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Jul 6, 2013 9:05am
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3 Moves to Melt Away Your Muffin Top

The snow has finally melted, but are you ready to embrace your favorite short shorts? If a newfound muffin top is making you wary of ditching your cozy Winter layers, rest assured, there are plenty of ways to whittle away those extra pounds without hitting the gym seven days a week.

"Muffin tops are a problem spot for everyone who overeats. ask a doctor or nutritionist how many calories you should be eating for your age, height, and ideal body weight. "Cardio helps, but food is 85 percent of the results we see.

Once your diet is back on track, add these three waist-whittling moves to your regular workout once a week to keep love handles at bay.

Side Bends

Stand with your feet hip-distance apart, arms at your sides.
As you reach down towards your toes with one arm, lift the other one up towards your waist, placing your hand on your hip.
Alternate sides with one arm up, one arm down.
Do 100 reps.

Standing twists

Place your hands behind your head, elbows out wide and knees slightly bent. Isolate your core making sure your hips don't move.
Twist to one side then the other alternating sides.
Do 100 reps.

Jack Knives

Lay on the floor or a bench with your legs straight out, arms stretched above your head, toes pointed towards the ceiling.
Raise your arms towards your toes as you raise your legs to a 45- to 90-degree angle, keeping your shoulders off the floor (above). You should bring your arms way up over your belly button so your body looks just like a jack knife.
Then return back to the floor or bench with your legs and arms stretched out.
Do 40 reps.
06 Jul
Thank you. I think it should work. I hope l can do it every day.
24 Oct
How do I save this or tag it? So that I can look at this later without searching for it?
24 Oct
I'm not sure.. But what I will do is take a screen shot of it so it will automatically be saved on camera roll..
24 Oct
Didn't even think of that! Thanks!
04 May
Will give this a long approximately will it take to see any results?
456 Posts
Jul 6, 2013 3:48pm
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nice! why dont u create a workout for it here?

666 Posts
Jul 29, 2014 7:25pm
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