The ideal workout for a pear-shaped body is a blend of fat-burning plyometric routines and total-body resistance training. You’ll feel extremely powerful while enhancing your curves. The goal is to use specific arm and shoulder workouts to build a more defined upper pear-shaped body to balance out your figure. You’ll also do routines that raise your heart rhythm and help you burn fat while shaping your glutes, hamstrings, calves, and thighs.
Lunges With A Curtsy
Begin by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart and your toes pointed forward. Step forward into a lunge with your right foot, crossing your pear-shaped body and landing on the left side of your centre. Both legs should be bent at the knee at a 90-degree angle. Return to a standing position. Rep on the left side, crossing your left leg to the right side of your pear-shaped body. Perform 20 repetitions on each side for a total of 40 repetitions.
Stand shoulder-width apart with your feet shoulder-width apart and a dumbbell in each arm. Your right leg should be stretched to the side. Your left arm should be stretched from your shoulder and bent at the elbow at a 90-degree angle so that your weight is directly beneath your chin. Curl your weight up and in toward your shoulder with your right hand. Simultaneously, raise your left weight over your head until your arm is completely extended. Continue with bicep curls on your right and overhead presses on your left. After you’ve completed all of your repetitions on this side, swap sides. Perform 25 repetitions on each side.
Plank to row or a pear-shaped body
Stance yourself in a pushup position with two dumbbells in each hand. Lift your right elbow up towards the ceiling while keeping it close to your pear-shaped body. Return your weight to the ground and repeat on the other side. As you work, switch sides. Keep your abs taut and your neck in line with your gaze on the floor. Perform 15 repetitions on each side for a total of 30 repetitions.
Skaters Who Move Quickly
Cross your right leg behind your left leg while lowering your left leg to a 90-degree angle from a standing posture. As you drop, use your right hand to contact your left foot. Jump from this posture to your right foot, changing leg positions and contacting your right foot with your left hand. This counts as one repetition. Perform a total of 30 repetitions.