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3 Arm Moves That'll Get Your Arms Toned While You Wait For Your Morning Coffee to Brew

3 days ago   |   By PopSugar

There are two things that will make any morning better: A great cup of coffee and a solid workout. Can you really kickstart your day before your morning dose of caffeine ever hits your blood stream? Absolutely! While your morning roast is brewing , you can get an arm pump right in your kitchen using three simple arm exercises.
According to certified personal trainer Sarah Chadwell ,"Bodyweight exercises are extremely effective for building and toning muscles and fending off arm flab." Here are her favorite morning exercises.
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3 No-Equipment Leg Moves You Could Seriously Do While Waiting For the Bus

3 No-Equipment Leg Moves You Could Seriously Do While Waiting For the Bus

3 days ago   |   By PopSugar

Waiting for the bus, a flight, or on a long line at Disney? Why not get a quick leg workout in while you wait? You'll probably get some stares if you put in a little extra leg work in this unexpected setting, but you have the time, so take advantage of it. Your legs will be stronger , leaner, and primed for the day, no matter how long it gets.
"Life is hectic, but you can use every spare minute of your day to do something that is body positive. For instance, if you have to wait for the bus, don't just sit there staring down the street. Do some simple, no-equipment-required exercises to...
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