Static/Dynamic Body Sculpt: Abs and Arms

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Hi Everyone,

Tonight’s workout uses a combination of static and dynamic exercises that will focus on toning and sculpting your arms and abs. The combination of isotonic and isometric exercises provides a versatile challenge for your body that will help increase muscle endurance and strength. You may find that you are surprised by which exercises you find the most challenging!

I enjoy switching my workouts, and seeing how my body adjusts to the new demands. Not only does this keep workouts fresh and interesting, but it allows your body to develop a new skill set. Every challenge you present yourself teaches your body something new. 

After this workout Jesse and I went outside for a run. The weather was in the 60s again, but the forecast is calling for it to drop back into the 30s. We took advantage of the weather and got in 3.5 miles at a comfortable pace. 

I hope that you all enjoy the workout! I will see you tomorrow with a new one. 🙂 I am teaching yoga tomorrow evening, so I will try to get it posted before class. If I don’t I will post a link to one of my older workouts on my facebook page:
Have a great night!

Beginner: 10 reps, 30 seconds static exercises
Intermediate: 15 reps, 45 seconds
Advanced: 20 reps, 60 seconds

1. Burpees
2. 1 Minute Plank
3. Angel Abs
4. Reverse Plank
5. Tricep Dips
6. Extended Supine Stretch
7. V-Up with Hip Lift
8. Left Side Oblique Plank 
9. Left Hip Drop
10. Right Oblique Plank
11. Right Hip Drop
12. Up Dog
13. Dive Bombers
14. Flat Back
15. Prone Heel Taps
16. Burpees

4 thoughts on “Static/Dynamic Body Sculpt: Abs and Arms

  1. NIcole

    Loved this workout! I so need to work on my strength so this helped a lot. I really hope u post that you post that yoga workout cause I am also trying to increase my flexibility. Next will be to increase my run time….ugh! I hate running lol Thanks for all the great workouts.

  2. Eric

    Day 17 completed! Yay!
    Wow, those Angel Abs… Ufff, the hardest of this workout for me. I just couldn’t shift my legs to the sides. I’ll work on that.
    Thank you for this workout, Melissa! You’re great, as always.
    20:20… And nop! You’re not weird, you’re adorable!! 🙂
    Love working out with you.
    Take care. See you tomorrow!

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