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How to get… PERFECT PINS

In our body-positive series, Hannah Ebelthite takes a holistic look at the simple and effective ways you can boost the health, strength, tone and appearance of different parts of your body – so you can love the shape you’re in. This month: LEGS

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There’s a good reason why dancers have long, lean and lithe legs – it’s all that barre work. We’ve devised a simple routine for you that takes inspiration from dancers’ moves. ‘These slow, precise isometric-based exercises will sculpt your legs into great shape,’ says Ashley Verma, ex-Broadway star turned master trainer and the founder of the Define.London boutique gym (define.london). ‘Start by doing it three times a week and build from there.’

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