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    I had no idea this was something I could fix. It has always drove me crazy! I am so excited :) Exercises to work out my biggest problem, the gluteus medius!

    The Best Exercises to Improve Your Posture


    How to Repair Sagging Skin – 10 Tips that Will Work on Drooping Areas

    \Wake up healthier with these tips!

    Flatten your belly, slim your thighs, and firm your butt in 2 weeks-- without a single sit-up or squat. These five ballet-inspired moves use one piece of equipment you're sure to have in your home--a wall to gently increase your flexibility and range of motion. The result: You'll isolate the tough to reach muscles that pull in your belly, lift your backside, and trim your thighs..

    The Best Double Chin Exercises. Now this is kinda funny. It probably works but I am giggling; picturing what it makes me look like as I try the exercises.


    Work out anywhere anytime without equipment with these Exercise Cards – a must-have fitness accessory!

    Do this for 2 weeks and watch your tummy flatten and thighs/butt get toned... all you need is a wall. I'm in!

    One Exercise to End "Lower Belly Pooch" every girl should read this!! This stretch will bring your hips back to where they should be, ease forward pressure on your lower back, and dial back the lower belly bulge. Also helps to stretch the tight hips to end lower back pain. DOING THIS!

    20 weeks Tips for transforming your body. Actually super helpful. Must Read!!..............this is a little more strenuous than I enjoy, but still good information.

    If you are overweight and need a workout routine, these are the 5 best exercises for obese and overweight beginners along with easy tips for getting started.

    10 Week Workout Plan-this is happening

    Drop 5 Pounds in a Week

    Great chart showing good posture. #chiropractic www.potomacpain-c...

    20 ways to work your abs without crunches

    Daily Strech for those who work office jobs - #BackPain, #Stretch

    6 Ways to Straighten Your Posture