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Workout of the day (legs)

Unfortunately, too many people neglect leg day (a) because they think they’re already working their legs all day, especially if they're doing workouts like running or biking and (b) because the leg muscles are so large to begin with, it takes longer to see results. Don’t do that! You should be doing exercises that target your legs at least once a week.

What are the benefits of leg exercises?

Many leg exercises are compound movements, which means they engage many muscle groups. Squats, for example, engage your quads, hamstrings, glutes, inner and outer thighs, of course, but they also really activate your core! Additionally, lower body exercises get your heart rate up as well for a bit of cardio while strength training — a real time-saver.

Tip:

Physical activity in children is important for a wide variety of reasons. It helps to reduce overweight and obesity, increases strength in muscles and bones and can even improve concentration at school. Exercise is a vital component of any child's development—laying the foundations for a healthy life.











My home workout during the corona breakout. (legs)


  1. jump rope10 min (any warm up)

  2. side step left + right elastiband (3x20)

  3. front step left + right elastiband (3x20)

  4. squats elastiband or baby (3x20)

  5. hip thrust elastiband or baby (3x20)

  6. donkey kick left + right elastiband (3x20)

  7. lunge left + right (3x20)

  8. side swing left + right (3x20)

  9. front to back swing left + right (3x20)

  10. calf raise (3x20)

  11. sumo squat elastiband (3x20)

  12. jump rope 10 min (any cooldown)


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