Push-Ups

There's a reason the phys-ed teachers always made us do these. They work. You'll strengthen your pectorals (the chest muscles) and your anterior deltoids or shoulders, plus, of course, your triceps.
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If a normal push is too challenging, start in a modified position with your knees on the floor. Keep your abs engaged, your hips lifted, and your shoulders down. Bend your elbows 90 degrees until your chest is just above the floor. Push back up. Do 15 to 20 reps.

 

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