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Saturday Morning Drills: Legs of a Dancer

Dancers are elegant and graceful when on stage, but off stage they can be total gym rats. In ballet those delicate moves are possible because the dancers pay much attention to their fitness, especially their core and legs.

If you’ve been looking for a way to get more shapely, sexy, toned legs, then this workout from the new FuseDance Cardio Lean will get you started.

Watch the video and follow my lead to knock out a workout first thing this morning and give you the energy to take on your entire weekend!

Perform these fabulous exercises to get beautiful long, lean, toned legs of a dancer and have fun all at the same time!

1. Start with a ballet attitude in front and to the side with the supporting leg slightly bent.

2. Next, add an abdominal crunch to the attitude in front as you bring your knee towards the arms as your crunch forwards.

3. Repeat to the other side.

Muscles targeted are the glutes, quads, hamstrings and abdominals. These exercises are taken from my new video FuseDance Cardio Lean.

See more videos and fitness guidance from Tracey Mallett here at DietsInReview.com.

July 28th, 2012

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