Hello beautiful people,

This Week’s vlogpost is a plank tutorial, a plank is by far one of my most performed exercise.This year alone, I have performed a plank for 16 hours and counting, my target is to have performed 24 hours by December but I already see that ship sailing so can settle for 18 hours.

If you wondering why am a zealous planker, this exercise alone tones arms, core and legs in one go! #Tripplethreat the back strengthening and endurance are the icing on the cake. If done consistently, be rest assured that in a week you will start feeling the results.

I really love-hate-mostly love the plank. Watch the video to learn about its benefits and how to perform it correctly, Try it and your feedback will be received with delight as always:))

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Beaucoup d’amour

Nansera Cissy



I go by the name Nansera Cissy and ethereal outlook is a mirror image of who I am; a tropical born living by the 80/20 rule. Am passionate about fitness and nutrition [thanks Dad] lover of a good bikini and always down for a spicy margarita any given weekend.

October 15, 2017


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    October 29, 2017

    Mainly core stability. When you sit, walk, stand, etc. your core muscles remain in isometric contraction to hold your upper body, well, upright. Planks help by putting additonal strain on these muscles so that they can perform their duties more easily. These exercises may help reduce backaches, may improve posture, may improve your gait while walking and running.


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