LIFTS THE TUSH

Pump­kin pick­ing

First For Women - - Health -

Scour­ing the pump­kin patch for the per­fect pick to adorn your stoop is a great way to sculpt your back­side, notes Boschen. That’s be­cause strolling the field and squat­ting down to in­spect the op­tions uti­lizes the calo­rie-hun­gry ham­strings and glu­teus max­imus to quickly trim inches and firm the butt.

TO TONE EVEN FASTER: Fo­cus on keep­ing your back straight while car­ry­ing your pump­kin. You’ll en­gage the latis­simus dorsi to stream­line the up­per back.

Alessan­dra Am­bro­sio with son Noah and a friend

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