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Victoria Beckham Leg Workout With Her Trainer

Get the Bod: Victoria Beckham's Legs

Victoria Beckham turns 38 today! And the former Spice Girl has more than a great fashion sense — she's got great gams, too. Check out these three leg-toning exercises we learned directly from her trainer, Ronald Jean. Watch the video for the deets on these multitasking moves, and then be sure to work them into your workout routine.

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Victoria Beckham has amazing legs and she knows how to use them. So we've brought in Ronald Gene, who's trained both David and Victoria, to show us 3 moves you can do at home to get those beautiful lean legs. Join Fit Sugar as we go one on one with celebrity trainers, as they show us how to get the bod of their famous clients. First move we're gonna do today, I call it the Atlas body chop. The main reason we do this move, cause this move require your whole leg to work along with your oblique and your back. Let's have your left hand behind your head, okay. So, we're going to do a squat. As you squat down, I want the opposite elbow to the opposite knee. So it's going to be your left elbow to the right knee, just like that. Good. We're gonna do multiple moves, we're gonna keep going. Good. Even though you're twisting, it's your upper body doing the twist that knots your legs. Then, two more. Now, what's the common mistake people make while doing this move? Last one. The common mistake they do as they squat down, they tend to lift the the heels off the ground and also, even though you're twisting, it's your upper body doing the twisting, not your legs. Next one we're gonna do is gonna be the sit down squat. The reason I have the chair behind me, so when you squat, you can use the proper form and you can take away the fear of falling down, cause you know you have a safety net. I'm also going lower than I probably would. Exactly, because you know the chair is there. To catch me. Yes. Good. To increase the intensity, do it on one leg. Go ahead right there, and we come up. Good. This one down, perfect, and you come up. So, the next move we're going to do is going to be side plant with leg raises. We're going to keep our knees down. We're going to be lifting leg up and like this. Good. And you want to make sure you tuck in your belly button in. Okay, good. And try and keep that shoulder back. That position to side there, while you keep your hip elevated. This requires obliques to work, as you can feel it engaging your stomach right here. And as you can feel the outer thigh here engage and as we lift this one up and down, we're working the inner and outer thigh on this leg. If it's getting too hard for Zee, what I want her to do, you can put the opposite hand down, do just like this and continue to do movement. Ronald, thank you for sharing your secrets with us today. You're welcome. My thing is, if you can move, you can work out. So true. See you next time we Get The Bod on FitSugarTV.

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