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miwsbaby:

I took these one minute apart.

Not everything is as it seems in pictures. Just because someone looks fantastic in a photo doesn’t mean that’s how they always look. Don’t let fantastic, seemingly unachievable pictures of fitspo, and befores and afters, fool you. Posture, lighting, and “sucking it in” play a pretty huge part in what you see.

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the-exercist:

Split Squat with Rear Lateral Raise

A Stand on left foot approximately 3 feet in front of a bench with top of right foot on the bench. Hold a 10- to 15-pound dumbbell in each hand by sides, palms facing in.

B Slowly bend left leg into a lunge, keeping left heel on the ground and left knee in line with the second toe of left foot. Leaning forward just slightly, raise right arm out to side until elbow is in line with right shoulder. Slowly lower arm and press leg back up to starting position, keeping core engaged. Do 12 to 15 reps; repeat on opposite side.

the-exercist:

Split Squat with Rear Lateral Raise

A Stand on left foot approximately 3 feet in front of a bench with top of right foot on the bench. Hold a 10- to 15-pound dumbbell in each hand by sides, palms facing in.

B Slowly bend left leg into a lunge, keeping left heel on the ground and left knee in line with the second toe of left foot. Leaning forward just slightly, raise right arm out to side until elbow is in line with right shoulder. Slowly lower arm and press leg back up to starting position, keeping core engaged. Do 12 to 15 reps; repeat on opposite side.