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"It doesn't take a lot to create change as long as you are consistent," she says, explaining 7 10-minute sessions during the week will be more beneficial than 1 60-minute weekly workout.
Her three moves will help keep you moving, raise your heart rate, and can help to lower your stress levels. The areas she suggests working out include:
Lower body - She likes doing squats to train the glutes and strengthen the lower body muscles
Upper body - For this area, Jennifer says a bent-over row, helps work the back muscles and improves posture
Core - From the floor, she likes raising the knee towards the chest, which leads to better balance and posture
The fitness expert says to do each of these moves -- one after the other without rest -- for a total of 12 to 20 reps for 3 sets. "It's a great way to make it happen, no matter your day," she adds.
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