Not a fan of the gym? Check out this selection of at-home exercises for a balanced, full body exercise program.
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Single Leg Deadlift One of the best exercises around for balance, core and hip stability, and strength of the muscles on the back side of the body. The glutes and hamstrings are the main working muscles here, but to pull this one off well, there’s a whole lot more muscle working than just those.
Side Plank – Level 1 Great for core activation and stability/strength, the “easy” version of the exercise will fire up muscles all over your body. As an added bonus, this is an excellent workout for your rotator cuff too!
Side Plank – Level 2 Did you know that strong core muscles are a great way to reduce or eliminate lower back pain? Though side planks focus on the stability-providing muscles on the side of the body, when done correctly, this becomes a full body exercise. Lots of bang-for-buck!
Incline Pushup One of the best ways to gain the strength to control your own body weight, his is a modified version of the on-the-floor traditional pushup that will help you work your way down.