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Home Exercises


Consider each of the following questions regarding what is available at your home and use these home exercises to your advantage.

Do you have stairs in your house or a bike?

  • Just stepping up and down multiple times can be a great lower-body workout!





Do you have soup cans or a water bottle?

  • Use a couple of soup cans as dumbbells and do multiple bicep curls. This will help to make your arms stronger.













Do you have one full gallon-sized milk or water jug?

  • Use full jugs of milk as a dumbbell and do multiple bicep curls. This will help to make your arms stronger.





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