Exercise Tips
Basic Exercises You Can Do At Home

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Getting Started

Don't forget... nothing will work unless you combine it with a balanced diet and exercise regularly. So here are some basic exercises, including animations showing you how to do each one properly:

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Two Leg Bent Knee Raise.
Push Up.
Double Crunch.
Dumbbell Squat.
Reverse Ab Curl.
Dumbell Side Bends.
Barbell Double Biceps Curl.
Barbell Triceps Press.
Cable Chest Press.

But before you begin, please learn about exercising and check with your doctor or healthcare professional, especially if you have a diagnosed condition or illness.

You want clothes that don't chafe your skin and that will protect you from the sun when you're outside.
Wear light-colored clothes, plenty of sunscreen and sunglasses if you're exercising outdoors. You may also want to invest in clothes made of special wicking material such as CoolMax. This stuff keeps you cool and dry in the hot summer months.
Wear the right shoes for your activity. For weight training and low impact activities consider a cross-training shoe or a walking shoe. If you're going to be running, you'll want a running shoe so your feet will have plenty of support.
Be picky about your workout socks. If they're too thick or thin you could get blisters, which can ruin a good workout.

One of the most important things you can do when it comes to exercising is setting goals. This is true for everything, no matter what you do in life! When you don't have a specific goal, it's difficult to keep exercising and to track your progress to see how far you've come. So before you get busy, take a moment and ask yourself these questions:

1. What do I accomplish with this exercise?

2. Is my goal realistic and attainable?

3. How do I reach my goal?

4. When do I want to reach my goal?

5. How to reward myself when I reach my goal?

After you set your goals, figure out how to reach them. If you want to lose weight or become better at a sport, you need to figure out how that is accomplished. This might mean hiring a trainer or fitness expert to help you out, or simply hitting the Internet like you are doing right now. Know what you have to do before you get started, that’s the key!

Start a Strength Training Log to allow you to keep track of the exercises you're doing, how many sets and reps for each exercise, and how much weight you're using.

Once you know what you're doing and how you're doing it, the hardest part is sticking to it. Here are some strategies to help make it easier to get up and get going:

1. Reward yourself if you succeed.
2. Take your measurements every three weeks.
3. Work out with friends, it help to stay motivated.
4. Be prepared, always carry your workout bag with you.
5. Schedule your exercise sessions each week - in PEN.
6. Recommit to your exercise goals each and every day.
7. Keep track of your workouts to see your progress.

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Exercise Tips