Build strength and burn fat with this full-body Paper Plate Workout using only two paper plates. Kristen Wilkins stopped by WBTV News Saturday Morning with her client to demonstrate a set of exercises you can do at home.
Any size plates will do, but be sure to stick with paper plates (as opposed to Styrofoam or plastic) and always position them right side up. Before starting the workout, do a couple of test slides on various surfaces in your house.
The paper plates are great because the exercises are still allowing you to work all parts of your body, but the stability element required with the plates forces you to engage your core much more than if you were doing the prescribed exercises without the plates.
You can also join Kristen's newly-launched 6 week #getfitwithkristen Challenge. Through this challenge, you get 6 weeks of meal plans and 6 weeks of workouts, plus access to Kristen via email, text, and social media.
For more information, click visit Bodynv.wix.com/getfitwithkristen
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