The Only 3 Moves You Need to Get a Dancer's Body
Strong, sculpted limbs in minutes a day? Yes, please. Here, the ballet-inspired workout for a long, lean body
Here's How: Start by standing on the left leg on the center of your exercise band, holding both ends. Position your right leg (knee slightly bent) in a turned-out position. While keeping the leg turned out, lift it up into a front attitude, keeping it bent at a 90-degree angle (imagine you're balancing a glass of water on your knee). As the leg is lifted, your arms should be held out to the side as well, slightly lower than your shoulders. Lower the right attitude leg to tap the floor, lowering your arms in unison.
Do This Many: Complete 10-20 front attitude taps and 10-20 front attitude pulses (holding the leg in the attitude position and pulsing slightly upward), on each leg. Then, repeat with the leg held in attitude back, right and left.
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