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Exercises for a Smaller Waist TIGHTER FLATTER STOMACH

Hi, guys! I'm trainer Amy Jo with ATHLEANXXfor Women, and today I'm going to show you some exercises that can shrink your waist. So the first one we're going to do is planks.Come on down here and lift yourself up on your hands. You want your body nice and straight.Push those heels back, and you're going to go one arm at a time. Five each side. Tap,and up. Tap, and up. Most importantly, keep that belly button pulled in nice and tight. Last one. Switch sides. Five, four, three,two, good, one. Then stay right up here. The next one, moving into elbow, opposite knee,cross it over, we can speed it up. 10, five,

one. Now down to the elbows. We're going togo twisting planks. Twist it, froggy it out. Twist, froggy it out. This tightens the whole waist all the wayaround, even low back. Good. Two more. Froggy it out. Last one. Froggy it out. Awesome.So those are three great exercises that can help shrink your waist, tightening your core,the rectus abdominus, and also that transverse that can create a tighter, flatter stomach. Hopefully this gave you guys some great newtips to try at the gym, or at home. Give us a thumbs up and we will see you next time.

Kim Kardashian Tiny Waist In A Little Black Dress TMZ TV

gt;gt; KIM KARDASHIAN SHOWED UP TO REVOLVE POPUP. I GUESS IT'S A STORE IN MELROSE. GETS OUT OF THE CAR LOOKING LIKE THIS. TINIEST LITTLE BLACK DRESS ON, HIGH BOOTS. SHE LOOKS AMAZING, LOOKS SO HOT.

TURNS AROUND. GOT A BIG OLD BUTT GOING ON. gt;gt; THAT'S SO GOOD. gt;gt; SHE LOOKS GREAT, RIGHTé gt;gt; SO GOOD. gt;gt; THIS IS LIKE ONE OF THE BEST OUTFITS I HAVE SEEN HER IN, IN A LONG TIME.

gt;gt; THE WHOLE OUTFIT, SOMETHING ABOUT IT. IT'S SO HOT. gt;gt; YOU GUYS ALL KNOW I LOVE KIM KARDASHIAN. THE PROBLEM WITH THIS PICTURE IS SHE'S GOING TO THE OBGYN. gt;gt; OH, NO SHE'S NOT!

gt;gt; YES, SHE IS. IN THE MIDDLE OF THE DRIVEWAY. OF THE DAY. gt;gt; THIS IS WHAT SHE WEARS TO THE GYNECOLOGIST! gt;gt; THAT'S WHAT YOU WEAR, SKIRTS! LAUGHTER gt;gt; NO, YOU DON'T!

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How To Get a Small Waist Hack

Hi guys, thank you for tuning in. And today I'm going to be sharing a quick DIY tummy hack with you. So if you would like to see how to instantly get your tummy flatter underneath clothes without using shapewear, then stay tuned for this tutorial. So basically what you wanna do is suck in your stomach and then you want to start wrapping the saran wrap around your stomach. I would say you probably wanna go around five or six times. However many times it takes for you to feel that your stomach is sucked in while still being comfortable. You don't wanna wrap this too tight especially if you're planning on wearing it all day. It's safety first. So if you happen to find that once you start wrapping the saran wrap, you're wrapping it so tightly that it's creating bulges in your upper stomach area

once you're done with your mid section, you can go ahead and take the saran wrap a little bit higher and wrap your upper belly area as well. You can take it up to your lower chest and that should eliminate any bulges that were created. So you basically want it all to just be one smooth wrap. Once you're done wrapping the saran wrap around your belly, it should pretty much just cling to itself and stick. However, if you want some added peace of mind; you can always grab some tape and enforce that edge where you ended with a piece of tape. I'm gonna go ahead and just show you guys now what it looks like. I'm going to show you a before picture of me in a super tight dress and what I look like after I do that wearing the same tight dress. Thank you so much for watching. Don't forget to hit that subscribe button down below for more fun DIY tutorials.

And I'll see you guys in my next tutorial.

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