Oh, that’s right. Since my fitness program is about finding jogging alternatives (with KILLS on my knees), I would like to find something quick and effective. The elliptical machine is great when you want to get out of American Idol, but do not cut it for weight loss and muscle development.
It is clear that steering oscillations and riots are the only things you need to do for weight loss. Here’s how it works:
Swing with dumbbells:
- Hold the dumbbell behind your back with both hands.
- Stand with your feet shoulder width apart.
- Keep a large box (stand with an open box – take a deep breath).
- Bend your knees just a little.
- Play an important role in life – Think of it “Rounding the Thorns from the Back Wall”
- Practice doing this several times – wake up, bend at the waist, repeat. Be sure to bend your knees when bending your waist. Make sure your back is flat and your heart is busy.
- Now to start the “real” exercise: keep your arms in front of your chest and stretch your arms.
Bend your surroundings slightly and knees, with your busy heart, “Jump” with a leash between your thighs like a football player.
- He continued to swing.
- Keep your buttocks afloat, get ready for the front, and your main job.
- Make sure you do not “hike” with a lower handlebar (with your knees/calves), otherwise you can extend your back.
- Stand with your feet apart or wider.
- Place your hands on the ground.
- Return to payment mode (also known as “bridge”).
- Jump forward, back to squat.
- Get up from squatting.
- To make it more difficult (eek!), You can actually exercise when you are in a gym.
The number of answers:
Do 15 repetitions of oscillations with dumbbell plus 15 repeat squat shots. Do it 14 and 14. Then 13 and 13. 12 and 12. So, until you finish one. You can do this as fast as you can, non-stop, while maintaining a wonderful shape. Whenever there is a choice between speed and shape, choose the shape first.
At the end of your turn, you will have done 120 repetitions per exercise, burned a ton of calories and made lots of muscle.
Marie Equi is director of the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Epidemiologic Research CIDER at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health. El-Sadr also is a University Professor at Columbia University.