Best Oblique Exercise – Get Rid of Muffin Top and Love Handles While Sculpting Your Arms

Here is a sneak peak at one of the full-body toning exercises featured in the ALL NEW Go Sleeveless DVD.  I call this one the ‘Canadian Twist’, because it’s a new and improved version of an old school exercise called the ‘Russian Twist’, and since I am Canadian, I figure the name fits.

I created this exercise to help really tighten up your entire midsection, hitting the abs and obliques, and the low back all at once – enabling you to eliminate love handles and muffin top, while sculpting your upper arms at the same time.  While you do the same amount of work as the Russian Twist, this exercise will give you TWICE the results.  That’s because the simple act of using a resistance band makes your muscles work twice as hard because you need to overcome the increasing tension as you rotate.  A Russian Twist with a medicine ball only requires you to balance the weight, and even a cable machine won’t give you the same effect because the resistance doesn’t increase the further away you rotate.

This move really works the triceps and upper arms too, which you wouldn’t think it does just by looking at it.  However, as it forces you to lock out your shoulders and arms, it hits them isometrically (working the muscle while not moving) and will make a huge difference at how firm your upper arms feel.

Remember, the Go Sleeveless System has many new, never-before seen exercises that will help you sculpt your upper arms – but that DOES NOT come at the expense of the rest of your body – as this exercise proves.

The New Go Sleeveless System It is packed with complete Arm Sculpting workouts, and Full Body Workouts, and over 90% of the exercises are entirely new – many of them created and designed by yours truly – such as this Canadian Twist.

The complete version of this exercise, and all the sets and reps and detailed instructions can be found in the ALL NEW Go Sleeveless System coming soon to DVD.

Stay Tuned,

Coach Rylan