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Reverse dumbbell curls | Hold a 5 lb. dumbbell in each hand and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart.  Keep both arms extended downwards in front of your body, elbows slightly bent at the waist, palms facing towards your body.  Then lift the dumbbells up, so that they are level with your chest. Slowly return to the start position and repeat.  Do three sets of 12 repetitions.

Reverse dumbbell curls | Hold a 5 lb. dumbbell in each hand and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Keep both arms extended downwards in front of your body, elbows slightly bent at the waist, palms facing towards your body. Then lift the dumbbells up, so that they are level with your chest. Slowly return to the start position and repeat. Do three sets of 12 repetitions.

Triceps Dip | Place your hands shoulder width apart on the edge of a sturdy bench or chair with your knuckles pointing straight ahead. Move your feet out as far out in front of you as possible. Straighten out your arms, keeping a little bend in your elbows in order to always keep tension on your triceps and off your joints. With your arms close to your body, slowly lower your upper body down towards the floor. Once you reach the bottom of the movement, slowly press off with your hands and…

Triceps Dip | Place your hands shoulder width apart on the edge of a sturdy bench or chair with your knuckles pointing straight ahead. Move your feet out as far out in front of you as possible. Straighten out your arms, keeping a little bend in your elbows in order to always keep tension on your triceps and off your joints. With your arms close to your body, slowly lower your upper body down towards the floor. Once you reach the bottom of the movement, slowly press off with your hands and…

Cool site allows you to click on a muscle you want to work out and then shows you different exercises you can do for that muscle

Cool site allows you to click on a muscle you want to work out and then shows you different exercises you can do for that muscle

1. In a standing position with legs shoulder-width apart, hold the kettlebell close to your chest with both hands, the weight facing downwards. (Image A)  2. Slowly bend your knees until your thighs and calves form a 90 degree angle, making sure your knees are aligned with your feet, and that they don’t go over your toes. (Image B)  3. Lower your body a bit more until your butt is close to the ground, but without sitting down on it. (Image C)  4. Return to the start positionThe Squat…

1. In a standing position with legs shoulder-width apart, hold the kettlebell close to your chest with both hands, the weight facing downwards. (Image A) 2. Slowly bend your knees until your thighs and calves form a 90 degree angle, making sure your knees are aligned with your feet, and that they don’t go over your toes. (Image B) 3. Lower your body a bit more until your butt is close to the ground, but without sitting down on it. (Image C) 4. Return to the start positionThe Squat…

Push up | Place your hands on the floor just beyond shoulder width apart. Keep your back straight and your knees bent, resting on the floor. Keeping your abdominal muscles tight, slowly lower your body so as to touch your nose to the floor. Squeeze chest muscles to push yourself back to the starting position. To increase the resistance, try doing the push-up on your toes instead of your knees.  Do three sets of 12 repetitions, resting no more than 90 seconds between each set.  This exercise…

Push up | Place your hands on the floor just beyond shoulder width apart. Keep your back straight and your knees bent, resting on the floor. Keeping your abdominal muscles tight, slowly lower your body so as to touch your nose to the floor. Squeeze chest muscles to push yourself back to the starting position. To increase the resistance, try doing the push-up on your toes instead of your knees. Do three sets of 12 repetitions, resting no more than 90 seconds between each set. This exercise…

Sit on the ground, feet flat on the floor, with your calves at a 90 degree angle with your thighs. Support yourself with your arms by placing them behind you, palms facing up. Lift your butt a few centimetres off the ground and maintain this position throughout the duration of the exercise. Unbend your right leg and point it upwards. Then, lower your leg almost to the ground while keeping it straight, but without letting it touch down. Slowly raise your leg up again. Bend your leg at the…

Sit on the ground, feet flat on the floor, with your calves at a 90 degree angle with your thighs. Support yourself with your arms by placing them behind you, palms facing up. Lift your butt a few centimetres off the ground and maintain this position throughout the duration of the exercise. Unbend your right leg and point it upwards. Then, lower your leg almost to the ground while keeping it straight, but without letting it touch down. Slowly raise your leg up again. Bend your leg at the…

Bella Thorne is another example of my idea of beauty because she has a beautiful personality and a very soft voice. Although Bella Thorne has dyslexia, she still has a beautiful heart and cares for all of her fans.

Bella Thorne on Shake It Up and her Anti-Bullying Campaign

Bella Thorne is another example of my idea of beauty because she has a beautiful personality and a very soft voice. Although Bella Thorne has dyslexia, she still has a beautiful heart and cares for all of her fans.

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