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Dee Harrington: The next thing that we're going to do for your legs, bending down and sculpting the legs. We're going to do some step ups on this bench right here.
Speaker 2: Yes, I see a lot of Hollywood women; they have really toned leg, not big, but nice and length legs.
Dee Harrington: Well, the thing is that a lot of people think that they're only going to get that way by Pilates or doing some of these other, you know Hollywood; the ladies saying. Actually, you can just do this kind of and remember, its repetition. The more reps you do, the longer, the leaner the muscles are going to get, you're not to use a lot of heavy weight, and you're just going to do a lot of repetition at the same movement.
Speaker 2: Okay.
Dee Harrington: So, I'm going to have you step up, we're going to make you do a couple of different things at once. So, you'll work your back and your legs, and then you step up here and you're going to lift up, and then come back.
Speaker 2: Wow! Okay.
Dee Harrington: Yeah, there's just a lot of things different things that works your shoulder and your arms, so you look good in your dress, your guns, and your buns.
Speaker 2: Okay. Guns and buns. I love that, okay.
Dee Harrington: Guns and buns. Make sure your abdominals are tight, and then your knee comes up like this.
Speaker 2: Okay.
Dee Harrington: So, just step up, push, and then down. So when you come up, I want you to move your knee up this way.
Speaker 2: Oh, and the knee?
Dee Harrington: Knee up. Yeah.
Speaker 2: I feel like choreograph dumps routine, I feel like a tri-skill.
Dee Harrington: Exactly. You are going to be better. When you step up see always that the line is coming this way. You want to make sure that your leg is straight; ankle, knee, and hip are always in the nice straight line. So, this should be steady here, so obviously step wide. Stepping like a guy.
Speaker 2: Step wide.
Dee Harrington: Step like a man. Okay, you don't look pretty in the gym. You look pretty, later. So, good straight and the keep up.
Speaker 2: I don't like that. Oh and the knee up.
Dee Harrington: Yep.
Speaker 2: Oh my god. Okay.
Dee Harrington: Alright, and then switch sides, boom.
Speaker 2: Oh my god.
Dee Harrington: You have a lot to do. So, take it down, if it's too difficult. Just do, do what you're doing, and then add the next thing. Go. Then this way, and then when you're ready, then you can add knees. It'll be your last one. Good and so it's progression. Now try the other knee
Speaker 2: Okay, so it's third.
Dee Harrington: Make perfect, now it's good; that was a good one.
Speaker 2: Oh my goodness.
Dee Harrington: So this can be cardio vascular as well as you're heart rate is going up.
Speaker 2: This is very cardio. Yeah. How much cardio do you recommend doing in a day?
Dee Harrington: At least 60 minutes, if you want to see in a minute. 60 minutes, five days a week and it doesn't have to be intense though, you can still just do a steady even cardio and get a good benefit from that.