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Contributing Editor Selene Yeager demonstrates Standing Side-Overs, which work the sides of the abdominals
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Selene Yeager: Hi, I'm Selene Yeager, Contributing Fitness Editor to Prevention magazine. This move is called the Standing Side-Over. It targets the hard to tone oblique or love handle area as well as that equally hard to tone of outer thigh area. To do it you simply just stand with your feet close together and put your hands behind your head, then you're going to simultaneously lift the left leg while bending towards the left sides.
Use in those obliques for the motion and just tapping down with your foot, to come to a standstill before going into the next rep. Do it 8 to 10 times and then switch side.
To make the move easier or fill in some challenge, you can place your right hand on the back of a chair just slightly not leaning on it. Put your hand behind your head and again you're just going to bring your left side over to the left by lifting that left leg. Using those obliques to control the move. Do 8 to 10 reps and then switch sides.
To make the move harder, take an exercise band, loop that around your legs at the ankles. You don't want it too tight, that it's cutting off circulation, but it should be just nice and taut while you're feet are together. Put your hands behind your head and again a little bit of the resistance this time, as you lift to the outside and bend to the left. 8 to 10 reps and then switch sides.
If you want an even greater challenge, then you can go ahead and use a band with more resistance. If you want a little less challenge, you can get a lighter band.