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The 53-year-old uses a bath towel for a multi-move workout, which includes doing a squat, press, and jump-through burpee, overhead towel Bulgarian back lunge and a mega plyo skater.
Halle says this quick workout helps to isolate muscles in the abdomen, which can "ignite" your core. This is also a workout that can be performed pretty much anywhere, with no gym needed.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork notes the most important group of muscles in the body is your core and says, "Halle is on to something."
Get an even more in-depth look at Halle's workout regime from her trainer Peter Lee Thomas, who showed The Doctors how Halle targets her midsection without having to use weights, in the video below! Plus, the celebrity trainer showed us how to get a 3-in-1 workout using your body, a set of weights, and a yoga mat.