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BUTT, BACK AND ABS WORKOUT

Butt, Back and Abs! ... But really it's all about the butt!!  ;)  Having strong glutes and a strong core and back is really important for injury prevention. So when you train ensure that you don't miss any of these muscle groups. The good thing is that you don't need a gym to target these muscle groups - you can train them anywhere! Try this workout below! All you need is a bit of floor space!

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PLYO LEG WORKOUT TO TONE AND BURN

Who doesn't want perfect pins and shapely legs? Well, it is time to get those legs super toned and tight with this plyometric workout that guaranteed will make your legs burn.

I love to add plyometric exercises to get my heart rate up and to tighten the legs a little more.

Give this workout a try. Click the link below.

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LEGS & BUTT SHAPING WORKOUT

In today’s society we seem to cram as much into our days as possible before we schedule in our workouts or RnR activities. However, you should make your health a priority!! You need to start scheduling in workouts AND RnR activities before any other commitments. But working out doesn’t mean that you need to have access to a gym. Using your body weight or buying a few simple pieces of training equipment will take you far.

So, if you don't have access to a gym, but still want to tone your legs and butt. Try this workout!!! You will find more at-home workouts in my program Body By Nina. Obviously you can do these at a gym as well… ;)

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BOOTY & ABS SCULPTING CIRCUIT – NO EQUIPMENT NEEDED!

Nothing beats a tight toned, round shapely booty and taught tummy. But I know that many of you (including me when I first started out) found the gym a little intimidating. This is why my program Body By Nina is filled with at-home workouts. Today I’ll show you some great moves you can do at home, or at the gym if you prefer.

We all need to start somewhere so if you feel like you do not have the right equipment to start exercising you are WRONG. All you need is YOU. Doing body weight exercises at home is a great way to start because when these exercises are new to you, or you are just starting out with becoming more active, these simple moves will still challenge you. Over time, they will begin to feel “easy”, which means you are getting stronger. In that case, you begin to add more weight, which you can do with some weights at home or in the gym. The important thing to do is just start, and you will begin to progress and start seeing results!

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