To work harder, jog a little faster and lift your knees higher and push the water with your arms (keep arms under water); Thigh toner (30 to 90 seconds) Suspend your body in water and let your legs float upwards by either holding on to the pool side or using floats (you can lie on your back or front), pull in the abdominal muscles and let the legs float upwards and then scissor the legs out and in - you can make this harder by pushing and pulling the water with your legs and moving a bit faster; Chest and back toner (30 to 90 seconds) Stand in chest-depth water with your arms floating underneath the surface of the water out to the side of your body, with palms facing forward and fingers closed.
What does TT stand for?
TT stands for Thigh Toner (strength-building exercise)
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TRY KIM'S TWO-MINUTE THIGH TONERS FOR THIGHS: LEG RAISES WORKS: Your abductors (outer thigh muscles) DO IT: Lie on the floor on your left side.
4 BUM & THIGH TONER FOR: APPLE AND HOURGLASS * You will need dumbbells and a fitness ball 1Rope skipping At least 50 reps 2 Ball squat 25 reps How to: Standing, place a fitness ball between your middle back and a wall.