You may not usually do this move, but you should. "The deadlift is a great way to target your lower body and core," Kendall said. "Because it hits so many muscles, you burn more fat and your flat belly becomes more and more real."
- With your feet shoulder-width apart, bend down at the waist so your body is at a 90-degree angle. Grab a bar or a set of dumbbells in each hand.
- Keep your spine straight, and avoid rounding your shoulders.
- Lift the bar or dumbbells by extending your hips and knees until you reach a standing position.
- Do not "row" the bar upward with your arms or overextend your spine when you stand up. Your legs, hips, and spine should form a straight line (no leaning forward or backward).