Six Pack Shortcuts is an amazing online program that offers you a training calendar. Mark the days when you start your journey to your six-pack! Progress timeline is a visual timeline that lets you see your progress. I love this aspect because I want to see my progress as well as feel it. They also offer help and support with FAQ page, give them a call or submit a ticket. They will get back to you and answer all of your questions and give you support to be the best you can be!
Clark Shao is a fat loss specialist and he says to lose the most unwanted fat, women have to work out the largest muscle groups. Which for us women would be our butt and legs. Muscle eats up a lot of fat and women will benefit the most from working these muscle groups. This will doesn’t mean push-ups or crunches. Those are great exercises but they will develop UNDER that fat that is already on those body parts.
Six Pack Shortcuts
Body weight squats: stand with your feet shoulder width apart, hands behind your head. Flex your knees and hips sitting back on your hips. As you squat, keep your head and chest up and push knees outs.
Plie squats: Move your legs wider than your shoulder width apart from each other, knees slightly bent, toes facing out. Slowly bend your knees as you lower your legs until thighs are parallel to floor. Press mainly with heel of foot to bring your body back to the starting position. Exhale as you do this.
Alternating jumping lunges: Assume lunge stance, foot forward with knee bent, rear knee almost touching the floor. Make sure your front knee is over the midline of your foot. Extending through both legs, jump as high as you can, swing your arms to help gain lift. When you jump switch position of your legs. When you land, absorb the impact through your legs by adopting lunge position.
Calf Raises: Stand on a flat surface or get a block, the ball of your foot should be resting on the edge of the block. Raise the other foot slightly off the floor or hook that foot around the opposite calf. Slowly raise your heel as high as it will go, pause and squeeze, then slowly bring it back down to touch the floor.
Mountain Climbers: Start out in push-up position, weight supported by hands and toes. Flex your knee and hip, bring one leg until your knee is approximately under the hip. This is starting position. Explosively reverse your legs. Extend the bent leg until straight and supported by the toe. Bring the other foot up with hip and knee flexed.
The Work WILL Pay Off!
When you complete all 5 exercises that is ONE round. Push yourself and see how many rounds you can do. If you can do this 3-4 times a week you will immediately feel a difference. In your energy,mood and body. AND your belly! Good luck and get out there and WORK IT OUT!