Low-Impact High-Results Lower Body Toning (Video Workout)

by Belinda on July 11, 2016

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Every day I get messages from beautiful women wondering if they can ever look and feel great again.

Often times they’ve had children and are busy juggling work and family. 

As the years go by we find our body and hormones change. 

What used to work – no longer does! 

So we start gaining weight and become less active – which makes starting all over again feel really hard.

Add challenges like bothersome knees or hips, an illness or health setback…and it is easy to feel like giving up.

But please don’t give up!!

There is so much you can do to start feeling a LOT better – today.

To encourage you that you can turn your body around despite the challenges, I recently interviewed Lotty via Facebook Live.

Lotty shared her inspiring story of how, despite advanced arthritis in both hips, she has created a kick-butt body. 

Here’s the interview below plus the Low-Impact High-Results Workout we filmed afterwards. 

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The Workout

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1. If you have any injuries or health issues please run this workout past your doctor or specialist prior for their OK.

2. Always listen to your body and stay within the range of motion and repetitions that feel comfortable for you.

3. Go at your own pace, don’t rush

4. Enjoy it! 

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1. Do some gentle lower body stretches before and afterwards.

2. Beginners: Do all the exercises once through.

2. More Advanced: Do Standing Circuit twice through, then do Floor Circuit twice through.

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The Exercises

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Standing Circuit

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1. Chair Squat: Beginner 10, Intermediate 15, Advanced (Modified One Leg): 10 each leg

2. Reverse Lunge: Beginner 8-10 each leg, Intermediate/Advanced 14-20 each leg

3. Curtsy Squat: Beginner 6-8 each side, Intermediate/Advanced 14 each side

4. Touch Down: Beginner 8 each leg, Intermediate/Advanced 12 each side

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Floor Circuit

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1. Hip Extension: Beginner 8-10, Intermediate 14, Advanced 20

2. Bent Leg Extension: Beginner 8-10, Intermediate/Advanced 15

3. Straight Leg Extension: Beginner 8-10, Intermediate/Advanced 15

4. Arm and Leg Extension: Beginner 14-20 (count 1 each side), Intermediate/Advanced: 12 each side

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I hope you enjoyed this workout as much as we did filming it for you!

If you’ve been struggling with trying to lose weight and get a lean, defined and toned body, it’s not your fault. This doesn’t have to be a hit and miss thing. I’ve done the work for you by developing a proven system that thousands of women around the world have successfully used to transform – to achieve their best body.

Even if you think you’ve tried everything I guarantee my work will open your eyes to how easy this really is. Think of it like a blueprint for your own ultimate body. Yes, it still requires some effort but I’ve made it as easy as it can possibly get.

It simply requires being open to change and rethinking your approach.

Please let me know if this blog has helped you by posting below and if you have questions – I am here to listen and answer!

Bel xo

PS. If you’d like a plan to follow with personalized support, a road map to getting in great shape — then please check out my Get Lean Program. It’s a 12 week complete transformational program that literally takes you by the hand and walks you step by step to losing weight, getting rid of cellulite and building lean, body toning muscle — in a healthy and sustainable way. You deserve the best that life has to offer and I’m here to help you make it happen.

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Suzanne June 24, 2017 at 1:53 pm

Do you have a routine for the upper body? I’m doing your lower body routine at the moment – an upper body workout to go with it would be great.

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Belinda June 24, 2017 at 7:08 pm

Hi Suzanne I have this mini routine on Facebook: Banish The Bra Fat. On my Get Lean Program we have full body, upper, lower and core plus stretching Pilates and Yoga. I’d love to coach you! XO

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Arasi June 15, 2017 at 11:22 pm

Very good explanation and video demonstration. Can you please modify the video recordings so that we could download and use it during our workout?

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Belinda June 15, 2017 at 11:24 pm

Hi Arasi, thank you and great to hear! When you join my Get Lean Program you’ll have access to over 100 workouts which you can download or watch online. XO

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Sam Ferrara January 6, 2017 at 7:34 pm

Wow Bel!
I did this workout yesterday at the advanced level.
I LOVED IT!
My butt and quads are nice and sore today!
I’ve spoken to you via email before, and doing this workout has assured me that this is the plan for me!
The plan I’m currently doing is becoming a bit too “full on” for my physical limitations – my post fusion spine simply can’t move in the manner many of the exercises dictate.
Your moves are slow, deliberate and FUNCTIONAL. And they hurt delightfully the next day!
You’ve won me! See you in the member’s area, girl!!

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Belinda January 6, 2017 at 9:32 pm

Hey Sam!! Great to hear :) I’m looking forward to having you on the program. I’ll be doing a post-surgery follow-up interview with Lotty and a new workout in a couple of week so look at for that too. When you join make sure you post in the forum so I can help you get started! Bel XO

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Hayley July 15, 2016 at 5:07 am

Great workout video. I have recently had a minor stroke at 35 years old and I am missing working out. I’ll definitely be talking to my consultant at the stroke on the 25th of this month. Any advice would be awesome Belinda

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Belinda July 15, 2016 at 2:41 pm

Hi Haley, sorry to hear about the minor stroke and hoping you’re making a good recovery. Please check with your consultant and feel free to send me an update via my Help Desk :) Sending you a big hug of encouragement. Bel XO

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Lauri July 15, 2016 at 12:07 am

Hi Belinda!

How many days a week should or could we do this workout?

Also, could it be combined with any other work outs we may already be doing?

Thank you so much!

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Belinda July 15, 2016 at 1:12 am

Hi Lauri! Great question :)

It depends on a few factors, your fitness level and what types of other workouts you’re doing. If you’re not doing any dedicated lower body routines, then 3 times a week is ideal. But just to be sure could you please send me a message via my Help Desk so I can check what would be best for you? Talk soon! Bel XO

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Gail kable July 12, 2016 at 10:36 pm

Going to be trying these thank u so much

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Belinda July 12, 2016 at 10:51 pm

Hi Gail, awesome – thank you for letting me know and please keep me updated on your results :) Bel xo

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Jennelle Thurtell July 12, 2016 at 5:40 pm

I can’t get on your lean body link to look at your program.
Thank you
Jennelle

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Belinda July 12, 2016 at 5:48 pm

Hi Jannelle, thanks for letting me know – please check this link: Get Lean Program and let me know that is works :) You can also contact me via the Help Desk with any questions :) Bel xo

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