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A Beginner's Workout to Reduce Weight Free workout videos at… www.ConikiTV.com by Con & Niki Welcome again to ConikiTV. Thank you very much for watching another one of my fantastic videos. Look the focus now is when I try and get you to get off that coach and do a workout. It doesn’t matter who you are, how big you are, what condition you’re in. You should be able to do all these exercises so I would like to encourage you today to actually participate. The objective is to try and finish from start to end. We check the size our modifiers in such a way so you will be able to do it. So just get up now and just give it ago. Okay here we are. Oh by the way this video is inspired by a young girl who contacted me recently said she was always a size 10 and since having her child she become a size 14. She’s done every diet that there is known to man according to her of course and none of them work which as we all know that is all bold okay. The simple fact that this is you ate too much and move to little and when you do that you look the way you look, you need to eat less and move more an hopefully today this will be the first day of the rest of your life. Here we go. Exercise 1 of 4 Easy Push Ups 6 sets with 20 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest. Okay so that was a pushup what I did was to on my knees and my ankles were crossed but my feet. My knees sorry were about that far apart. It will be wider than your hips so I’m pulling my knees I got hip width apart. My ankles are crossed my hands re in front and I’ll bring it down until I’m touching my chin on the ground. Okay your chin is to be just in front of your hands. I did that for 20 seconds. I had rest and did all over again that’s like I used for 6th time. So now exercise number 2. Exercise 2 of 4 Double Skip 6 sets with 20 Seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest. Okay that was exercise number 2 we base charge just kicking on the spot, kicking my leg forward. I did the camera from 2 different angles. They can see how it’s done the trick is to stay to a rhythm. I just had a slight beat going on in the background which hopelfully you could here and I just kept at it so exercise number 3 coming up now. Exercise 3 of 4 Suqat Push N Sink 6 sets with 20 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest. Okay that was the 3rd exercise. It was called the squat push. Again once I had my hands held together just like I would have if I was clapping and as I punch my hands up to the sky I sunk at the knee and the hip. I did it for a few different angles so you can see that actually I push my bum back and my knees forward. Again, we need 6 sets 20 seconds on 10 seconds up. Okay this is the 4th and final exercise now. Exercise 4 of 4 Cycle Abs to MJ 6 sets with 20 seconds of work, 10 seconds of rest. Okay so that was the last exercise cycle that that are cycling out so put your legs up in the air in your cycling. The objective is that to keep your knee straight so I just try and keep your legs up nice and tall with your knee straight and you kind of the gain that to the rhythm of the music. I try to keep some Michael Jackson in the background which is a nice good beat. Okay so that’s the routine. Anyone can dot his. You need to do this so what like I encourage you to do and just get up and do it just get up and do it. You got to do it everyday. Now I’m trying to do workouts that everyone can do. I do hard ones as well. I can do ones that you aren’t able to walk for 4 days if you want. We can start with those. What I prefer to do is just start up with nice and easy ones that you can follow which what you should be doing. You take these to get them down everyday no matter what even if you’re sore the next day you should get up and do the exercise. As you want you occupy the pain will go away. Before you know it you’ve done a weeks worth of workout and the you’re were truly on the way. Ones when motivation of videos to keep you going look out for more stuff that’s coming on to th
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