Home

Join my email newsletter

Add your link

Contact Me

Weight Loss

Hiking

Corvette Museum Trip

B.L. TV Show Info

Blogs

Fan Sites

Forums

News & Recaps

Weight Loss Info Sites

9/23/07

Current Weight: 250 lbs. (74.49% of the way done!)

Goal

396

 

 

200

About Celebrity Fit Club

Lower Body Workout Series: Squats Part 2 (Want strong, lean legs and butt?)

How would you like to get fitness tips and suggestions from Kim Lyons nearly every day? She has great tips and ideas for easy exercise that you can do anywhere, anytime and they fit into everyday life. They are on her video blog at Fast Track where I'm a member.

I sent her a message on Fast Track and asked if I could feature her exercise videos here on my site. She said sure!



Here's what Kim had to say:

OK! Ready to work? It’s Day 2 of Squats. We’re going to get more advanced and I’m going to show you all kinds of variations.

Let’s review the basic form: Stand with your legs a little wider than shoulder width apart, set your hips back, sit into the squat, and have your toes pointing forward. All the weight stays on your heels.

What’s great about squats is you can focus on specific areas. Here are my six favorites:

Outer Thigh

>Squat down. As you come up, shift your weight and lift to the side. As you come back down into the squat point your toe downward with your heel pointed at the ceiling. SQUEEZE your outer thigh as you come up.

Inner Thigh

>This is a slight motion change. As you come up out of the squat, make a motion with your leg like you’re kicking a soccer ball.

Glute

>For this one, you go into a squat and, as you rise, kick back.

For all three of these moves, the mind-muscle connection is important. SQUEEZE your muscles!

Working Your Obliques

>Start with your legs a little wider apart. As you come up, do a crunch. Really squeeze your abs! If you want to make this, or any of these moves, more difficult, add weights.

Jump squat

>Go down nice and slow, then explode up. When you come up, your feet tap lightly together. If you make this a weighted squat your feet are a little wider together and when you explode up your feet do not come together. This will get your heart rate up and you’ll burn a ton of calories!

Squat rock

>I like to end my squat workout with this one. It stretches all your muscles. Go down, rock side, side, center and then up.

There you have it! What I really like about all these squats is you can mix them up. There’s no reason to get bored with squats. So…I expect all of you to master all of these squats. Let me know how you do!

Kim


Most Fit Tips from Kim are featured here on Mondays. Check back here each Monday for more exercise tips and ideas from Kim Lyons and Fast Track to Fat Loss.

COMMENTS

Submit Your Comments

Obstacles are only scary when you take your eyes off your goals. Stay focused!
-- Brad at Fast Track to Fat Loss

 

 

MilaI use Mila every day. Mila is high in omega-3 fatty acids, antioxidants, fiber and phytonutrients. Mila is a non-GMO (Genetically Modified Organism), is pesticide-free, gluten-free, trans-fat free, sugar-free, high in fiber and protein, has no taste or smell and can be deliciously combined with many foods! Click here to download a free brochure, or click here for more information.

 

 

CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR BEFORE YOU DO ANYTHING RELATED TO HEALTH AND FITNESS! I am under a doctor's care for my general health, and my workouts are overseen by a professional trainer. I consult with licensed dieticians about what I eat. I am blogging about my experience here in the hopes that it might inspire you to get healthy as well. However, you must realize that I am not a doctor. The views on this site are only my opinion or understandings about what I'm learning. In some cases, I'm just reporting about what I find from other sources. Therefore, before you do any type of exercise, change your diet or make other health related decisions, check with your doctor, trainer, dietician, nutritionist or other health professional.

This Biggest Loser site is part of the Internet Reality Network.
Copyright © 2019 . U.S. Consumer Net, Inc.