Fitness Clubs Washington DC

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Jazzercise Washington DC SW Health and Wellness Center HH Humphrey Bldg
(301) 215-7797
200 Independence Ave. SW.
Washington, DC
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Jazzercise

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Jazzercise Washington DC Convention Center YWCA National Capital Area
(540) 846-2592
624 9th St. NW.
Washington, DC
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Jazzercise

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Sports Club La the
(202) 974-6600
2 M St NW
Washington, DC
 
One to one Fitness Inc
(202) 383-8765
555 13th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
One To One Fitness
(202) 383-8765
555 13th St NW
Washington, DC
 
Lexington Fitness Center
(202) 638-3546
400 8th St NW
Washington, DC
 
Ywca Fitness and Acquatics Ctr
(202) 626-0710
624 9th St Nw Ste 200
Washington, DC
 
One To One Fitness Center
(202) 347-5347
555 13th St NW Ste C112
Washington, DC
 
St Johns Community Ctr
(202) 547-5026
305 E St NW
Washington, DC
 
Gregory Redmon
(202) 328-9669
1404 5th St Nw
Washington, DC
 
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The Yoga Workout for Flat Abs

Yoga poses to get that perfect flat stomach.

Yoga works your whole body-mind, body, and spirit. These poses will engage your abs as well as help you feel relaxed and renewed. Stretches that elongate your abdominals will help create that strong, lean middle. Doing yoga regularly will improve your flexibility, posture, and strength, while giving you that fringe benefit you’re looking for-sculpted abs muscles. Try these yoga moves.

Mountain Tilt
Stand with your arms at your side and your feet hip-width apart. Your toes should face forward. Raise your arm above your head, pointing your fingers upwards. Bend sideways at the waist, extending up and out to your left. Hold for a few seconds and return to center. Repeat on the right side. Do 3 to 5 times

Triangle Pose
Stand tall with your feet 3-feet apart. Turn your left foot out 90 degrees while keeping your right foot pointing forward. Extend your arms out to either side at shoulder height. Bend to your right at your waist, keeping your chest facing forward, and place your right hand on your shin as your left arm reaches up. Your eyes should look skyward (if this hurts your neck, look down). Hold for 15 seconds and return to the starting position. Switch feet and sides. Do 3 times on each side.

Torso Stretch
Lie on your belly, hands flat on the floor close to your chest. Lift your upper body by pressing the tops of your feet and shins into the floor as you press your hands into the floor and straighten your arms. Breathe. Hold for 40 seconds.

Tree Pose
Stand with feet planted, arms at sides and body in alignment (ears over shoulders, shoulders over hips, hips over ankles).  Inhale and bend the right leg, pulling the heel up until it rests on the inside of the left thigh.  Get your balance and hold this position, then slowly push arms overhead, palms touching each other.  Press the knee back without moving the hips.  Hold this for 30 seconds then switch sides. Repeat 2-3 times.

Bending Forward Pose
Sit with your legs together stretched straight in front of you. Point your toes. Inhale and stretch toward your toes with your finger tips, keeping your body long and extended. Hold for thirty seconds. Breathe normally. Return to the starting position. Repeat.

Butterfly Pose
Sit on the floor stretching straight up through your spine. Bring the heels of your feet together, with your knees bent and pointing out to the sides. Let your legs open towards the floor to a position where you are comfortable. Hold your feet in your hands and slowly stretch forward.

Bridge Pose
Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet hip-width apart. Rest your arms at your side. Using your abdominal, lift your hips as far as you can off the floor. Your head, shoulders, and arms should remain on the floor. Keep your thighs parallel. Hold. Repeat 5 times.

Locust Pose
Lie on your stomach so that your chin is on the floor and your arms are extended in front of you. Engag...

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