One of the biggest mistakes I see people make when starting to work out (or jumping back into exercise after taking a break), is that they want to go right into the 2.0 level stuff they see people doing on Instagram or at the gym. They think that if it doesn’t look like it’ll kill you, how can it make you stronger? The truth is, though, that you need to learn how to plank before you burpee; otherwise you can hurt yourself or cause imbalances in your body.
Start, instead, by building a solid foundation, and for my female clients, that means focusing on their hip area and core, which includes your abs and back. These muscle groups combine to form the powerhouse of the female body, so any strength-building workout for women should target them both.
So, if you’re looking for a workout plan for women that is good for all levels and will help you tone up from head to toe, try doing the 25 moves from this video.
Athlete model – Cassandra Martin @casssmartin