return to starting position. Repeat 15 times.
2. Reverse Lunge
Start standing with feet hip-width apart, arms by sides with a dumbbell in each hand. With control, step your right foot back and lower down until both of your legs form 90-degree angles and your back knee is hovering 2–3 inches off the ground. Reverse the movement to return to the start. Complete 15 on each side for a full set.
3. Plank Rows
This strength exercise is awesome for those looking to build a strong core, glutes, and arms.
While gripping a pair of dumbbells, get into a pushup position. Your hands should be just over shoulder-width apart and your feet slightly over hip-width apart.
Keeping your hips parallel to the floor, bend your right elbow to pull the weight up toward the right side of your body. Pause for a moment, then slowly lower the weight back to the start position. Repeat on the other side.
4. Military Press
Stand up straight, with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lift your hands into the air above your head, palms facing forward, with biceps by your ears. For an added challenge, try using dumbbells. Keeping your back straight and core engaged, slowly lower your arms by your sides until your elbows are bent at 90 degrees. Be sure to squeeze your shoulder blades at the bottom of this movement. Then bring your arms back to the starting position. Complete 15 reps.
5. Tricep Extensions
Looking to get rid of those jiggly arms? Look no further.
Start by standing (or sitting) with your feet placed shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell directly over your head with your arm extended. Then gently bend your elbows and lower the dumbbell down behind your head. Hold your position for a second, then raise it back to the