It's a workout that can develop your whole body's muscles, and it's also very good for burning calories, and the bigger you keep your posture, the more calories you burn!
1. Ensure that your back remains straight throughout the exercise. 2. Keep your neck and head in line with your spine. 3. Avoid locking your elbows at the top of the movement.
1. Slowly lower your body until your upper arms are parallel to the floor. 2. Push your body back up to the starting position. 3. Repeat the same movement.
1. Inhale as you lower your body and exhale as you push your body back up.
1. Stand in front of a sturdy chair or bench with your feet wider than shoulder width apart. 2. Bend your knees slightly and lean forward by hinging at your hips. 3. Place both hands on the edge of the chair or bench.