NZ Woman's Weekly

Secrets of an A-List body

Pictured on a fashion photoshoot recently, Yasmin Le Bon (48) looked barely older than her daughter Amber (23) and displayed perfectly toned arms and shoulders.

“When I’m cooking, I’m always doing squats and lunges while waiting for the pans to boil,” she says. What you can do: The shoulder press is great for toning arms and shoulders. Hold a dumbbell or bottle of water in each hand and stand with feet hip-width apart. Bend your knees slightly and reach your arms out to the sides at shoulder level. Bend your arms upwards to 90o and keep your trunk stable. Breathe out and push the weights up until your arms are almost straight above your head, but not locked.

Breathe in and lower the weights back to the start position (with elbows bent). Repeat 15 to 20 times.

Issue 1541

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