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Lower Body Exercise | Lower Body Training by Scott W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 05 Sep 2009 10:01pm Click to Play Lower Body Exercise Training, learn how to workout with Scott White. Read on »
Top 5 Lower Body Exercises For Women by Marci L. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 21 Apr 2009 12:23am # 1 Static Lunges Lunges in general are really good for developing lower body strength. It works a bunch of muscles (quads, hamstrings, gluteus) and it’s a fairly easy exercise to get used to. Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and keep your head straight and shoulders back. Step out with one foot and bring your opp ... Read on »
The Ultimate Lower Body Exercise by Chris .. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 26 Sep 2010 11:18pm Front Squat If you could pick one exercise for your lower body what would it be? For me it was a question that took some thought and analysis coming down to the front squat or the deadlift…. After some debate the winner came to be the front squat as it is a better isolator of the lower body muscles whereas the deadlift will also ... Read on »
4 Best Lower Body Exercises by Neelanjan B. Posted Tue 07 Aug 2012 10:38am Lower body is the most ignored part of the body while working out. Why? Because it's hard work, that's why. You will see many people having bulging muscles in the upper body but chicken legs below. Look's funny, right? Lack of lower body workout also leads to muscle imbalance and increased chances of injuries. A true athlete will always ... Read on »
My 3 Favourite Lower Body Exercises by Tracy S. Facebook Posted Fri 05 Aug 2011 9:00am I am going to do something a little different today. Instead of featuring my favourite blogs, ( I talked about blogging yesterday :) I am going to show you 3 killer moves that will help your sculpt your lower body. These are my favourite because they are compound exercises, which work more than muscle group at once.  This means you can ... Read on »
How to: 2 Lower Body Exercises and 1 Hip Opener. by Fitsouffle Posted Tue 29 Apr 2014 9:18pm Happy Wednesday!  I have been working on putting together a big post for runners with stretches, strengthening exercises, and tips. It is a lot of information and I can't wait to share it with you, so I won't wait to much I'm sharing two great lower body exercises and one lower body stretch to get you started. You don't have to ... Read on »
Lower Body Exercises, Circuit Style by Tara Posted Tue 10 Apr 2012 9:20pm My legs are on fiyah! It's Trainer Beau's fault. He completely kicked my rear in class yesterday morning. Don't get me wrong, though. This soreness is a good thing. For some reason, I have the hardest time pushing my legs to complete fatigue. It's all those years of cheerleading and gymnastics and running, me'thinks. I feel like I'm bragging here ... Read on »
The Reverse Lunge: The Best Lower Body Exercise For Women by Julie A. Patient Expert Posted Sat 22 Nov 2008 1:16pm Photo by kretyen In order to achieve the shapelyproportions that most women desire, training should be focused on the hips, buttocks, and thighs as this is an area where 90% of all women gain the majority of their weight. Therefore, it only makes sense that a woman’s exercise routine should have specific exercises aimed at working the larger mus ... Read on »
5 Great In-Season Lower-Body Strength Exercises that Won’t Make You Sore by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 01 May 2012 9:18am One of the biggest concerns players have when it comes to in-season strength and conditioning programs is whether or not a particular exercise will make them sore.  It's a valid point, when you consider the profound effect soreness can have on a baseball athlete's performance - both physically and mentally.  As such, it's important to select exer ... Read on »
strength training exercises - lower body by Samantha W. Posted Thu 23 Sep 2010 12:00am And we're back with a few strength exercises for the lower body!  I usually do 3 sets of 8-12 reps of each of these exercises. Squats You can use dumbbells down by your side, on your shoulders, or not at all.  Make sure to go no lower than parallel to the floor with your thighs and do not extend your knees beyond your toes. so ... Read on »