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Arm Pump Leg Lift for Tighter Abs




To do the Arm Pump Leg Lift for tighter abs workout, follow these simple instructions.

1. Lay flat on your back with your hands to your sides and your legs straight.

2. Lift your arm to be directly next to your body and lift your head about 2 inches from the floor.

3. Lift your legs to a 45 degree angle and hold them there.

4. Now PUMP!  Move your arms up and down about 2 inches.  Do this 100 times.

5. Lower your legs, arms, and head back to the laying position.

6. Rest for 60 seconds.

7. Repeat!

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