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Tuesday, May 09, 2006 

7 Exercises to Work the Entire Body

During a workout it’s important to work all the major muscles. Trainers around the world have developed routines that would do exactly that: work the entire body. Here are 7 exercises for all the major muscle groups. We’ll explain 3 of them now and the rest in the next blog.

1. Hamstring flexion with Swiss ball

It’s great to work the calves and hamstrings, as well as for improving the stability in the core. Please see blog “Exercises for Day 4” posted on Saturday, April 29, 2006 for details on how to do the exercise.

2. Swiss ball squats

It’s great for the quads and improves your posture. In the start position place the Swiss ball against a wall and lean against it with your back. You should stand up, with your legs shoulder-width apart and slightly bent at the knees. Lower straight down until the knees are bent at 90 degrees. Then stand up again and repeat the exercise for 10-15 times.

3. Lumbar extension

The exercise is great for the lower back, usually the most neglected part of your body. Please see blog “Exercises for Day 2” posted on Thursday, April 27, 2006 for details on how to do the exercise.


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