Beaded Sherri Hill 11069 Navy Long Prom Dress
Look flawless on your special event with Sherri Hill11069. This luxurious evening gown showcases a scoop neckline sleeveless top. Shimmering beads cover the entire bodice. The slim skirt is cut at floor length hem with train.This dress is perfect as a Homecoming Dress, Wedding Guest Dress, Prom Dress, or a Special Occasion Dress.
Closure: Back Zipper
Details: Jeweled Bodice, Beaded Sheer Back
Neckline: High Scoop Neck
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With all the talk about the recent release of Man of Steel, let us remind you of a classic — the Superman. A good supplement to all those crunches, the Superman is a great way to strengthen your lower back and tone your glutes. All you need to do this exercise is your body weight, no equipment (or movie ticket) necessary.
- Lie face down on your stomach with arms and legs extended. Keep your neck in a neutral position.
- Keeping your arms and legs straight (but not locked) and torso stationary, simultaneously lift your arms and legs up toward the ceiling to form an elongated "u" shape with your body — back arches and arms and legs lift several inches off the floor.
- Hold for two to five seconds and lower back down to complete one.
- Do three sets of 12.
Exhale as you lift your arms and legs and inhale as you lower them back down. When you have completed all three sets, or even in between each set, take a Child's Pose to stretch your back.
Stretching the hip flexors is a must if you run or ride a bike; not only will it make these sports feel easier, flexible hips can also prevent lower back pain. If you're a fan of the low-lunge yoga pose Open Lizard, then you'll love this variation — it's an even more intense thigh stretch.
- Position a folded towel or mat in front of a wall.
- Kneel down and place your right knee on the mat, about eight or so inches away from the wall, then rest your toes against the wall.
- Plant your left foot on the ground in front of you (make sure your knee is directly above your ankle), and lower your hips until you feel a stretch in the front of your left hip. Rest your left forearm on your left thigh and your right hand on your hip, adding a little forward pressure to deepen the stretch as you gently arch back.
- Hold here for at least 30 seconds. Then slowly release and do this stretch on the other side.
Skip basic crunches, and try this fun move that targets the entire ab section. Similar to the ball-pass exercise, you'll use a block instead, and it only takes a few reps before you'll start to feel the burn. Not only will you work your abs, but squeezing the block between your feet also tones your inner thighs.
- Grab a block and lie on your back. Engage your core and actively press your spine toward the floor.
- Place the block between your feet and on an exhale, slowly and simultaneously lower your hands and feet toward the floor, making sure your back is flush with the floor the entire time. If you find this is too difficult, bend your knees slightly.
- Stop once your hands are a few inches from the ground; then inhale as you slowly raise them back up, reaching for the block.
- Grab the block with your hands, flex your feet and lower your hands and feet again until they are a few inches from the floor.
- Rise back up and pass the block to your feet. This counts as one rep.
- Try to complete 10 reps.