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AboutHanneke's love for movement started many years ago at the ballet barre. After graduating with a Bachelors of Commerce at the University of Stellenbosch in South Africa and a career as a Money Broker in London and New York, Hanneke decided to follow her true passion and became an Internationally Certified STOTT Pilates Instructor. Hanneke is a passionate teacher, dedicated to motivating and helping her students achieve their own fitness goals.
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Get yourself ready for summer with this fabulous arm and ab workout! You'll have lean and toned arms with the perfect stomach in no time!
You can do all the exercises with no weights, should it be too challenging or if you have a lot of neck strain. Also feel free to take a break in between exercises.
To make it more challenging, repeat the sequence 3 times! Or increase the weights to 5lbs.
Enjoy your workout!
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