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Exercises

Regular exercising is an important part of staying healthy. People, who are active, live longer and feel healthier. Exercises for each body part, will help you build a better body.

Click on any of the links below to see the list of exercises for each of the body parts to perform in the gym, at home or park -

Bicep

Bicep Muscles are located at the front of your upper arm. Bicep muscles are the ones you flex when showing…

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Tricep

Tricep Muscles are situated at the back of your upper arms comprising 60% of your arms. They oppose the biceps, and…

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Chest

The pectoralis major, a thick, fan-shaped muscle, situated at the chest (anterior) of the body. It makes up the bulk of the chest muscles…

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Thigh

Leg muscles support body weight when doing most activities, like walking, running and jogging. Building the leg muscles…

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Hamstrings

Hamstrings are the often ignored (but key) muscle group running up the back of the leg from the knee to the butt…

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Calves

Calves are probably the most exposed leg muscles, especially during the summer, when everyone is wearing shorts…

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Hip

The gluteus maximus is the largest and most superficial of the three gluteal muscles. It makes up a large portion…

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Shoulder

Shoulder contains more than 12 different muscles. The primary muscle groups include the deltoids, trapezius…

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Back

The number of muscles having one or both attachments within the back as a whole is huge. Major muscles are…

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Abdominals & Core

The major muscles of abdomen includes Transverse abdominis (deepest abdominal muscle), external obliques…

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Stretching and weight training can also strengthen your body and improve your fitness level.

Exercising has many health benefits:

The majority of adults require at least 30 minutes of moderate physical activity at least 5 days per week. This is even a recommendation of the health organizations.

The key is to find the correct exercise for you. If it is fun, you are more likely to stay motivated. If you’ve been inactive for awhile, use a sensible approach and start out slowly.

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