Try These Three Body Sculpting Home Workouts

Hey guys, this week, I wanted to share with you three body-sculpting at home workouts. These workouts target the lower body, upper body and abs. I hope that you enjoy them!

Workout 1: Killer at Home Lower Body Workout

Muscles Worked: Quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes

Difficulty: All levels

Equipment needed: Dumbbells, GH Roller (or towel), step-up, mat, resistance band

Instructions: Perform every exercise for the given reps/sets, rest for 1 minute in between sets. During the deadlift, squat and lunge, you want to really lean into the exercise and feel the stretch on the glutes (during the squat, deadlift and lunge) and hamstrings (during the deadlift). Make sure to squeeze the glutes during the bridge, banded kickback and hip abduction for more glutes growth.

Workout 2: Sculpted Upper Body Workout

Muscles worked: Back, shoulders, chest and triceps

Difficulty: All levels

Equipment needed: Dumbbells, mat

Instructions: Rest for 1 minute in between sets. Make sure to keep your core tight throughout all the exercises in this workout. During the row and single-arm exercises, make sure to keep the elbow tucked in, a slight arch in the lower back and an upright chest. If the push-up is too difficult, you can substitute for a knee-push up.

Workout 3: Strong Abs Workout

Muscles worked: Core (abs, lower back and hips)

Difficulty: Beginner-friendly

Equipment needed: Mat

Instructions: Rest for 1 minute in between exercises. During the plank and side plank, you want to engage the abs by keeping the core tight (think about pulling your belly-button into your spine). Make sure to keep the arms and legs straight during the bird dog exercise (if this is too easy, try this advanced version).

I hope that you enjoyed these three at home workouts, please let me know what you thought about them in the comments below!

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