É com essa carinha de panda recém acordado que eu fui malhar
Hoje o dia não foi fácil, a vontade era de sair do trabalho, ir pra casa, me enfiar debaixo do meu edredom, comer um prato de brigadeiro e colocar minhas séries em dia! Mas, vontade é coisa que dá e passa né?! Logo voltei pra minha realidade e fui malhar #gym#girlsgym#fit#fitness#fitneslover#deboacomoespelho
Men and women tend to have fat at the side of our tummies which is the so called love handles. We may not be able to spot reduce at this spot specifically, but we can do exercise to tone it. Side bridge or also commonly known as Side Plank on Elbow is a good exercise for your core muscles at your oblique (muscle at your side of your abs) and lower back. This yoga-inspired exercise improves lower back endurance and therefore prevent back pain.
To make the exercise more difficult, you can extend your legs.
In this pose, your body forms a diagonal plank from ankles to neck.
If you dare, try holding a medicine ball with your free hand, extending your arm straight up from your shoulder, as shown.
If you do not break a sweat, you are not working hard enough for this workout.
Side Plank is different than the normal Plank abs workout, though its concept is the same.
Squats are a compound movement – which means it’s a movement that uses more than one joint (your hip and knee joints) to complete.
A simple bodyweight squat uses almost every muscle group in the body – and if you add a dumbbell or barbell into the equation, I would even argue that they use every single major muscle group to complete. Just think about it – in addition to your “legs,” you need your hips, your back and core, your shoulders and arms.
Squats will help strengthen your entire body, both your bones and your muscles (and your knees!), and increase flexibility.
Because of the utilization of a large amount of muscle groups, they cause your body to increase our anabolic hormone production (in turn, helping us lose fat and gain muscle). Increasing the strength in your knees and hips (and entire body) reduces your chance of injury while doing both athletic movements and everyday life things (such as shoveling the driveway or standing up and sitting down). In short, squats are amazing.
They are one of the biggest bangs for your buck in terms of time, which is why most good strength programs will have you squatting 2-3x a week.