Jenna Dewan Tatum's got a bod, a career and a hubby (Hi, Channing!) worth envying. We can't help much on the other two, but we did get the secret to her bod: These dance-based toners. Try 'em for yourself!
1. How she got that body
"These dance-based toners combine resistance training and flexibility work, which helps you get a lean, sculpted look," Jenna's trainer, Jennifer Johnson (@iamjjdancer), said.
Try them three times a week, 20 reps of each.
2. The hot hinge
Stand with feet wide, a dumbbell in each hand, arms overhead, palms together. Lower weights behind head, elbows at ears, until forearms are parallel to floor; raise weights and extend arms in front of you as you lean back (as shown). Return to start; repeat. Do reps. Works shoulders, triceps, abs, hips, hamstrings.
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3. The sculpt-it-all kick
Stand with feet hip-width apart, a weight in each hand, right arm out to side and left hand by chin. Lunge right leg behind you and to left. Kick right leg high as you press left arm up (as shown). Return to start; do reps. Repeat on opposite side. Works shoulders, arms, abs, butt, thighs.
4. The around the world
From all fours, raise right knee out and toward right elbow; reach left hand in front of right arm to tap right knee. Sweep right knee behind you, circling left hand around to tap right foot (as shown). Return to start; do reps. Repeat on opposite side. Works shoulders, abs, obliques, hips, butt.
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5. The pump it up
Stand holding a resistance band behind you, right hand overhead, left hand at butt, elbows bent, band taut. Extend right arm up and left arm down (as shown); return to start; do reps. Extend arms diagonally out to sides; return to start; do reps. Repeat on opposite side. Works shoulders, triceps, back.
6. The super flye
Stand with feet wide, holding a resistance band in both hands; hinge forward so back is almost parallel to floor, pulling hands out to sides so band is taut. Raise arms, squeezing shoulder blades together, until band is at chest (as shown). Return to start; repeat. Do reps. Works shoulders, triceps, back, chest.
This article originally appeared on Self.com.