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Four Lower-Body Exercises You Can Do on a Bench

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It’s important to do lower body training because the largest body muscles are located at our bottom. They are essential in movements we perform in day-to-day activities or in sports such as running, swimming or cycling. Well-trained legs not only give us a strong back and core but also provide the stability we need for good athletic performance.  You can easily use a bench to perform some leg and glutes exercises at home to get these big muscles moving. Step Up Pick one foot, press through the heel as you step onto the bench. Bringing the other foot up to...

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Five Ab Exercises To Warm Up

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If you want to take your workouts to the next level, start with your middle. Your core contracts first in every exercise and then the energy is transferred to the limbs.  In order to prime your core muscles, so they fire better during your other workout, you need to train your core first. By training your torso when your muscles are fresh, you will achieve the fastest gains.Performing classic ab moves like crunches and knee-ins at the beginning of your workout to warm up the muscles, you will be able to lift more weights, work more muscle and burn more calories...

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Four Hip and Thigh Bench Exercises to Dissipate Back Pain

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A well-trained butt and toned legs aren’t just nice to look at. Many suffer pain from lower back and leg pain from sitting all day.  The hamstring muscles are connected to the bones at the bottom of the lower pelvis. Tight hamstring muscles can lead to the locked pelvis and cause stress on the lower back, which would inadvertently cause pain in spine and contributes to poor posture. With consistent hamstring exercises and stretching, many backs and leg pain will effectively dissipate. Hip and hamstring exercises can help lengthen and loosen back muscles, relieve nerve compression that causes pain. You could...

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Bench Shoulder Exercises You Can Do

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Ever find your shoulders aching and paining after rearranging furniture or lifting boxes? Or you constantly find yourself sit in a forward hunched position and create an overly dominant frontside of the body? It’s probably because of the lack of flexibility in shoulders.  Shoulders are the main stabilizer when we throw, press or bringing elbows to our body, but easily neglected.  A well-rounded shoulder exercise that includes both of front and back shoulders will increase our body strength and also decrease the amount of load shoulder joints have to bear to make shoulders more flexible, coordinated, and conditioned to handle stress. Deltoid...

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5 Upper Body Exercises To Try On A Balance Ball Trainer

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A balance ball trainer helps you coordinate muscles and nerves to balance on the type of unstable surface you can easily encounter in real life. Why do the upper body exercises on a balance ball trainer?  Your body will never get bored because these exercises will constantly keep you on your toes, and as long as your muscles don’t get bored, your body will change.     The balance training workouts will enhance whatever fitness routine you may be done by adding a cross-training element. Not only will you improve your balance, but you’ll also increase your strength, especially core strength, and...

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