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How To Get An Hourglass Figure At Home

If an hour glass figure is something you desire... you have to do this workout! Most people associate an hour glass figure with a tight tummy, but there is so much more to it than that! If you want a true hourglass figure you need to have defined shoulders, a broad back and a big booty. A flat stomach helps too... but at some point your genetics will stop your stomach from shrinking (there is a rib cage in there you know).

Whether you are trying to lose weight and shape an hourglass figure or you need to gain weight to get those curves... you can do it! You will just have to work hard.

If you want to build muscle, you need to work for it! Lift weights that challenge you. You should feel the burn by the last two to three reps of each set during this workout.

Feel free to follow along with the written workout below or follow along with the video:

Do three sets of each circuit:

A. Squat - Bicep Curl into Shoulder Press (15 reps)
B. Single Arm Narrow Row (15 reps each)

A. Curtsy Lunges (20 reps)
B. Flat Back Rotation Row (15 reps)
C. Upright Row (15 reps)

A. Weighted Bulgarian Lunges (10 reps)
B. Jumping Bulgarian Lunges (10 reps)
C. Elevated Bridge Pulses (20 reps)