1. The Double Take. – Holding a dumbbell in each hand, stay along with your feet hip- width. Raise the dumbbells to shoulder-level to perform a biceps curl, palms facing each other. At the top of the curl, click the dumbbells overhead until your arms are completely straight. Slowly decrease the dumbbells behind your mind, keeping your arms close together as possible. Stop for a second, then click dumbbells back expense and lower to shoulder-top. Slowly lower them back to your thighs. Repeat for 1 minute. Have the burnin your triceps!
2. The Mountain Climber. – This transfer tones your core, hands, and bottom. Get in cedar position with your shoulders over the hands, keeping your legs straight. Deliver one leg easily into your chest before bringing it straight-out behind you to starting position. When your calf is straight, carry the other leg into your chest. Repeat for one small right!
3. The Knee-Up. – Again, start by standing with your feet hip-width apart. Position your left foot a few legs behind you, then lean your torso toward a floor. Quickly bring your left leg toward your chest, then extend it back again to tap the floor. Repeat for one moment; then switch feet and repeat for one minute around the other side. Do three sets. You can certainly do it!
4. The Jackknife. – This shift is intended for full- body. Rest on to the floor, legs straight, your hands gripping one side of the dumbbell with hands straight and overhead. Provide your face, shoulders, while simultaneously training your straightened legs and straightened up and over arms. Feet and your dumbbell will meet over your belly button. Lower yourself back to starting position on the floor. Repeat for 30 seconds. Do three sets.