Do you want a Tight Ass?

10 years ago

Is it time to rejuvenate those New Year’s resolutions? Do you want be able to have a beautiful ass by the summer?

Iowa Avenue challenges you to “Take off” to a Tighter Ass, for incentive to gain a tighter butt. Who doesn’t want that?

Combining lunges and squats with your current aerobic workout, is the best way to a tight ass. How many lunges do you think you can do in a day? 10? 25? 50? 100?

How many lunges and squats do you think you can do over the course of two months? Let’s find out…………………….:)

Rules:

1. Set a goal for how many lunges and squats you'll be able to do in the next two months. I set the goal of doing 70 per day x 60 days, which totals 4200 lunges and squats.

Do them at home; while cooking dinner, washing your face, watching TV, or even making the bed. You can do squats at the office (oh, you might look a little strange, but you’ll be the one with the tight ass), on the way to your car, or even while waiting in line at the grocery store. Hey, if anyone asks, just say you’re working on getting a tight ass, and they might join you…….)

2. Record your progress in your Iowa Avenue profile. By using the dietticker, you can get a tracker widget and put it on your profile page. If you want to look at a sample, take a look at my page.

3. That’s it. Now, the fun begins.

To perform the lunge, the individual stands with their feet shoulder-width apart, and then steps forward, landing with the heel first. The knee should be exactly at 90 degrees and directly over the toes. The motion is continued until the back knee is nearly touching the ground. Then they return to their starting position by driving upward forward with the front leg, and repeat the exercise by stepping forward with their other leg. Courtesy of Wikipedia

And then the squat: The squat is performed by bending the legs at the knees and hips, lowering the torso between the legs, and then reversing direction to stand up straight again. The torso remains relatively upright throughout the movement. It acts as a supporting structure, unlike its role in the deadlift. Proper technique is critical, otherwise very serious injuries or gradual injury over a period of time can occur. The back must maintain its natural curvature and not "round out" (excessive lumbar or thoracic kyphosis), otherwise excess strain can be placed on the spine and cause serious injury. Lifting belts can be used to help support the lower back. Courtesy of Wikipedia

Now, make sure you tell all of your friends what you're doing, and feel free to have them take up the challenge, too. The more tight asses the merrier.

So, it’s one week until the challenge starts; you still have time to rest…………………………………………………………:)

But, in one week, and as always,

It’s about a healthy lifestyle.

Iowa Avenue

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