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Sexy Legs and Butt Workout For Moms Only

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fitdadTVAlright moms, here’s an awesome Legs and Butt Add-On Workout

I can’t stress this enough, just like the abs workouts – this workout is NOT meant to be done by itself, it’s meant to be done AFTER your 10 minute workout.

That’s how you make this legs and butt workout effective and really crank up the fat burning and toning of this special workout.

This legs and butt workout uses a lot of lunges, but you’re only doing it for a certain amount of time rather than a number of sets.

I do that to mix things up a bit and it also allows you to control the intensity – if you want to work harder (and get better results), you’ll work hard and get more sets done.  The more you fit in, in this limited period of time, the better the results and the quicker you’ll get rid of thigh and butt fat and get sexier, stronger and more toned legs.

Check out the legs and butt workout below:

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If you need an example of a 10-minute workout to go along with this arms workout click below:

http://thefitdadsays.com/fast-10-minute-workout-video/

Have an awesome day!

Ed

P.S. – If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to let me know by emailing me or leaving a comment below.  If you want to know if a favorite exercise of yours would fit into this legs and butt workout, just ask and I’ll give you my honest opinion.

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Ed Scow, also known as "The Fit Dad", likes long walks on the beach, snuggling, hand stand push-ups and pretending to work. He's also a fitness & nutrition expert, proud papa and husband to a smokin' hot wifey.

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Comments (2)

  • Michelle

    Thanks, Ed, the videos look great.

    Do you have any exercises that are NOT stressful for the knees? I can’t do lunges fully because of the strain on my knees.

    Also, does it mean that the workout will NOW be 20 to 30 minutes because of the add-on 10-min workouts (eg. abs, arms)?

    Will I still lose weight after doing your same 10-min workouts daily (push-ups, db swing & bent-over rows), or do I have to alternate my workout routine?

    How much weights do you recommend I use? 8? 10 lbs?

    Thanks, Ed, for your help and sorry to sound so ‘clueless’.

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    • Ed Scow, aka 'The Fit Dad'

      Hey Michelle,
      The workout doesn’t have to be any longer than 10 minutes – these add-on workouts will add 5 minutes each, so if you do the abs one, that’s 15 minutes total and if you add the legs one on top of that, it’ll be a grand total of 20 minutes (plus a couple for the warm-up). I like to do these add-on workouts so you can get a little extra “oomph” in your workout and work on some trouble spots, but you don’t have to do them. The 10 minute workouts are great by themselves, especially if you’re doing them consistently.

      As far as the stress on the knees – why are they stressful on the knees? Do you have a past injury or arthritis? The only reason I ask is that 9 times out of 10, the reason squats and lunges are tough on people’s knees is because their form isn’t right. Make sure you keep your heel planted firmly into the ground (front heel when doing lunges) and press up through your whole foot and not just your toes and really concentrate on squeezing the glute (butt) and hamstrings when standing up.

      Another reason form could be bad is tightness in the ankle joint (calves), hips and/or low back. Make sure you stretch tight muscle groups.

      You do need to alternate the routine. You could get by doing the most recent 10 minute workout 3 times per week for a couple weeks, but then you’d need to change it up a bit. Forgive me if I’m forgetting, but have you signed up for my newsletter? If not, do so and you’ll get 3 weeks worth of 10 minute workouts plus some 4 minute abs workouts. You could even mix those workouts up a bit (change the days, etc.) and do them for around 6-8 weeks before needing a totally new “program”.

      The weight I recommend depends on how strong you are. You need to decide that for yourself – I can’t decide that while sitting behind my desk. You need to make sure you’re working hard the whole time, so if 10 pounds is working hard, that’s cool. however I’m fairly certain you’ll be able to use more. If the workout calls for 10 reps and the weight you’re using has you feeling like you can do 20 reps, increase the weight until those 10 reps are difficult. Most ladies underestimate how strong they are – and most guys overestimate how strong they are. Don’t be afraid to push yourself.

      Hope that helps, Michelle!

      Ed

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