It tones your quads, glutes, calves, and hamstrings.
Whether walking a red runner or attack a stage, nation thespian Carrie Underwood has been famous to stone her share of super-short frocks. (Have we seen her legs?!) The pivotal to gripping them slim and strong: body-quivering, lower-half moves, like this three-part thrust series. “You’re targeting your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves,” explains Underwood’s on-the-road trainer, Eve Overland.
Start with feet hip-width apart. Step right feet brazen and reduce down into a thrust until both legs form 90-degree angles; start pulsing, adult 2 inches, down 2 inches (A). Keeping abs parsimonious and spine aligned, change weight and torso forward; continue pulsing (B). Return to A and change weight and torso behind (C); continue pulsing. Try any position for 20 seconds; rest and repeat on a conflicting leg.