There are some workouts that you have to practice only during the weekend but that will tone all your muscles in only two days. These are the exercises that Heidi Klum uses.
Sleeker Saturday workout
At the beginning you will have to do 90 secs of cardio. Then stand on your feet, having a dumbbell in each hand. Bend your elbows so that the dumbbells will be right in front of your shoulders. Do a back lunge with both of the knees bending at a 90 degree angle.
Again you have to start with 90 secs of cardio. Then stand again with your feet a bit apart. Bend the knees at a 90 degree angle and then return to standing position.
For this exercise you will have to lie on the back. Bend the knees at a 90° angle and place the feet on the ground. Get a dumbbell in each hand and bend the elbows so that the weights will be right above your chest. Curl your shoulders off the ground and twist your torso to the right while extending your left arm. Repeat on the other side as well.
Start the exercise with 90 seconds of cardio. Then get on the floor in a pushup position, standing on your hands and toes, having the arms extended and the hands beneath the shoulders. If you want to make the exercise easier you should start with the modified pushup position, on your knees. You should walk forward for about one foot and then walk to the left another foot. Walk to the right and back to complete the exercise. Have 8-10 reps.
Take a dumbbell in your right hand and get on the floor into a plank position being supported by your forearms and your toes. To make the exercise easier, don’t use a dumbbell. Lift the right arm while twisting the torso to the right with the shoulder pointing up. Then return to the starting position, get the dumbbell in the right hand and repeat on the other side as well.
Get a dumbbell in both hands, palms facing downwards, standing on your right foot and on the toes of the left foot behind the right foot. Lift the left leg in the back and bend the elbows, bringing them to shoulder level. Then lower the arms into beginning position.