Abs with a side of glutes. – Who doesn’t love a high & tight round booty with a side of tones abs…I SURE DO! –

If you can’t get to or don’t love the gym. This workout can be done just about anywhere. All you need is a stability ball. I am pretty shy when it comes to doing certain exercises in the gym. The area in my gym to do exercise ball work is right in front of the treadmills, I don’t like feeling like I am those runners entertainment.

So living room floor it is! –

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1.Roll In: Begin lying on back, arms by side and feet on top of stability ball. Squeeze glutes and abs and lift body up so you are in a straight line with only shoulders and head relaxed on mat. Pull heels toward glutes rolling ball in, then push the ball back out. Continue to pull ball in and out for desired number of reps. Slowly lower body back to the mat.

2.Jackknife Place your ankles on top of the exercise ball, legs extended, chest facing the floor and extend your arms to lift you from the floor. Keeping your weight on your extended arms, roll the ball in by bending your knees and hips and extend your legs back after a short pause. Breathe out while rolling the ball in and breathe in while returning to starting position.

3.Hip Thrust Bridge Start by sitting on an exercise ball and slowly walk your feet out and lay with your back on the ball. Keeping your shoulders and head on the exercise ball, cross arms behind your head.. Lift your hips up slowly in a smooth motion, holding for a few seconds then return back to the starting position.

4.Side Crunch Kneel and lean right hip against ball, right arm on top of it, left hand on hip, left leg out to side at hip level. Hold for 1 count, then touch left knee to ball. Extend leg back out for 1 rep.

5. Superman Lie on your belly, and hold an exercise ball between your feet. Engage your abs, and extend your arms straight out in front of you. As you inhale, squeeze the ball and lift your knees, arms, and chest off the floor. Hold for a count of 10, and then slowly release your body back to the floor.

6. Knee to Elbow Plank Come into a plank position on the ball with your elbows on the ball. Bring one knee up toward your outer elbow, then return to your plank. Alternating knees to elbows. – 20 reps or 30 seconds for each exercise. Repeat all 6 exercise for 3 to 5 rounds. –

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