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Classic moves re-combined with new

%CODE1%This workout helps build aerobic fitness and abdominal strength by combining frequent movement with stability exercises. Follow a circuit format by performing 1 set of each exercise in order. When you reach the end,...
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Knee & shoulder injury prevention with a wall

%CODE1% Wall sit: For the wall sit, you will begin standing with both feet shoulder width apart and about 1-2 feet away from a wall that you are leaning against. From here,...
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Dynamic stretches

%CODE1%It’s important to warm-up before any workout. Dynamic stretching is an excellent way to warm-up. It involves controlled, full-range movement. When done correctly, dynamic stretching improves flexibility, lubricates the joints, and even prepares the...
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Morning mini workout

%CODE1%What we do or don’t do in the morning can have a significant impact on the rest of our day. This is especially true for physical activity. Whether we go to the gym for...
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Circuit: 4 moves adapted by fitness level

%CODE1%Pushup variation: Beginner: Modified pushup- From a kneeling position, extend the hips to make a straight line from your knees to your shoulders. Align the hands so that the arms are in a...
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Three basic moves

%CODE1%Bicep Curls: Grab dumbbells that are between 5-8 lbs and hold them underhand. Make sure that your feet are hip-width apart and your core is engaged. Slowly contract your arms by bending your elbows...
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Routine in a bedroom

%CODE1%Down Dog to PlankBegin in a forward fold with your hands touching your toes. Place your palms flat on the ground and begin to walk your feet back into down dog. Knees can be...
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Training obliques

%CODE1%Lying wipers:Start lying on your back with your arms out to your sides and knees bent. Raise your legs off the ground, keeping the knees bent. From here, bring both legs to one side...
3 workouts that work for your schedule, your skills, and your life

3 workouts that work for your schedule, your skills, and your life

Rate this article and enter to winSeptember means fresh starts, you feel me? Suddenly, your superhuman dreams are no longer unattainable. Master time management? Check. Balance your cheese curl consumption with carrots? Got it....
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Running Intervals

%CODE1%Directions Walk for one minute, jog for the next minute, and sprint for the final minute. Repeat the interval over 20 to 30 minutes total. -Maddie Burke, Duke University