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Top 10 to get a Beach Body

As its time to show off your best side at the beach get that body toned, sculpted and ready to strut at a sandy beach in an itsy-bitsy two piece. The two greatest concerns for a woman’s beach body should be the legs and glutes.

One Leg Squat: This is one of the most effective sport specific resistance conditioning exercise available.

One-Legged Toe Touch: tone your butt


Lying Ball Raise – Sculpt the glutes

 Plank — Sculpts the full body with an emphasis on the core.

Lying Side Kick: When balancing on the smaller surface area of your side, your core stabilizer (abdominal) muscles and your hip muscles are forced to work harder. The following exercise is a movement that targets the top hip joint, and strengthens the muscles of the outside and back of the hip. It can be conducted in sets of 8 to 10 repetitions for each side.

Full Body Extensions: Firms lower back and glutes

Beach Ball Squeeze: Slims inner thighs

Ball Hug: Sculpts chest and shoulders


The Reverse Lunge: The most effective and safest variation of lunging is the Reverse Lunge. Unlike a forward Lunge, taking a step backwards rather then forward completes a reverse Lunge. The effects on the muscle are the same, but the reverse Lunge places less stress on the knees because the knees cannot extend beyond the toes.

Dips: firm up those flabby arms

Muscle tone is critical to looking good at the beach. In order to perfect the beach body, incorporate 30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise into your daily workout plan. A low-fat diet is also critical, as consuming less saturated and trans fat will make you appear leaner and more toned.

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