Yourwellness Magazine Outlines Simple Exercises for Sexier Abs

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With Jodie Marsh recently revealing ultra-toned abs in a series of Instagram photos, Yourwellness Magazine outlined simple exercises for sexier abs.

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Jodie Marsh recently flaunted her ultra-toned abs in a series of revealing Instagram shots that highlighted the definition of muscles, The Daily Star reported November 12th. The article, “Even Arnie would be jealous! Jodie Marsh rocks abs of steel in her undies,” noted that the glamour model captioned one of the pictures with ‘Be fit, be strong, be healthy, be HAPPY!’ in reference to her new Facebook campaign to help combat cyber-bullying. Marsh commented, ‘I think bullying can be stopped to a point. All it needs is enough people to go, “Hang on a minute, you're right. This is not acceptable. Why are we tolerating this?’” (

Following on from Marsh’s ab photo reveal, Yourwellness Magazine explained how to achieve sexier abs through simple exercises. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘One of the biggest weight and fitness goals that women have is to tone up their abs. Having a flat, toned and sexy stomach seems like a direct route to sexual wellness and wellbeing, and so women are often desperate to find that magic formula to help them achieve these. Not all exercises lead to nicer abs, however, and you need to ensure that you are targeting your core muscles if you want to have that movie star and athlete style of flat, toned tummy.’ (

Yourwellness Magazine outlined three tips for toning abs:

1. Burn off fat. It’s hard to see any muscle definition if the tummy is covered in fat, so cardiovascular exercise and a healthy diet is required.
2. The belly button to the spine move. Practise pulling the belly button in towards the spine on a daily basis. This trains the tummy to be naturally pulled in in the middle.
3. Downward dog with a plank. Keep switching between plank and downward dog for tight and toned abs.

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