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AERIAL SUPPORT Getting fit is all about getting high. Supermodels like Natasha Poly and Angela Lindvall are suspending their lithe bodies in the air with elastic bands. (It’s known as “aerial yoga.”) Celeb trainer Tracy Anderson has taken the trend to new heights by offering private lessons in Stacking, in which her signature pulsing and torquing moves are done in a prone position—albeit six feet in the air, supported by an instructor. Talk about higher learning.
NO DROOPY BOOTY Canadian soccer star Adriana Leon of the Women’s National Soccer team keeps her butt as firm as a soccer ball by incorporating bridges into her training. “When you’re training your glutes, it’s important to slow things down and focus on your form,” she says. Here’s how to try it at home: 1. Tie a band around your thighs, just above your knees. 2. Lie on your back with your feet on the floor and bend your knees, hip-width apart, at a 90-degree angle. 3. Lift your hips until they align with your shoulders and knees—your body should form a 45-degree angle.