by Lindsey Fox

The Supermodel Workout

Not all supermodels are born with that great body... they really do have to work for it! Steal some of their secret moves by clicking "read more>>" below.

First and foremost there are a few things that you must do. Number one; Don't work out every single day, your body needs a break. Try working out just a few times a week instead. Number two; Every time you do this routine (that I am about to tell you all about) change the angle of your arms or legs slightly with each set. This way you can make sure to hit every muscle, and not just the same ones over and over again! Thirdly; add about 30 minutes of cardio to your workout three times a week.
I know that the "supermodel body" shouldn't be what everyone is after, but being in shape is something that everyone should atleast try to do, so that's why I love this workout. Not everyone likes to go and lift free weights or workout on the cables at the gym, so this is another way to work those same muscles, and get some of the same effects too!

This routine is great and only four different moves! Trainer Justin Gelband aka The Model Whisperer, has recently shared his workout routine. In case you don't know who he is, he is the man behind some of the best bodies in the business, like Miranda Kerr. He also notes that he isn't a fan of crunches, so no need for those in this routine, instead do some excercises that work the core muscles (like these below)!

1. Archer's Plank (works your abs, chest, and shoulders): get into a raised push-up position with feet more than shoulder-width apart. Bending your elbow, lift right arm off of floor straight up towards the sky (rotating your torse each time). Lower your hand and do this with the other hand. Do 12-15 reps on each side.

2. Single-arm Superman (works your abs, back, chest, and shoulders): Again start off the same (push-up position with legs more than shoulder-width apart. Lift your right arm and extend it forward at shoulder height. Immediately lower arm and begin to do this with the other arm. Do this for about 12 to 15 reps as well.

3. Butt Lifter (works your butt, calves, thighs, hips, abs, and back): Stand with your feet shoulder width apart, knees are slightly bent, and your fists up by your shoulders (this is for balance). Shift your weight onto your left foot and step your right leg behind you diagonally, leg straight, and touch toes to the floor. Then slowly sweep your right leg out wide to right side (this will take balance), and touch toes to floor. Last step is to lift your right leg behind you as high as you can, leading with your heel. Return back to where you started. Again, do about 12 to 15 reps on each side.

4. Hip and thigh blaster (works your hips, thighs, abs, and back): Stand with feet hip-width apart, fists up by shoulders. Slightly bend your right knee and slowly lift leg straight out to the side. Then, lower your leg without letting your foot touch the floor and repeat what you have just done without touching your foot to the floor between moves. With this your also do 12 to 15 reps on each side. (that's just one circuit though, try doing two more)

I am so excited to try some of these out! What about all of you?

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