Watch as Chris Freytag shows you how to do this single arm V-Fly.
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The Anti-Aging Workout
Chris Freytag: Hi! I'm Chris Freytag, Prevention Magazine's Fitness Expert. Do you need a guide to blasting fat? Well, follow along with my body sculpting workout and we'll do just that, get rid of unwanted fat. And I'll even throw in a few yoga moves at the end to help you rejuvenate and relax. And for each move I'll give you a make it easier option so that you can work along with your fitness level. So if you're ready, let's get started.
Now let's try what we call the Single Arm V-Fly, it's a great core body exercise. You're going to work the entire abdomen as well as your obliques, your twisting muscles, your waist when we add the arms here, so grab a light pair of hand-weights, place them in front of you, pull your abs nice and tight, long spine, and lean slightly back. Pull your belly to your spine like you're threading it through to keep it tight. Go ahead and release one arm as you rotate through those rotational muscles and come back to the center, come back up.
Lean back, simultaneously open that other arm, all the way open and back. Little bit of chest action here, chest fly, rotational muscles and core body.
Remember, most importantly pull those low abs and belly to the spine, rotate and back. Keep rotating and alternating sides, breathe, good job, and keep repeating several times on either side.
Now to make it a little easier take out the rotation, hold the weights here and just slightly open the arms, getting a little chest fly here and back in. Keep pulling that belly to your spine, threaded all the way through, nice strong tight abs and there you go.
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