This classic exercise works your thighs, glutes, and lower back. Stand with your feet hip-width apart and your hands.
Next, squat without caving in your knees. Stand up to the starting posture when your thighs are parallel to the floor.
The single-leg RDL is an essential balance exercise because it requires standing on one leg.
ending at the pelvis, and reaching downward. In addition, this exercise can be performed with or without weight.
You will start by adopting a neutral stance with your arms on your hips or in front of your torso.
As you plant your right foot in front of you, you should transfer your weight onto that foot.
This exercise targets the shoulders and upper back, enhancing posture and strengthening the upper body.
The ability to press aloft is essential in the gym and in daily life.
This exercise targets the buttocks and hamstrings, toning and tightening the posterior.
The muscles in your posterior chain, including your glutes, hamstrings, and spinal erectors, are essential for overall core.
This exercise strengthens your core, enhancing spinal support and stability. First, lie on your back with your pelvis.
Straighten both arms and extend them upwards towards the ceiling.