Step #1: Tip your head back and divide the hair in three equal sections, 1-2 in (2.5-5 cm) away from the hairline. You work the Dutch-braid technique underhanded, so hold your fingers upward. Take the left section underneath into the middle. This is your new middle section. Step #2: Take the right side section andContinue reading “5 Easy Steps: Dutch Braid Faux Hawk”
Our lips have just three layers of skin cells, compared to the 16 layers on most of the face.
Sprint Cross-Country Seal Power Knee Mountain Climber X-Jack The Mummy Reach Burpee Squat High Knee Jump Lunge
Step #1: Take three sections of hair at the front hairline. Cross the lower section over the middle section, away from the face. Step #2: Take the section from the top of your head and let it down over the middle section, creating the “drop-out” section. Step #3: Twist the bottom section over the drop-outContinue reading “5 Easy Steps: Twisted Waterfall Braid”
We use our hands constantly, so they need protection. Avoid harsh soaps and extremes of temperature, and wear protective gloves for housework and gardening—and take advantage of the range of moisturizers nature provides.
Rest for one minute after each round. Sprint Mountain Climber Cross Jack Crab Touch Side Suicides Tiger Push Up Skater Jump Russian Twist
Unlike doing endless crunches that focus only on the six-pack abs (rectus abdominis), these exercises together create a set that will attack your entire core. Let me know how the core killer set works out for you! V-Up Double Cross Reach Sprinter Sit Up Plank Punch
For all levels, do one set. Sprint Jumping Jack Squat The Mummy Sprinter Sit-Up X-Jack Push Up Pike
Rest for 30 seconds between each round. Squat Reverse Lunge Jump Lunge Squat Jump
Each set in this workout is engineered to work as many muscle groups as possible, super-charging your metabolism. Remember form is especially important – quality trumps quantity! Sprint Cross-Country Seal X-Jack Mountain Climber Squat Reverse lunge Squat Jump Jump Lunge Power Knee Burpee Tiger Push-Up