The Skinny Jeans Workout
After the glute busting Skinny Jeans Workout was featured in October’s issue of FLARE Magazine, Train By Trina is ramping up for another series of classes to help women conquer flab and rock even the most unforgiving pants.
Personal fitness trainer Lambe developed the Skinny Jeans workout aiming to tone the thighs, lift the butt and firm the core of Ontario’s ladies. As a female personal trainer with a kinesiology background, Lambe designed the routine to uniquely apply 4 basic principals of balance, length, end range of motion and bolting repetition to this dynamic workout. While the class is intense, the end result promotes improved posture, flexibility, tension relief and fortified joint and muscle health. Best of all, this weight-free workout focuses on developing long and lean muscles, rather than building bulk.
Trends in fitness are currently favouring low-impact, yet intense workouts to shape and tighten problem areas like the abs, glutes and thighs. The Skinny Jeans workout isn’t just about weight loss, but overall fitness management. By incorporating a concentrated weekly routine that works the smaller, stabilizing muscles in the hips and lower back, you’ll reap a variety of benefits, from improved posture to alleviated back pain.
Heralded as a Toronto fitness must in FLARE Magazine’s Local Motion section, the Skinny Jeans Workout is currently at Embody Fitness clubs and will be coming to RPM Spinning and Gravity Studio starting November 2nd on Wednesday mornings at 9 a.m. Best for advanced exercisers, Pilates enthusiasts or women with developed body awareness, the Skinny Jeans Workout is ideal for friends, family or solo participants looking to push their bodies in new ways. Re-register and be determination to look your best in your favourite pair of jeans. While it may not be bikini season yet, you can wear your fall wardrobe with the earned confidence to shine through the layers.
To register or get the Skinny Jeans workout at your location email email@example.com. Classes are limited to 10 participants.
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