Anna Victoria may be known for her true self-love, but her murderous Fit Body Guide workouts have earned her 1.3 million Instagram followers from around the world. Their latest product – a relaunch of their Body Love app with three new programs – includes a 12-week Shrweight program that does not require any equipment. (See Anna Victoria's Complete Shred-Circuit Training Here.)
To give her fans a taste of the program, the fitness sensation shared four simple leg grips on Week 1 of the Shred program on her Instagram But you can do this anywhere but just because this training can be done from home does not mean it is easy . These movements specifically target your buttocks and thighs and will get you to publish your own transformation selfie in no time!
Take a cue from Victoria's video (Preparing for Puppy Cameos) and follow the next search for a quick leg shaping of sweat. Repeat the cycle three times for maximum results.
Form a bridge with a chair, with your shoulders resting on the seat edge, your feet on the floor hip-width apart, and your hips in line with your knees (parallel to the floor). Lower your hips toward the floor, then press your feet to lift your hips and return to the start. Make sure you bend at the hips and do not arch your back down. Do 20 repetitions. (PS You may be able to gain more weight by moving this movement, such as the dumbbell with a hip joint.)
Stand a few feet in front of your chair, feet slightly wider than your hips , Hinges at the hips and knees to squat down until your buttock muscles tap on the top of the chair. Without actually putting weight on the chair, press your feet to stand up and return to the starting position. Do 20 repetitions.
Begin in a lunge position with one leg in front and lower until both knees form a 90-degree angle. Jump up your legs, switch legs, gently land with the other foot forward, and immediately jump into a lunge. To change, Victoria recommends starting in a lunge position and doing small jumps without changing legs. Do 10 repetitions per page.
Squats, feet slightly wider than hip width, back, chest up and hands folded in front of chest. Jump through your hips, knees and ankles, twisting 180 degrees in the air to land in a crouch in the opposite direction. Jump again and turn in the opposite direction to return to the starting position. Do 5 repetitions in each direction.
"Notice that the jump turns to the left and to the right," Victoria said next to the video. "It's really important to jump alternately in any direction, because if you just jump to the left, you're teaching your body to only strengthen the muscle on one side of the body." Jumping and turning to one side may feel a little awkward ( for me, it's right-wing, it's important to do so, so you do not create an imbalance between the two sides. "(More: Take a look at Anna Victoria's 20-minute circuit for a tinted bottom and core)