Plank row: for arms and core Take it to the next level: Rather than dropping your knees, remain in classic plank position.

I just did this for the first time and man am I going to be sore in the morning. It says it's a leg workout, but it definitely works your arms and core as well. I can't do burpees because of my ankle and knee injuries so I did a one minute wall sit. Here's to hoping that in six months I have my sexy legs back.

Top 10 NEW Exercises for Thinner Thighs. I need to do these while I watch a favorite show instead of just sitting!

For opening up your hips. | Sitting at work, sitting in the car, sitting on the couch. We sit a lot. And tight hips are the scourge of sitters. Learn these basic (but brilliant) poses from PopSugar to open your hips and stretch you out.

Teapots - Works out your obliques & helps get rid of your love handles. AGAIN, Bosu ball is optional. Stand with legs shoulder width apart, bend at your waist as far as you can without lifting your opposite leg off the grown or bending your supporting leg. Do 15-20 reps x 3-4 sets. I use 15-20lbs dumb bells.

Grab a pair of dumbbells and stand on right leg with left toe pointed out to the side, lightly touching the floor. Bend right arm, bringing dumbbell to just outside of shoulder, and extend left arm up, palm facing forward. Press right arm overhead and bend left elbow as left knee lifts up toward chest. You should feel your left obliques working to lift knee as high as possible. Return to start. Do 15 reps, and then repeat on opposite side.

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