Get fit in 15 minutes: the best exercise and nutrition to flash bingo wings

Get fit in 15 minutes: the best exercise and nutrition to flash bingo wings

  • Personal trainer Nadya Fairweather reveals the best exercise to strengthen the poor
  • Shona Wilkinson recommends combining the training with a diet rich in vitamin A
  • Stylist Liz Hemmings shared a selection of items to wear for the fitness routine
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WHAT TO DO

If you want to make bingo wings pop, try the high-plank cross-body toe touch, says famous personal trainer Nadya Fairweather (u-shape.co.uk).

Begin as if you're about to do a press-up, with your hands flat on the mat, your arms extended; but with your legs wider apart, balancing on your toes. Now stretch one arm forward and then reach it under yourself and forward to touch your opposite toe.

If you are not too flexible, you can bend your legs. Hold between each range for three seconds. Try ten each side before you rest. Go for 3-5 sets.

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Nadya Fairweather recommends this high plank cross body toe touch to tone arms

Nadya Fairweather recommends this high plank cross body toe touch to tone arms

WHAT TO EAT

Nutritionist Shona Wilkinson (shonawilkinson.com) recommends the following foods to help develop toned upper arms.

Carrots contain beta-carotene, which is converted in the body to vitamin A. Vitamin A repairs and regenerates damaged collagen – a lack of it can lead to sagging skin.

Have you seen kakadu plums in the supermarkets? Keep an eye on them, because they contain 100 times more vitamin C than an orange!

We need vitamin C to help in the production of collagen.

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Oysters are also a great source of selenium and zinc, which helps with the elastin content of your skin. They not only help with the production of elastin, but are also packed with antioxidants.

WHAT TO WEAR

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