In this session, Copeland does not have you reaching for dumbbells to get your bicep curl on. She actually utilizes a lot of plank variations to leverage your body weight. Some examples include toe taps while you're in a downward-facing plank, side-facing planks, and knee-ups. Throughout this workout, Copeland also has you move into different yoga poses like downward dog or child's pose. This is great to get some blood flow and mobility going between harder moves. Your upper body consists of so many different muscles groups, and this workout contributes to strengthening the area in unique ways.
Copeland counts along with you and encourages you throughout this workout. Even when the going gets tough, she's right there with you, and you'll be done before you know it.
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