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Halle Berry is the queen of Fitspo: At 52, the actress looks as if she could be in her early 20s, and according to her coach she has the athleticism of a 25-year-old man. Therefore, it is no surprise that their fans want to get to know all their training secrets.
That's why the actress has been doing a weekly # FitnessFriday video series with her coach Peter Lee Thomas on Instagram about dieting and training tips that will help her stay in incredible shape.
In her last post, it was all about building a strong core ̵
Take a cue from the following screenshots and follow Berry next time you're in the Mood for a serious core boost. (Full disclosure: These steps are not easy.) Instead of going all in, it may be better to use them as a source of inspiration and integrate a couple into your routine to begin with.)
Bear crawls on a bench
Start on all fours facing a bench Make sure your knees float off the floor before lifting one hand and laying it on the bench Repeat the same movement with the other hand and then return to the starting position with one hand to complete a repetition.
Spr length from bank to bank
Place both hands on a bench and place your feet on the ground. Then jump over the bench and back to your starting position to complete a replay.
Reverse Bear Crawls with raised knees
Start off a bank on all fours. Make sure your knees float off the ground before lifting one foot onto the bench. Repeat the same movement with the other foot and bring both feet back one at a time to complete a repetition.
Hanging Oblique Twist
Put your arms in slings attached to a chin-up bar and pull your knees toward your chest as you turn as if you are trying to elbow with your knee Bring your legs back to their starting position and repeat the same movement on the other side to complete a rehearsal.
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If you are hanging on a chin-up bar, bring both legs up so that they are perpendicular to the floor, make sure they are perfectly straight Hold the position for a few seconds for that extra burn, and lower You then legs to complete the repetition.
Knee to the chest
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Think of these as normal bicycle crunches, except that you're hanging on a chin-up bar, then just bring one knee back in your direction, followed by the next, repeating the process as fast as you can to really get your core up.
* Advanced * move warn, grab a chin-up bar and lift your legs straight up to the ceiling until your body is in a U-shape, then swing your legs to one side of your body and then the other to complete a repetition. (Talk about a burnout.)