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Equipment needed:

  • Mat
  • Step
  • Stability ball


This quick lower body workout is the perfect complement to Lower Body Shred 1 and contains exercises that are safe and fun with simple instructions for all fitness levels. If you’re a beginner who wants to start strengthening your lower body, this 10-minute quick lower body workout is for you.


This quick lower body workout will use an optional step and stability ball to target specific muscles in your lower body. Starting with squats and lunges to wake up your thighs, calves, and buns, Chris will guide you through the proper form for each targeted move. Next, you’ll incorporate the stability ball into leg moves like side leg lifts that will have you feeling the burn! After that it’s on to bridges, and other stability ball work that will help you sculpt and define strong, beautiful legs.


This quick lower body workout can be done in just 10 minutes; all that’s required is you and your stability ball! You’ll notice stronger thighs, glutes, and legs each time you perform the moves in this comprehensive, 10-minute lower body workout. Remember, these moves are simple, but you’ll still be feeling the burn and burning calories!

It’s important to note that no one starts out an expert; you have to start somewhere. This quick lower body workout will challenge you and get you started on a journey to stronger legs, thighs, and buns. Changing yourself starts with making workouts a priority, and this 10-minute routine is an easy one to fit into your busy schedule.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

Tags: 10 Minute Workouts, Beginner, Strength