1. I liked this one, pretty challenging for me without being impossible. I hope I can work towards doing this one without pausing or modifying. Especially that pike tuck series 😵

  2. Hi! I have a problem. I do not like to stretch. Can you explain me the importance of it because I think that that way I will put more effort into it. Thank you by the way you are amazing I can´t do a popsugar routine without you. Thank you for the motivation and to help me keep going on.

  3. Starting this today I’m 5’4 and weigh 202 (I know really unfit!) I’ll keep y’all updated
    Day 1-difficult! I had to stop a few times but felt great after!

  4. As much as I love all your workouts, I feel that the title of this particular workout is a little to close to promoting unrealistic body standards. While it is important to exercise, for about 70% of women, the bmi required to obtain the notorious "flat belly" is dangerously low. Women are suppose to have a little bit of belly fat to protect vital and reproductive organs.

  5. I found this workout almost by chance and I decided to try it out. It almost killed me the first time and a day later I felt all my muscles hurting so bad. But I decided to try it again anyway so that now, I try to do it three times a week. It really helped me and seeing that my body is slowly changing (I mean, reeeally slowly. The patience that is needed is insane) is one of the best feelings and an amazing experience. It's really worth so hold on! Good luck to everybody 🙂

  6. Oh man.. I don't even have a strong enough core to do any of the roll ups.. Most I can do is lift my shoulders off the floor and reach as much as I can… What can I do to substitute all those roll up variations?? 🙁

  7. Paring this with the 40 min beginner strength training full body. Prob switch between these every day and have a rest day some where. Lets see where it takes me! I really wanna flatten and tone my belly.

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