacations don’t necessarily make for an ideal setting when looking to lose weight, putting your healthy habits on the back burner for a few days while out travelling is definitely doable. Read more
When you think of beauty, does your mind automatically jump to looks? If it does, you probably have a set of standards you’re working from about what beauty actually looks like. And do you meet those beauty standards? The reality is, we all have a preconceived definition of what we think beauty is…and it’s probably not healthy. Read more
Plantar fasciitis is a serious condition that can cause significant heel pain. It affects the plantar fascia, which is a think bundle of connective tissue linking the heel to the base of the toes. This bundle of tissue is actually made out of collagen, a rigid form of protein with limited elasticity. Read more