How To Get Toned In 7 Days


Looking to tone your body in one week? It might sound impossible, but the right exercises combined with the perfect weight loss diet is all you need to eliminate all that fat from your body. And not only will these moves help you score tighter arms, calves and abs, you’ll also notice changes in your butt, hips and thighs. By doing two sets everyday, you’ll be slimmer and more toned all over, before the seven day period runs out. Read on to find out more on how to get toned in 7 days.

1. Squat and Shoulder Press

This exercise will work your butt, thighs, and arms.

How to do:

  1. Stand with feet hip-width apart holding five-pound weights in each hand, arms bent, palms facing in.
  2. Bend knees and squat – pause, then stand and press arms straight up over shoulders.
  3. Do 8 to 12 reps.

2. Pull Combo

This move will tone your butt, thighs and abs.

How to do:

  1. Stand with feet hip-width apart, arms bent 90 degrees, with left hand near hip and right hand up by face, like a sprinter.
  2. Bend and lift left knee toward chest, then lean torso forward, extend left arm forward and left leg back.
  3. Return to standing, step left foot behind you and lower into a lunge, arms back in sprinter position and pause.
  4. Rise up in one explosive motion, swinging arms so they switch positions, lifting left knee toward chest and rising up onto toes of right foot.
  5. Do entire sequence 8 to 12 times before switching legs, then repeat.
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3. Crossover Lunge

This move targets your calves, hamstrings and butt.

How to do:

  1. Stand with arms at shoulder height, palms down. Step forward with right foot, crossing it in front of left.
  2. Lower into a curtsylike lunge (right knee shouldn’t go past toes) while twisting torso right.
  3. Untwist, push off right foot, return to start. Do 8 to 12 reps – switch legs and repeat.

4. Inchworm

This exercise will help to tone your abs, chest and arms.

How to do:

  1. Bend forward, place hands on floor in front of toes, and walk hands forward, until you reach plank position.
  2. Do a push-up, then inch back to start – keep belly button pulled in, the whole time.
  3. Do 8 to 12 reps.

5. Standing Lift

This moves targets your obliques, back and shoulders.

  1. Stand with left foot in front of right, holding one weight with both hands, arms extended so weight is by right hip.
  2. Rotate arms up and across, pause, then return to start.
  3. Do 8 to 12 reps – switch sides and repeat.

6. Side Plank

This exercise will work your abs, obliques, butt, hips, thighs.

How to do:

  1. Lie on right side with legs extended, hips and feet stacked; prop yourself up on your right forearm, elbow under shoulder, and place left hand on your waist.
  2. Slowly lift hips off the floor as high as you can, hold for 15 to 30 seconds, belly button pulled in toward spine.
  3. Lower to start, switch sides and repeat.

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