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Britney Spears’ Yoga Workout

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Britney Spears' Yoga Workout

You better work b**ch, that’s THE new gym motivation song, right girls? WE all know Britney is back with a hot body and a hot track! Shape Magazine share Britney Spears’ Yoga Workout routine and we better get to it. Besides hitting the treadmills and the weights Britney does this yoga routine and she said it helped her get sleek and toned. There is lots of benefits doing yoga and if one of those is getting a hot body like Britney then I am down! Of course don’t forget a diet plan will help to get the hot bod! You must focus on cardio and you can add dancing to your daily exercise routine if you want to add fun to your exercise. You must focus on healthier eating alternatives as well!

Tighten Your Tummy

How it works: Perform each pose in order. Repeat the series up to three times.

You’ll need: A yoga mat.

Boat

Sit up tall with knees bent and arms extended at chest height in front of you, palms facing each other. Sit back until you feel your abs engage, then slowly lift your feet until shins are parallel to the floor [shown]. (Advanced yogis, extend legs at a 45-degree angle.) Hold for 3 deep breaths—inhale and exhale through your nose, taking at least 5 counts for each—then lower feet to the floor. Rest for 30 seconds; repeat twice more.

Crescent Lunge

Strengthens legs and butt; stretches hip flexors

Stand with feet together and arms extended at sides, palms facing thighs. Take a big step forward with left leg and bend left knee (until thigh is nearly parallel to the floor, if you can); keep right leg extended and heel lifted. Extend arms overhead and press palms together [shown]. Hold for 5 to 10 breaths, then step right foot forward (next to left) and repeat on opposite side.

Warrior II

Strengthens legs and shoulders; stretches legs and chest

Stand with feet together, arms extended at sides. Take a big step forward with left leg; turn right foot out so right arch aligns with left heel. Bend left knee (until thigh is nearly parallel to the floor, if you can), raise arms to shoulder height out to sides, and look over left fingertips [shown]. Hold for 5 breaths, then step right foot forward (next to left) and repeat on opposite side.
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