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Abs or no abs, Tully Lou serves up some ex­cit­ing de­signs for the ath­let­i­cally in­clined. Founder Tully Humphrey’s in­stinct is one of the rea­sons why Tully Lou’s sports­wear is so cov­etable. Hav­ing writ­ten about health and wellness, Humphrey is also a yoga in­struc­tor and de­signer. www.tul­ly­ Medicine Ball V- Up: “Hold the medicine ball (or dumbbell or wa­ter bot­tle) in your hands and lie face up on the floor, legs and arms straight. Hold your arms straight above your head, and in one move­ment, si­mul­ta­ne­ously lift your torso and legs as you try to touch your toes with the ball. Then, lower back to the start­ing po­si­tion.”

MIDRIFF The Bi­cy­cle: “Lift your shoul­ders off the floor and try to touch your knee with its op­po­site el­bow, right to left and left to right.”

OBLIQUES Weighted Side Crunch: “Lie side­ways on a Swiss Ball and brace your feet against the wall. Lift your shoul­ders and crunch side­ways to­wards your hip, hold­ing the weight be­hind

your head.” HIGH WAISTS De­cline Sit- Up: “Po­si­tion your feet un­der the leg an­chors on a de­cline bench and lie flat on your back. Then, raise your torso to sit­ting po­si­tion.” LOWER ABS In­cline Re­verse Crunch: “Lie face up on a slant board at a gym with your hips lower than your head. Grab the bar be­hind your head or each side of the bench for sup­port. Lift your butt to­wards the sky then slowly lower your legs.”

Work up a sweat and flaunt your as­sets in style

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