Yes, cardio will help you burn off excess body fat, but if you want to sculpt a sexy waist and melt love handles, you need to do the waist trainer challenge for 30 days!
You don’t need a miracle to get great results and a perfect midsection. In fact, the process is very simple and there are two things you need to focus on, the first is diet and exercise.
The second part is exercise! There is no such thing as a toned body without working up a sweat. Again, you don’t have to spend all day at the gym, in fact you only need half an hour of your time each day.
The results of the workout will not be immediate, so if you want to see good progress, you’ll have to wait at least several weeks. That is why this program is designed to last 30 days, during which time it will give you amazing results and motivate you to do much more for your body and your health.
The 5 exercises for this Waist Trainer Challenge are as follows
1. Eagle Abs
Also known as the Eagle Crunch workout. Begin by lying flat on your back on the floor. With your feet off the floor, wrap your left leg over and under your right leg. Bend your elbows toward your knees and use your abs to perform the crunch. Works the rectus abdominis.
2. Reverse Crunch
Keeping your upper back flat on the floor, raise your knees toward your chest and lift your hips slightly off the floor. Hold, then place your feet back on the floor. Now, just before they touch the floor, repeat the movement. This will work your lower abs.
3. Double D’s
Fully press back against mat. This is almost like a double leg lift. But instead, your legs will draw two D’s in the air as you come back up. Works your lower abs.
4. Infinity Abs
Lift feet to table position. With hands clasped together and elbows straight out, pretend to row from side to side. Make an infinity shape with your elbows! Work the entire core, especially the obliques.
Lying on your side, place your elbow under your shoulder and raise your upper arm above your head. Your upper ankle should cross over your lower ankle. Raise your thigh and bring your elbow toward your knee. Work the oblique.