Fitness – Intense Pilates for Abs, Obliques and Legs

June 21, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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For my flat-abs guide, go to: www.TrainWithNiki.com This workout is a great alternative for those “lazy” days when you’re not in the spirit of pushing yourself super hard. It targets your abs, obliques, and legs. Completing this workout will still give you results if you use your maximum effort and will challenge almost everyone (even the boys)! Try this workout out in the convenience of your home and let me know what you thought about it! Get in touch with me through other social networks Website: www.TrainWithNiki.com Facebook Group TrainWithNiki Twitter: @TrainWithNiki YouTube Channel: TrainWithNiki

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3 Responses to “Fitness – Intense Pilates for Abs, Obliques and Legs”
  1. Flyyyy says:

    All that is missing is you wearing a micro-bikini….without the shoes…..and oiled up a bit. If you do that, you have the chance to be the next Denise Austin…….that business model worked pretty well for her didn’t it?

    As of now, with this video, you are just another fitness chick doing ab work . BORING!!!!!!

  2. TrainWithNiki says:

    @ajefri No problem, glad you liked it! 🙂

  3. ajefri says:

    Great video! I love how you repeat from different angles. Tried it today and loved it! Thanks

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