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Can't Perform a Single Push-up? Try this!

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The push-up is a common exercise that can be quite difficult to do if you do not have any upper body strength. To do a proper push-up, you will need strong arms. The push-up exercise requires strength in the pectoral muscles, triceps, and anterior deltoids. However, to learn how to do push-ups, you shouldn't train with push-ups. Why? Well, it's usually too much for your arms to handle at the beginning, which can become discouraging. A common push-up modifier of doing the push-ups on your knees is one of the ways that you can train for a proper push-up, but...

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20-Minute Dance Cardio & Sculpting Workout

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Got 20 minutes to spare? Take a break from whatever you're doing and let's get dancing! Dancing is a fun way to get some exercise in your day. Not only do you get your whole body moving, but you also get to listen to upbeat music to lighten up your mood and get energetic! Follow along to the dance routine below and have fun! https://youtu.be/H0YBDXB8dv4 Related blogs:

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Should you work out when you're sick?

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You're not feeling your best, but should you still do some exercise or should you skip it? It varies from person to person, and it depends on how sick you are and what you're dealing with. Mild to moderate physical activity is usually fine if you have a common cold with no fever. Exercise can even help you feel better as it may help open up your nasal passages, which temporarily relieves nasal congestion. A general rule to decide is if your symptoms are "above the neck" vs "below the neck". If your symptoms are above the neck, such as...

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30-Minute At-Home Cardio Boxing and Kickboxing Workout

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Cardio exercises are not only great for weight loss, but it also strengthens your heart and improves your lung capacity. Try this 30-minute at-home cardio boxing and kickboxing workout for a great sweaty workout session! About 30 minutes of cardio three times a week is recommended for adults. 30 minutes is quite doable, and it already provides great health benefits when done regularly. If you find that you enjoy boxing and kickboxing, then this cardio workout will be fun! Follow along in the video below and let's get sweaty! https://youtu.be/fVWCFssd6bA Related blogs:

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10 Minute Beginner Jump Rope Workout

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Let's get sweaty! Jump rope workouts are intense and require strong knees. If you love cardio and have great knees, why not try taking this challenge on? Be sure to have a jump rope on hand! As long as you have a jump rope, you can do jump rope exercises almost anywhere. It is also an inexpensive piece of equipment to own. Many athletes like to either run or jump rope as a warmup, but these exercises can also be done as a workout in itself. Jumping rope improves coordination, reduces the risk of injury, strengthens bone density, and improves...

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