Dumbbell Squats

Dumbbell Squats is an intermediate level lower body exercise. The squat is one of the best exercises as it requires full body coordination and activates many muscles. It is also one of the most challenging exercises to master. If you have not done squats before I recommend starting with body weight squats until you get […]

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Medicine Ball Squats

Medicine Ball Squats is an intermediate level lower body exercise. The squat is one of the best exercises as it requires full body coordination and activates many muscles. It is also one of the most challenging exercises to master. If you have not done squats before I recommend starting with body weight squats until you […]

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Calf Raises

Calf Raises is a beginner level lower body exercise that can either be performed on the ground or an elevated platform such as the base of a workout bench, step or curb. An elevated platform is preferred as it enables a larger range of motion. Holding onto a stable support structure (wall, bench, tree, etc.) […]

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Outer Thigh Raise

Outer Thigh Raise is a beginner level lower body exercise. Despite traditional thinking, this exercise does not necessarily firm the butt nor is it an exercise exclusive to women. Men generally have tight hips as well as hip muscle imbalances; therefore the outer thigh raise is a valuable exercise to prevent injuries. Start on your […]

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Dumbbell Deadlifts

Dumbbell Deadlifts is an advanced level lower body exercise. Deadlifts is a great exercise to develop and strengthen your hamstrings and lower back. It is also a very form dependent movement that has a heavy emphasis on posture and technique. I have seen many variations of this exercise performed incorrectly so when attempting to learn […]

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Step Ups

Step Ups is a beginner lever lower body exercise. Use a bench no higher than knee height. Beginners can use a lower bench if necessary. Make sure to keep your back straight and chest up to promote proper posture. Start behind the bench with both feet on the ground. Place one foot up onto bench […]

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