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The Love Handle Eliminator Best Workout For Waistline Belly Fat

welcome to my love handle eminato eliminator ok really i can't say that word if you loved my other tutorial the muffin top destoyer this is going to be another of of your favourites eliminator hey guys welcome to your love handle eliminator class we are in beautiful sand banks provincial park

in picton ontario and i have a five minute miracle class that will focus on your core were going to work your obliques core get rid of those love handles so if you're ready grab a mat grab some water and lets get started ok guys to get started come up to your knees

extend the right leg all the way out grounding that foot reaching your arms right up to the sky interlace fingers index fingers up inhale big stretch to the left exhale contract your abs come up for one reach and two

reach and three very good keep going were doing town here on one side release your arm were going to take your weight up to side plank modify stay on the knee otherwise extend bottom leg out stack feet on top of each other breathe

were going to hold side plank for 8 seconds draw navel into the spine from here take top hand down release the hip thrust right up engage those obliques for two lower and three and four

working the sides of your belly your abs extend arm right up hoding side plank 8 more seconds holding here draw the navel into the spine keep that straight beautiful line imagine as if you're between two walls you want to try and keep yourself flat

Yoga For Upper Back Pain Yoga With Adriene

Hey, everyone. Welcome to Yoga with Adriene.I am Adriene. Today, we have an awesome sequence for the upper back. Irarely meet anyone that doesn't complain about upper back achiness or stiffness,shoulder pain, craving neck relief. So this is a sequence that you can incorporateto your daily routine, your daily practice. You can return to it fivedays a week, seven days a week. So be sure to favorite the tutorial so you canreturn to it easily, because I think this is something that everyone canbenefit from. So let's get to it,

hop on the mat, and let's learn this upperback sequence. Okay. So to begin, we're going to start ina nice crosslegged position, sukhasana, or the pose of ease here, justpressing into the sit bones and slowly lengthening up through the spine. I'llbring the palms to the knees here, and jumping right in, I'm going to inhale,loop my shoulders, draw my shoulder blades in together and back, as Ilift my heart. Now, I don't have to crunch the neck here.Ouch. Just going to keep it nice and open, but I am actively drawing my shoulderblades in and together and

down, shoulders away from the ears. Take a deep breath in here, long belly, topsof the thighs draw down. Then on an exhale, I'm going to slowly draw mychin to my chest, draw my naval back, allow my shoulders to round forward,kind of get a little booty massage here as I roll through the buttockand allow the weight of my head to drop over. Now, I'm going to hang here for a couple breaths,catching the weight of my palms to the knees here and really just breathing,feeling that upper back

stretch, creating a little bit of space herewith each inhale and each exhale. Then rolling back up, I'll loop the shoulders,rolling through, pressing into sit bones, again lifting the heart, drawingthe shoulder blades in together and down, and really creating spacebetween the ears and the tops of the shoulders. Take a deep breath in. Smile.Relax your jaw. Then send it back down. I like to call this Mr. Burns' posture here,but we'll put a positive spin

on it here. Breathe some space into that upperback. Then inhaling, back up to center, head over heart, heart over pelvis. Okay. Sitting up nice and tall, I'm goingto send my fingertips forward like I'm swimming, crossing them over, swimaround, and then I'm going to interlace my fingertips behind the back. Again, a good marker is to keep the head overthe heart center, the sternum, the sternum over the pelvis. Justnotice whether maybe you tend to sit back like this, which is normal, or maybeyou're overcompensating and

shifting the heart forward. Let's try to stackis nice and tall. I'm going to interlace the fingertips, and then I havea couple options here. If I can . . . We'll turn to the side hereso you can see. I can bring the palms together. Check that out. If that'sa little too intense at the moment, I might keep the wrists nice and square,but I'm actively drawing the shoulders down, away from the ears, shoulderblades together, kind of wringing it out in the upper back here, gettingrid of that achiness, kind of massaging that area of the body.

How To Buy Mens Jeans That Fit Understanding Denim Waist Rise Inseam Style Boot Cut

How To Buy Men's Jeans That Fit UnderstandingDenim Waist Rise Inseam Style Boot Cut Hi! I'm Antonio Centeno, the founder of RealMen Real Style. Today, I'm going to be talking about how to buy a pair of jeans that actuallyfit, so I'm going to be going over jeans, denim, the terminology that we use to understandhow they are built. Let me just start off, guys, by saying thatthere is no substitute for going in and trying on a pair of jeans because there are so manyfactors out there. I think it's one of the hardest initiatives. I get people that contactme once every couple of months and they're

starting a denim company or starting a jeancompany, sometimes madetomeasure, and I think that's a very hard business. My hatis off to my friend, Christopher, out in Massachusetts. He has a company, Brown Deim, and they aredoing just that, but this is a very hard business. And so, to get what you really want I knowsome of you guys are really particular. Hopefully, by understanding these five points and thesefive terms, whenever you see this, you'll be able to zero in on what you need and makesure that you don't waste your time. All right, so let me jump right in this. NoticeI didn't even ask you to subscribe or like, or did I just ask you to do ité Okay, so thefive things I'm going to talk about today

guys are the waist, the inseam, the rise,and then we're going to talk about the build right here, the style in the hip, butt, andthigh area, and then we're going to talk about the build down here at the end of the leg. Waist Okay, so let's first talk about the waist,one of the easiest things. We all think we know what we fit into. And in fact, I wear3232. Does that mean I have a 32inch waisté Yesé Noé Waiting for your answer. No. The answer is actually no. That is vanitysizing. So the fact that they tell you, you

have a 32inch waist really means that yourwaist is about 34 to 34.5 inches and it depends on the brand. Some brands are going to giveyou a little bit of extra room; some are going to give you a little bit less. They look attheir target market and they build for that. I don't know who started this vanity sizingor why, but it really throws a wrench in everything and it confuses people, and they really believethat they are a 32inch waist when they're not, or even those of you that are a bit bigger. Now, it also changes, like I said, with brands.So this is where if you are used to one brand, don't think a 3232 in Levi's is going tofit the same as 3232 in Cooper or a 3232

in Wrangler or Lee or any of those other brandsout there, especially when we get into small brands. You could see even more variation.All right, so that is the waist. That one's pretty easy. Rise Let's talk about the rise. What is the riseéThe rise is actually the distance from so if I were to lay this out flat on a table,the rise is going to be from the bottom of the crotch area all the way to the top uphere where the button is at. And so, we normally think of high and low rise. Many of you haveseen that. You didn't know exactly what

it was, but yes, that is the rise. Now, low rise you may not know. A lot of youyounger guys out there wearing lowrise jeans, that started in the women's department, andwomen really liked it, the whole lowrise just because of the way their bodies werebuilt. And then it transferred over to the young men department for whatever reason.Some guys really like the look. I think too much of a low rise is not a greatlook for a man because it shortens his leg line and makes his torso look longer. Someguys like this. I guess if you've got the whole sixpack abs thing going for you, youcould probably pull it off, but for most of

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