Dr Oz: Biggest Loser Coach Dolvett Quince
Dr Oz: 3-1-2-1 Diet Workout
“Combination movement is key,” Quince said. This is about maximizing the time you have to work out. You can do both strength training and cardio at the same time, and three audience members joined in the workout routine.
Dr Oz: Dolvett Quince Lunge Twist
Whittle your waist with the Lunge Twist. Dolvett said to put your arms out and stick your left leg out in front of you at a 90 degree angle. Drop the right knee and turn toward your left knee. Look behind you while you are doing this. Then return to starting position and repeat this, but switch legs. Always turn toward the leg that is out in front of you.
Dr Oz: 3-1-2-1 Diet Rainbows Exercise
Flatten your belly with Dolvett Quince’s Rainbows exercise. Get into a plank position, holding your body up with your toes and forearms. Your hips will make a rainbow. Drop to the right, then to the left. Continue to do this for several reps.
Dr Oz: Dolvett Quince Fire Hydrants Exercise
You can slim down your hips with this next move. Dolvett said to get on your hands and knees to tone the glutes, hips, and thighs. Raise one knee out and up toward the ceiling. Repeat this for 10 reps. Then rotate the leg for several reps before switching the direction. Next, switch legs and repeat.
Dr Oz: Sumo Squats Workout Move
Trim your thighs with the 3-1-2-1 Diet Sumo Squats. Use light weights to engage your shoulders, thighs, and glutes. Squat while extending your light weights out in front of you. These moves seem simple, and you can extend these moves into a 48-minute workout.
Watch Dolvett Quince Tuesday nights on NBC’s The Biggest Loser, and get more of his workout advice in his brand new book, The 3-1-2-1 Diet.
Dr Oz: Keep Asparagus & Onions Fresh
Finally, viewers shared their advice for making your groceries last longer. Here’s what you can try:
- Make guacamole last longer by storing it with a pit and spraying it with olive oil cooking spray. Cover it with plastic wrap and push out the air to keep it green up to two days.
- Extend the life of your asparagus. Cut the stems about 1” from the bottom. Put them in a jar filled with 1 1/2” water and cover it with a plastic bag. Store it in the fridge for up to a week and a half. Just change the water as needed.
- Keep onions fresh by storing them in pantyhose. Separate the onions by tying knots in between them. They can last up to eight months!