Dr Oz: Shaun T Workout
Fitness expert Shaun T was back on The Dr Oz Show with advice on how to fix your five biggest problem areas in just five weeks, and he even brought an Oatmeal Ricotta Cookie Recipe. Next, he took Dr Oz and audience members through an easy workout. Check out these exercises based on Shaun’s three Ts that can hone in on your biggest body complaints.
Dr Oz: Shaun T’s Three Ts Exercise
The three Ts are:
Bring your feet together and tilt your shoulders forward. Then tuck your hips under to squeeze the glutes. Then exhale and tighten the core. Then combine all the moves together and do them rapidly, exhaling every time to work that core.
Shaun T said you can do that anywhere you are, even while stuck in traffic. You could also try turning it into a dance move.
Dr Oz: Shaun T Pump It Up Exercise
If you want to build a better butt, you can do that by building on the three Ts, moving left to right with each rep and tightening the glutes as you move.
Dr Oz: Shaun T Kick It Exercise
Get rid of those pesky bat wings under the arms using this Kick It exercise. Alternate kicking your right and left legs. Once again, you are combining the three Ts, but adding in the kicks and tightening your triceps with a punching move.
Dr Oz: The Freak Exercise
Move four steps to the right, and then go four steps to the left. Here again, you have to remember the three Ts as you move. Even Dr Oz was thrown off on this one, and Shaun T explained that this is definitely a dance move. This exercise is designed to work your quad muscles.
Dr Oz: Get Busy Exercise
Tighten your waist by engaging your core in Shaun T’s Get Busy exercise. Move your arms one by one ot the back and the front. Work the obliques. Then squeeze and don’t forget to keep doing your three Ts. That is a lot to remember, but the audience volunteers looked like they were having fun with the moves.
Dr Oz: Shaun T Heel Toe Exercise
Target your back by putting the bulk of your weight on the right heel. Lift your arms as you move your left heel in front of your body. Go heel to toe, raising your arms in time with your leg movements.
Make sure to switch sides and get an even amount of exercise on both sides. If you need help getting the moves down, like Dr Oz did, you can try one of Shaun’s 15-minute workouts.