Dumbbell Punches

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May 11, 2016

Hold a pair of 3- to 5-pound dumbbells on shoulder height with hands bent, palms facing inside. In a slow, controlled activity, punch your right hand diagonally throughout your body to the left, keeping the item at shoulder level. Allow your torso to rotate a bit as you punch, but keep the lower body still throughout the move. If you feel the transfer your shoulder rather than your chest and…

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Standing Curls

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May 6, 2016

You’ll need: One pair of 5- for you to 15-pound dumbbells Do it: Stand with toes shoulder-width apart, holding a dumbbell in each hand, palms dealing with forward, arms at attributes. Bend arms at elbows, and curl weights perpendicularly in front of shoulders, then reduced. Learn: Standing curls benefit over your arms; they also help tighten your core. “Each time period you curl the loads, your body has to use…

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Jazz-Style Lunge and Stretch

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Apr 25, 2016

Stand in a straddle position with your feet about four feet apart, ft turned out about 45 certifications. Place your hands in front of you on the floor for support; slowly fold your right knee to only short of 90 degrees, keeping the left leg straight. Contract your left foot. Carry for 5 to 10 seconds; repeat on the other side, alternating for 20 practice.

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Water Works

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Apr 22, 2016

Reader: Theza Friedman, West Windsor, New Jersey Her challenge: Build energy, flexibility, and bone size while allowing her hurt ankle to heal Her story: Friedman knows value of healthful living; sensible eating and walking four kilometers twice weekly has helped the woman lose 35 pounds in the past two years. Still, she’s not only a fitness fanatic. “I really don’t including exercising,” Friedman says. “To make things worse, I experience…

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Four-Part Reverse Curls

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Apr 21, 2016

Lie on your back with knees bent, feet on the floor, and fingers lightly touching the sides of the head, elbows out to the perimeters. Push your lower back into the floor, then curl your current legs up until thighs usually are about perpendicular to the floor. Next, raise your torso up and running. Pause, then lower your core only. Lower legs to finish the actual move. Repeat 12 instances.

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Tip-Toe Plie

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Apr 21, 2016

Stand tall with your heels alongside one another and toes turned out with regards to 45 degrees. Lift up to your toes, with both pumps off the floor, and squeeze your current calves tight. From this situation, slowly bend your knees to merely short of 90 degrees and after that straighten them, all the while keeping the back straight. Do 12 repetitions.?

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Work in a Lunchtime Workout

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Apr 17, 2016

Like many of us, Alison Graham feels she has no time at all to work out. As the executive vice president of a public relations firm, girlfriend, and mother of a 6-year-old little princess, she typically has days and nights that include long hours. “I haven’t practiced in three years, since I come back to work full-time, and I miss transferring my body and doing one thing healthy for myself,”…

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Floor Extensions

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Apr 16, 2016

Lie facedown with your legs extended as well as your hands gently touching the perimeters of your head, elbows expanded to the sides. Keeping your fingers in place, slowly lift your scalp and chest off the floor. Temporary stop at the top, then slowly cheaper until you’re flat on to the ground again. Repeat 8 to 12 times.

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Rope Climbs

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Apr 15, 2016

Lie back on a mat with knees bent, arms at sides, and head and shoulders raised a few inches width off the floor. Raise both arms before your body, and alternately get to as high above your current chest as you can, grasping the environment with each hand as if you were climbing an imaginary string. Perform two sets of 10 to 12 repetitions with each reach rising as one…

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The Ball's In Your Court

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Apr 12, 2016

Reader: Stacy O’Daffer, Seattle Her challenge: “Add speed and agility to my tennis games game.” Her story: “I’m a mother of about three who loves to exercise,Inch O’Daffer says. “In addition to a cardio and weight routine I actually do three to four days a week, My spouse and i play competitive tennis, a pair of matches per week. But I want to take my game upwards a notch

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