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Calf Raise with TQLP

The Calf Raise with TQLP strengthens and adds shape to the calf muscles.

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Target Muscle Groups: Calves


Calf Stretch

The calf stretch is great for releasing tension in the lower leg muscles. It should be performed after running or lower body workouts. The calf stretch targets the gastrocnemius. This muscle is often overworked because it is involved in many activates of daily life and sport. Stretching should be done after your body is warm.

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Target Muscle Groups: Calves


Cat-Dog Stretch

The cat-dog stretch is perfect for anyone with an office job or after a long car ride. It helps improve flexibility of your spine which is essential for any type of movement or activity. This stretch can be performed anywhere, no equipment is needed. In between emails give the cat-dog stretch a try, it feels good.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Back  |  Neck


Chair Stand

The chair stand is a good exercise for developing starting strength. It is also a very functional exercise, we all sit and stand everyday. To keep it safe avoid using a chair with wheels that could roll out from under you. When performing this exercise, make sure you use your hips and legs to drive up to standing. This is a good exercise for beginners who aren't quite ready for regular squats.

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Target Muscle Groups: Calves  |  Hips & Buttocks  |  Legs


Chest Press With Handles on *Exercise Ball

The chest press with handles on *exercise ball is significantly more challenging than the flat bench press. The ball forces you to stabilize your body while pressing the handles. You are also using you glutes and hamstrings to maintain proper position on the ball. This exercise requires you to focus your attention on using proper technique which helps you get more out of the exercise.

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Target Muscle Groups: Chest


Circuit Training

Circuit training combines the benefits of aerobic exercising with the muscle defining results typically gained through anaerobic weight training. The combination of these exercise methods is known as circuit training. With circuit training, the participant selects several exercises aimed at improving specific areas, or muscle groups, of the body. The participant then moves quickly from one exercise to the next without taking more than a few seconds to rest in between.

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Cobra Stretch

The cobra stretch is a staple of most yoga programs. It is good for increasing mobility of the spine and stretching the abdominal muscles. It can be performed any where since you don't need any equipment. Stretching should always be performed after you have warmed up thoroughly.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Back


Concentration Curl

The Concentration Curl is an isolation exercise for the biceps. Bracing your arm against your leg increased tension on the biceps muscles.

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Target Muscle Groups: Biceps


Cross Body Dumbbell Muscle Snatch

The Cross Body Muscle Snatch is a lot like the Dumbbell Muscle Snatch but with an element of rotation. It's a great pre-hab exercise for golf or baseball. It's also a great exercise to prepare your body for more ballistic movements like the Dumbbell Snatch or the Snatch.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Back  |  Shoulders


Cross Body PowerBlock Muscle Snatch

The Cross Body PowerBLock Muscle Snatch is a lot like the Dumbbell Muscle Snatch but with an element of rotation. It's a great pre-hab exercise for golf or baseball. It's also a great exercise to prepare your body for more ballistic movements like the Dumbbell Snatch or the Snatch.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Back  |  Shoulders


Cross Country Skiing

Cross-country skiing is one of the most difficult endurance sports, as its motions use every major muscle group and it (along with running, rowing and swimming) is one of the sports that burn the most calories per hour in execution (Wikipedia).

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Cross-Arm Ball Crunch

The cross arm ball crunch is a good exercise for beginners. It is an easy exercise to learn yet it is an effective way to strengthen your abs. More advanced exercisers can use this exercise as a finishing exercise for their ab routine. When performing this exercise try to curl your body into a ball, don't just sit up.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Legs


Cross-Arm Crunch

The cross arm crunch is an effective exercise for strengthening and toning your abs. A strong core is everyone to live an active and pain free life. This exercise can be done anywhere since you don't need any equipment. When performing the cross arm crunch focus on using your abs and avoid using the rest of your body.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core


Cross-Arm Rotation Crunch -- Single-Side

The cross arm rotational crunch is a good exercise to target you obliques and love handles. It is very similar to the cross arm crunch. The difference is that when you rise up twist to one side. Think about trying to bring your shoulder to the opposite knee. Really focus on using your abs to perform the cross arm rotational crunch.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core


Cross-Arm Sit Up

The cross arm sit up is a more challenging version of the cross arm crunch. You are moving through a greater more range of motion and are thus doing more work. Once you have a base level of strength you can perform this exercise. This cross arm sit up is a great way to strengthen your core and build you six-pack.

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Target Muscle Groups: Abs & Core  |  Hips & Buttocks