8 Exercises For Women to Get That Fit And Feminine Body You Wanted To Brag About
6Side planks with a knee tuck
Side planks are yet another full-body workout which are super effective in helping improve your spinal stability. Needless, to say it is a good core workout too.
Lie on your side and position yourself on your elbow keeping it bent at a 90-degree angle and with the side of your foot keep yourself stable. Lift your hips in the air to form a straight line from your shoulders to your ankles. Stabilize your torso and proceed to raise your top leg without changing the angle of your body. Now bring your top leg’s knee towards your chest and hold it there for 30-45 seconds. Switch sides and repeat this with the other leg as well.
Up-down planks will help you bring in some variation to your workout which will only improve your endurance, strength, and workout your core better.
Get into a normal plank position but keep your hands and legs straight. You can choose to begin with whichever side you want. For instance, if you choose to start on your right side first, you have to lower your elbow to the floor where your hand was and then lower your left elbow where your left hand was. Once both elbows are on the floor, pause there for 30 seconds and then place go back up to the starting position and repeat the same thing but this time bring your left elbow down first and then follow with the right.
Don’t use heavy weights to work out if you want a slim waist
Like all other muscles, your abdominals are a muscle group too which can increase in size if you intensely train the same muscles every day. So, instead of getting a slim waist you will most likely end up with no waist. Don’t work out with heavy weights if you want a toned and slim waist. Incorporate more variations of planks as it will enable you to keep your entire body in shape while focusing mainly on the abdominal muscles for a slim waist.