Hourglass Figure Workouts

Trouble Areas: Thighs, Upper Arms, Belly Pooch, and Waistline

Workout Plan: Total-body sculpting and fat-burning cardio and HIIT(High Intensity Interval Training)

If your body looks like the famous hourglass figure Marilyn Monroe, you may have a lot of ladylike curves in all the correct places. The downside? You may have a higher muscle to fat ratio, which is regularly most likely noticeable in the arms, thighs, and lower abs area.

This workout plan won’t just assist to enhance your body to amplify your astounding structure, it will help your strength and stamina as well. By fusing a high step, you’ll amp up the cardio segment of your strength section of your workout and help increment your range of movement.

So as you look in the mirror and see a lucky hourglass outline with curves in all the correct spots, it’s urgent to focus on your waist as well as your hips too. Also, flattening your stomach while cutting out a more defined waistline calls for working your whole core, butt, and thighs. This workout routine uses an assortment of next-level exercises that work muscles from head to toe and additionally adding exercises that will shrink your waistline.

 


How to Achieve Your Workout Goal :Do these exercises three times each week, do each exercise continuously with no rests in between. Play out the circuit 3 times, resting 30 seconds between circuits. Switch up  this routine with three days of fat-blasting cardio for 60 minutes.

Total Time: up to 30 minutes

What You’ll Need: Free weights, Swiss Ball, and Exercise Matt

Stability Ball Shoulder Bridge

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Lie on your mat on your back with your feet on top of a Swiss ball and your arms outstretched on the floor close to your sides with your palms facing down. Press your palms into the floor and draw in your core to lift your hips straight up off the ground. Without dropping your butt, utilize the muscles in your hamstrings and quads to gradually roll the ball in toward your butt until the soles of your feet are on top of the ball. With control, extend your legs to roll the ball back to the beginning position. That is one rep. Proceed without dropping your hips.

Sets of: 3

Reps of: 12

 


Back Leg Elevated Dead-Lift

 

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With a couple of dumbbells hold them along your sides with your palms facing your body. Begin with both feet together and your toes facing forward. From this position, lift your right foot and make a substantial stride diagonally behind you. Keeping your front knee behind your right toes, and your shoulders stacked over your hips, curl both weights up toward your shoulders as you at the same time bend your knee to a 90-degree edge. Press into your front heel to return up to to a standing position with both feet together and facing forward and you slowly let go of both weights along your sides. Finish a second bicep curl as you repeat the lunge on the your opposite side, this time stepping in reverse with your right leg. Come back to beginning position to finish one rep.

Sets of: 3

Reps of: 12

 


Alternating Curtsy Lunge With Bicep Curls

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With a dumbbell in each hand, stand with a seat a couple of feet behind you. Try to reach your right toes behind you and place them on the seat. Keeping your shoulders over your hips and your front knee behind your right toes, bend your front knee to bring your body down toward the ground until your front thigh is about parallel to the ground. From this position, press up through your front heel to return to rectify your correct leg. That is one rep. Finish every one of your reps on the right leg, then switch your standing legs and repeat a similar number of reps.

Sets: 3

Reps: 10

 


Twisting V-Up

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Lie down facing up with your arms by your sides. Draw in your core and lift your left leg to around 45 degrees as you lift abdominal area off the mat, twisting from your waist and reaching your right arm to touch outside of your left leg. Come back to beginning position and repeat, this time lifting right leg and reaching your left arm to finish 1 rep.

Sets of: 3

Reps of: 15

 


Renegade Row

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With a set of dumbbells get into push-up position with one weight in each hand, your shoulders stacked over your wrists, and your body in a straight line between the highest point of your head and your heels. The dumbbells have to be parallel to each other on the floor. Keeping your elbows near your sides, twist your elbows to bring down your whole body toward the floor without touching. (You can drop to your knees on the off chance that you have to.) Engage your core as you press back down to the beginning position. Keeping your left elbow locked, lift the your right-hand weight off the floor and draw in your core and shoulders as you bend your right elbow and drive it straight up toward the roof. With control, discharge the weight back to beginning position on the floor. Repeat with the left-hand weight to finish one rep. Concentrate on keeping your hips square to the ground the whole time.

Sets: 3

Reps: 10

 


Windshield Wipers

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Lie on your back with your arms stretched out on the floor. Lift your legs so that your toes are indicating at the roof. With your lower back squeezed into your exercise mat, raise your butt somewhat to draw in your pelvic floor.

Gradually lower your legs to side to side, holding your back planted on the exercise mat. Put back your legs back to the middle and repeat on the opposite side for one rep.

Sets of: 3

Reps of: 15