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Lower Body and Core Workout Exercise Videos

Now you can get specific tips about how to get leaner faster. We recommend you view them before starting a new exercise program.

Please also view our disclaimer before commencing any of these upper body and core exercises.

Difficulty Rating (DR) Each exercise has a difficulty rating between 1 and 5: see below for explanation.

List of Exercises

Click on one of the exercises below to be taken directly to the video.

1. Alternating Superman20. Round The Clock Lunge
2. Alternating Superman Variation21. Russian Twist with Dumbbell
3. Bridge on the Ball22. Seated Posture Trainer With Leg Extensions
4. Cross Over Step Ups23. Side Lunge
5. Forward Lunge24. Squats With Leg Lifts
6. Forward and Reverse Walking Lunges With Twist25. Static Lunge
7. Front Lying Leg Lift Variations26. Static Side Lunge
8. Horse Stance Horizontal 27. Step Ups
9. Horse Stance Vertical 28. Sumo Squat
10. How To Kneel On Ball 29. Supine Hip Extension Variations
11. Knee Up To Reverse Lunge 30. Supine Leg Extensions On Ball
12. Kneeling On Swiss Ball 31. Supine Lumbar Twists With Ball Between Feet
13. Leg Extensions on Ball 32. Supine Single Leg Hip Extensions With Ball
14. Lumbar Twists 33. Supine Single Leg Hip Extensions With Knee Bend
15. Lumbar Twists With Ball By Feet 34. Supine Single Leg Hip Lifts With Ball
16. On Ball Hip Extension 35. Walking Forward Lunge
17. Plie Squats With Dumbbells 36. Walking Reverse Lunge
18. Reverse Lunge 37. Walking Squats
19. Reverse Lunge with Kick




















Difficulty Rating (DR)

Each exercise has a difficulty rating between 1 and 5.

Ratings of 1 and 2 mean an exercise requires less concentration and balance skills, is uncomplicated and doesn’t tire you out quickly. A rating of 4 or 5 means the exercise is challenging in all ways.

We recommend you perform exercises marked with higher rating at the start of your workout, with lower rated movements performed at the end. Always do your abdominal, lower back, and postural exercises at the end of your session.

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