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    For the belly pooch due to underworked lower abdominal muscles. This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles—the transverse abdominis—that pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat the circuit so you're performing it a total of two times. Only need a 5 to10-pound medicine ball or dumbbell.

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Just did this one for the first time and was only able to make it one time through before the kiddo woke up. Even only one time through, I'm feeling like jello in my arms and abs and butt. Will definitely be working this into the routine.

The 15 minute belly blasting workout! Even women who are otherwise slender and fit can end up with a belly pooch due to underworked lower abdominal muscles. This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles—the transverse abdominis—that pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat the circuit so you're performing it a total of two times. Click on the pic for a link to the workout.