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  • Kayte Waldrop

    .."I tried this and was so sore the next day" 6 pack workout

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    8 Pilates Exercises for a Tighter Tummy #abs #workout #exercise #fitness #pilates

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    8 Pilates Exercises for a Tighter Tummy - Would love to even get close to a six pack.

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Some short morning workouts for when you forgot to set the timer on your coffee maker. All bodyweight exercises that don’t require much space, so you can even do them in a dorm room! Also, this is saved in a larger size so you can print it out if you’d like. Just click the photo for the full size. What a great workout site!

Printable Workout: Sculpt Session For Abs and Glutes from PopSugar

Great ab workout

7 minutes HIIT workout, do every exercise 30 seconds with 2 to 3 session and interval rest for 10 seconds

Perfection! i'm going to make a goal (sometime in the future) to get this BODY!

Add this 15 minute 300-rep abs workout to your routine to target your midsection and look great this summer.

Footwork on Ball- Lie faceup, arms by your sides, palms facing down. Bend your knees and place the balls of your feet on top of the ball, heels together and toes pointing slightly outward in a small V shape (a). Engage your core and contract your glutes to lift your hips an inch off the floor, then roll the ball away from you until your heels are on the ball (b). Pause, then bend your knees to roll the ball back to the starting position. That's one rep.