Chartered Physiotherapist, APPI Pilates instructor, Fitness, Heath and Lifestyle Influencer
This is a lean back and shoulders, 5 minute home workout, that is part of the 7 day hourglass shape plan called, Feel Good Fit Factory Prep Guide. These back, shoulder and upper body exercises will help you lose back fat, get lean toned shoulders and slim arms at home. All you need is a long resistance band or dumbbell, but you can do this with no equipment as well. For the best back and shoulder results, ?join the Feel Good Fit Factory transformation guide starting 5th September! Get 3 months for the price of 1 (£9.99) and a free trial. Sale ends 11th September.
0:00 Lean Back & Shoulders Exercise
0:12 Feel Good Fit Factory Guide
0:41 Your Workout Results
1:29 Our Biggest Giveaway
1:42 Sculpting Back & Shoulders Workout for Women
6:45 Complete Workout
Disclaimer: Please remember that we cannot spot reduce fat, meaning we can’t choose the areas on our body where we loose fat. However to get fat loss results I recommend the following:
1. Being in calorie deficit
2. Cardio/ HIIT workout (I often call these Fat Loss/Burn workouts on my channel)
3. Resistance training and specific muscle targeted workouts. To strengthen and develop specific muscles.
I have hundreds of other home workouts available on my channel, so you can pick and choose which workouts you want to do, to not only make you build a strong body, but also feel amazing.
Please remember every body is different and we all progress at different rates. The fact that you have shown up and completed this workout is incredible. You should be very proud of yourself for taking the steps to improve not only your physical, but also your mental health.
The key to achieving your fitness and health goals is consistency and healthy lifestyle changes, without restriction. I don’t believe in crazy fad diets. Simply eat nutritious food, move your body, smile and enjoy the journey! Love Lilly
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