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Jennifer Lopez is more than a triple threat. She's famous for her acting, singing, dancing, and her killer body. Her derrire reportedly has an insurance policy of its own, a "Booty" anthem dedicated to it, and just last night it played a big role in a game.
Catchphrase with Jimmy Fallon. We have been envious of her figure for years, and at the age of 45, her body is more bangin' than ever.
So we reached out to Thea Murphy. David Barton Gym to find out how to get that enviable.Lo hourglass shape.
Apparently, it's all about creating a workout that exercises your entire body. "You have to work your shoulders, abs, and legs she explains. "By working out your upper and lower body you will strengthen your abdominal muscles and build an hourglass shape.".
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below, here, Murphy lays out a workout plan that will activate multiple muscle groups with each exercise, help you burn more calories, and maximize your results. Each movement should be performed for 10-15 reps with a 30-60 second rest between movements for three total sets.
Modified Push-Up, place your hands on the outside of your chest, drop your knees to the floor, then bring your chest to the floor and push back. "Push-ups will help you create the perfect upper body portion of Jennifer Lopez's hourglass shape explains Murphy. "By modifying it with your knees on the floor you can activate the entire upper body.".
Advertisement - Continue Reading Below, pull-in Crunch, lie on your back and bring your chest to your knees, then fully extend out into a V position, and repeat. "This crunch utilizes your full core muscles, not jennifer just the frontal or lower abs says Murphy. "When you pull in, you fire the upper abs and when you push out, you engage the lower abs.
This is one of the best moves to help tighten your stomach and target the entire abdomen in one motion.". Advertisement - Continue Reading Below, plank Push-Up, get in the plank position with your back flat and go down onto your elbows first with your left and then your right arm. "The plank push-up is not only for your core, but for your entire body.
As you use your abdominal muscles to support yourself during the plank, you engage the legs and glutes to support your lower body as well.". Cobra, lay on your back and fully extend your legs and arms above your head and bring them up to meet in the middle, pushing your back into the ground.
Remember to keep your legs and arms as straight as possible as you raise and lower them simultaneously. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below, goblet Squat. Hold a 10 lb weight in your palms at chest level with your feet in a wide stance.