7 Fun and Effective Exercises for Problem Areas ...

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If you are tired of exercising to no avail, it's time to learn some fun and effective exercises for problem areas.

However, here's the twist, I'm not providing step-by-step instructions for specific exercises, because let's be honest—it's boring!

I'm explaining why you should try this list of concepts that will help you.

So, let's begin the fun and effective exercises for problem areas.

1. Hula Hoop

Hula Hoop

Hula hoops provide you with a series of effective exercises for problem areas.

I'm serious.

It works your abs, hips, and your arms.

It's fun, and you can literally do this anywhere.

Since you're having fun and acting silly and random, it doesn't feel like a workout.

You can even initiate a hula hoop contest with your kids.2

2. Zumba

Zumba

Clearly, the craze that began with “Dirty Dancing” has really caught on.

Zumba offers a series of Latin dances that target all problem areas.

You have the option to join a class or get your own DVDs.

It's also possible for you to utilize free videos online to become involved with a program.

3. Just Dance!

Just Dance!

It's not just a game;

it's exercise.

As you are trying to match the footsteps and movements displayed in the game, you are targeting your abs, thighs, and arms.2

While you're fighting to keep up, you are getting effective exercise.

Since it's a game, you forget this completely, and it doesn't feel like work.

4. Belly Dancing

Belly Dancing

A friend of mine posted recently that she started a belly dancing class.

It heightened my curiosity.

I learned that belly dancing, although I'm not coordinated enough to do it professionally, is fun!

And it really works your abs and your hips.

Like Shakira says, “The hips don't lie!”

5. Ain't No Mountain High Enough!

Ain't No Mountain High Enough!

If you live in an area in which there are mountains or even trails, you should try hiking.

There are several resting points throughout these areas in case you become tired.

Hiking works your entire body.

The added bonus is that you get to enjoy breathtaking scenery.

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