In this video Joanna Hall gives us tips and ways on how to drop a Size.
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Joanna Hall: I find it's always more comfortable to use a mat for your abdominal exercises. And you'll also need a large towel. Take a lovely deep breathe in stretch tall, reach over one side, and then stretch the other side. Good. Now bring the arms down, always reach nice and gently to one side. Ready. Go, and pose. So, just think about really extending the both hands here, see you're reaching in opposite direction as it's great to and really soft and to toning that waist that's lovely. Now we're going to change direction as we do it now. Here we go. Reach to the other side; hold that out that way, so you feel nice and long and tight to that area that's lovely. Good. Keep pressing with both hands, so you really feel like you're targeting that area, change sides again. Here we go, just eight here, and change. Press across, lovely. Good job. Now bring the arms down by the side, put one hand behind your back and that's little bit wider apart and that is easy is to be soft, and offer your hand to me, so that means you draw a circle in front, and then each time you do this, you really put your belly button in tight. See, you're targeting the flatness abdominals, as you're loosening up, heels fine, so really think about a scooping and flattening those abdominals that's good. It's easy to get a little bit soft, as you're doing this, you just got one more excite. Here we go. Scoop, lovely; one more, keep this tight. Excellent work and relax. Now, you're going to come down the floor. This exercise is called rich pose, I mean it's just fantastic to flatten the whole of the abdominal area. So come to a lying position, hands up on your sides, and feet about hip distance apart, and your knees need to be soft. Check that you have that rib, hip connection before you go anywhere, so you got a little bit of attention here. Now you can slowly peel up gently through the buttocks using the whole of the abdominals here. Now from the top, just hold it nice and tight, really flatten into those abdominals. Good. Now curl down, one vertebra at a time, so you're really using your abdominals to scoop flat as the tail bone comes in the floor. Let's do that again. Lin so you pop through that pelvic flow muscle, and enjoy, so those knees away from you and hold it here. Now, really pulling flat and put your hand here to support yourself a little bit and really feel that these muscles are working. Let's hold those another eight. Here we go. Hold it here, flat and flatten that's nice. Good. And then slowly curl down. Here we go take that one vertebra at a time, coming down to the floor that's lovely. I'm going to do it one more. Here we go. So, scoop up, pop through those abdominals, really think about what you're tying to achieve? Hey, you want to flatten off the abdominal and you're really lengthening this by keeping it firm and tight. Good. Let's come down, slowly down one vertebra at a time, tuck your ribcage underneath you, so you can keep this area small that's lovely. Now, hands at by your sides; extend the leg that smears along a floor, nice and flat. Keep the foot relaxed, I'm going to target this lower belly area here. We're going to pull the leg in slowly on four counts. So very slowly, right in, that's good, and now take it out. Again, so it goes out, straightening it out nice and slow to begin with and let's take it up 10 poses to fraction, so it comes in, in lovely to that and out. As we're doing this, a couple of things that we think about is try to really isolate in your lower thigh muscles here. Now, tell if you do that, keep the leg relaxed, work into this lower tummy, as you draw the leg in and really think about controlling as to extend the leg away. You've got two more that's nice and slowly away. Good. Keep up with hip connection. Last one and you come, relief me the whole time and extend it away that's lovely. Now, swat legs extend the other leg away, checking how your rib hip connection, a little bit of tension. Are you ready? Slowl
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