LIFTS THE TUSH
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