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Greg Plitt’s MFT28 – Abdominal Power Workout

Greg Plitt’s MFT28 – Abdominal Power Workout (AB WO P.2) Exercises In Order ; 1. Spell Casters 2. Ankle To Bar 3. Wind Sprints 4. Spider Crawls 5. 3/4 DB Twists 6. Otis Up 7. Medicine Ball Slam 8. Rope Crunches —>>> Take The FULL 30 Day Challenge HERE – It’s FREE! <<<—-

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30 day Ab Challenge – Day 19

30 Day Ab Challenge – Day 19

30 day Ab Challenge – Day 19 8 Abdominal Exercises To RIP Your Abs 8 Abdominal Exercises 30 Seconds Each 2 Minute Rest in between 3 Rounds Total 1. 3/4 Situps 2. 3/4 Side Twists 3. Heel Touches 4. Bicycles 5. Cocoons 6. Side Plank – Right and Left 7. Bottoms Up 8. Elbows To […]

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30 Day Ab Challenge

30 Day Ab Challenge – Day 14 Posted

30 Day Ab Challenge – Day 14 Ab Exercises for Day 14 I wanted to give y’all an example of some of the Ab Exercises we are doing in the 30 day Ab Challenge:   Most days I am doing them so you can follow along – today I have to do some things for […]

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Kim Kardashian Butt Workout!

Kim Kardashian Butt Workout!

Hey guys, so I, like many women, am not happy with my butt. I think it’s too flat, which is part of eating clean and having a low fat percentage. So when I saw this Kim Kardashian Butt Workout, I decided

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My Workout Of The Day

My Workout Of The Day

So day, I got up and ran, and then had such a great workout that I wanted to post what I did. Run 20 Minutes Kettlebell For 5 Minutes (Cleaning and Squats) Yoga For 20 Minutes I had cardio,

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Muscle Endurance For Tough Mudder

Muscle Endurance For Tough Mudder

Finish The Tough Mudder Run STRONG Increase Your Muscle Endurance With This Workout! It looks like my Dad’s going to be doing the Tough Mudder run again, so I figured I would share some

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Running Techniques For Beginners

Running Techniques For Beginners

Running Form For Beginners How To Maximize Your Run And Reduce Injury Today’s video (No Audio) focuses on the form for running, to minimize any risk of injury, and also to be able to run for longer,

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