Thanks hun! Your blog is pretty awesome too! :)
Lie on your side with your body in a straight line. Fold your arms across your chest. Keeping your legs together, lift them off the floor as you raise your top elbow toward your hip. The range of motion is short, but you should feel an intense contraction in your obliques.
10 repetitions each side [Beginner]
SAXON SIDE BEND
Hold a pair of lightweight dumbbells over your head, in line with your shoulders, with your elbows slightly bent. Keep your back straight, and slowly bend directly to your right side as far as possible without twisting your upper body. Pause, return to an upright position, then bend to your left side as far as possible..
6 to 10 repetitions each side [Beginner to intermediate]
Stand while holding a dumbbell with both hands in front of your midsection. Twist 90 degrees to the right, then 180 degrees to your left. Keep your abs tight and move fast. Bring to center. Alternate the side you start with.
10 repetitions each side (Intermediate)
Why thank you :) such a lovely message!
The brand is Bardot. I got them from Myers in Australia around Christmas time 2011 :)
Well I used to be one of those girls you see on the treadmill, cross trainer bike etc for at least an hour a day sometimes twice a day. Saw results but had the “skinny fat” look and nothing long term and it always made me feel run down! I have recently finished my PT course and have decided to put weights and cardio HIIT (high intensity interval training) combined into my workouts. I only do cardio 45 each time about twice a week now, which is a MASSIVE change! Took me a while to change my way of thinking.
for weights I focus on split training. I don’t have set days as of yet I go by how I feeel but cover all areas on my body throughout the week.
T- Bicpes and back
W - cardio
T - Triceps and chest and shoulders
S- make up day or rest
S- Active rest
I do want to compete this year in fitness modelling section or bikini!
Thansk for the love! :) xx