Jen Selter is Instagram’s biggest star. The model has over eight and a half million followers, all because she has a body that’s eight and a half million times better than average. But it’s not that she’s born with it. Jen works on her figure everyday, and shares with all of us her top exercises she uses religiously to stay in 8-million-followers shape.
“Place your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart with your knees and toes pointed outward. Keeping your abs tightly drawn in, slowly descend by bending at your knees and hips in a squatting motion.Continue to slowly lower yourself as far as you can control without letting your body shift towards your toes. Once in the downward position and as far as you can go down, start the pulses. Rise up and descend no more than about 6 inches, repeating this motion 10-15 times.” Jen Recommend doing 3 sets of 20 reps.
“To begin this exercise; start off with your knees on the floor in a kneeling push-up position. Raise your right leg until your hamstrings are parallel with your back maintaining the 90-degree level squeezing your glutes throughout the movement. Hold this position for a few seconds and return back to the starting position followed by alternating the exercises with the other leg.” Jen Recommend doing 4 sets of 15 reps per leg.
“Start off setting up a flat bench vertically.
“Get down on all four, keeping your working-side foot flexed and knee bent. Open your right leg out to your side until your inner thigh is parallel with the floor. Contract your abs and squeeze glutes on top. Keep your knee off the ground when returning back to the starting position to maintain tension.” Jen Recommend doing 4 sets of 20 reps per leg.
“Place your feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart with your knees and toes pointed outward. Keeping your abs tightly drawn in, slowly descend by bending at your knees and hips in a squatting motion. Continue to slowly lower yourself as far as you can control without letting your body shift towards your toes. When you reach starting position, lift your left leg as high as you can directly to the side of you. Then lower it back with control.” Jen Recommend doing 3 sets of 10 reps per leg.
“Put a chair in front of you. Grab the back of the seat with both hands for balance. Lean forward slightly and raise your right leg directly behind you as high as you can, keeping your knee straight but not locked. Squeeze the glutes on top.” Jen Recommend doing 3 sets of 20 reps per leg.
“Lie flat on the floor with the lower back pressed into the ground
“Place the forearms on the ground with the elbows aligned below the shoulders, and arms parallel to the body at about shoulder-width distance. If flat palms bother your wrists, clasp your hands together.” Jen recommends doing 4 sets of 15 reps.