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Chin ups - Grip bar with underhand grip (palms facing you) and pull yourself up until your chin is above the bar. Repeat for one minute and count how many repetitions you could do. Do three sets of one-minute chin ups each with a minute's ap in between.
Push ups - Lie face down on floor, legs together and fingers pointing straight ahead. Push body off floor, your weight resting on hands and toes. Keep your back straight and your butt tucked in. Lower body till chest touches floor. Repeat as many times as possible in one minute. Count the repetitions and do three sets.
Sit ups - Lie face up on floor, knees bent and hands behind head. Curl up to sitting position with feet flat on floor. Return to the original position and repeat as many times as possible in one minute. Count the repetitions and do three sets.
Back lifts - Lie face down and tuck your feet under a bed or some support and place your hands behind the head. Arch back by lifting your chest off the floor. Repeat and count repetitions. Do three sets.
Bench steps - Stand in front of a bench or a stair that is about a foot high. Step on to it and step off it with the right leg. Count the repetitions in one minute and repeat for the _left leg. Do three sets for each leg.
Chair dips - Grasp a chair, keeping arms straight and feet slid forward so that your weight rests on your
Lower body as far as possible and return to starting position. Repeat for one minute, count repetitions and do three sets.
Coffee grinder - Support body on floor with extended right hand and right leg. Move body in a circular motion for one minute with right arm as pivot. Repeat for the left arm and do three sets.
last updated on: 2/17/2021
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