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Who said that the main female weapon is slender legs? There are no less beautiful places in our body.


Who said that the main female weapon is slender legs? There are no less beautiful places in our body.
Beautiful Hands

This complex will provide you with a forearmed forearm. Do it twice a week. Each exercise includes 2-3 approaches.

V-shaped lifting standing


Take dumbbells, stand upright, feet shoulder-width apart.
Raise the slightly bent arms forward so that they form the beech V. The thumbs point upwards.
Lift the dumbbells to the level of the shoulders, stop for a second, then smoothly lower your arms, returning to the starting position. Do 12-15 repetitions.

Press Standing



Stand upright, legs slightly bent.
Lift your dumbbells to your shoulders, unfolding your palms to each other. Squeeze shells without bending in the back.
Hold a second pause and slowly, after spending at least 3 seconds, put your hands in the starting position. Repeat 6-8 times.

Drag of the Renegade


Take the dumbbells and take the position of the leaning arm, as if you are going to recoil a couple of hundred times.
Place the shells parallel to each other, brushes shoulder width or slightly wider. The body with legs form a single line.
Left on one hand, pull the other dumbbell to the waist. Return to the starting position and repeat the exercise 6-8 times, alternating hands.

Beautiful Hands

Who said that the main female weapon is slender legs? There are no less beautiful places in our body.


Who said that the main female weapon is slender legs? There are no less beautiful places in our body.
Beautiful Hands

This complex will provide you with a forearmed forearm. Do it twice a week. Each exercise includes 2-3 approaches.

V-shaped lifting standing


Take dumbbells, stand upright, feet shoulder-width apart.
Raise the slightly bent arms forward so that they form the beech V. The thumbs point upwards.
Lift the dumbbells to the level of the shoulders, stop for a second, then smoothly lower your arms, returning to the starting position. Do 12-15 repetitions.

Press Standing



Stand upright, legs slightly bent.
Lift your dumbbells to your shoulders, unfolding your palms to each other. Squeeze shells without bending in the back.
Hold a second pause and slowly, after spending at least 3 seconds, put your hands in the starting position. Repeat 6-8 times.

Drag of the Renegade


Take the dumbbells and take the position of the leaning arm, as if you are going to recoil a couple of hundred times.
Place the shells parallel to each other, brushes shoulder width or slightly wider. The body with legs form a single line.
Left on one hand, pull the other dumbbell to the waist. Return to the starting position and repeat the exercise 6-8 times, alternating hands.

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