Anyone who wants to get stronger overall needs to do this traditional compound movement.
Squats may help you burn more calories, enhance bone health, and minimize injuries while strengthening your quadriceps, glutes, calves, and hamstrings (ISSA).
Lower yourself slowly by bending your knees and shifting your hips back. When your thighs are parallel to the floor, stand back up.
Curls can help you get biceps that bulge out of your sleeves, but they only work one muscle group, so they don't help you get stronger overall.
Start with your arms down and palms facing forward. Bend your elbows to bring the dumbbells up to your shoulders.
Next, rotate the dumbbells outward until your palms face forward while keeping them at shoulder level.
Walking lunges are a great way to strengthen your lower body, so they are a great addition to this strength-building weight lifting workout.
A 2018 study published in the Journal of Human Kinetics found that lunges can strengthen your glutes, hamstrings, and core while also making you more stable and improving your balance.
As you stand up, step your back leg forward and plant it like you did with the first lunge. Lower yourself until your legs form right angles, then repeat, alternating with each set.
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