Full Body Strength Workout To Take It To The Next Level

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As a beginner, it is very important to always improve your workout and take things to the next level. Thus, I think that a total body workout would be the best step forward, working with more exercises and heavier weights. Hence, you should be able to shift the focus to more important parts of your body such as abs, arms, chest, shoulders, glutes, and hips. Furthermore, this is a pretty straightforward and simple full body strength workout that will target your entire body, making sure you are building lean muscle and gain strength. Thus, keep reading and see for yourself.

1. Squat With Dumbbell

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Stand with feet wider than shoulders.
Then, hold a heavy dumbbell in both hands.
Follow up with bending the knees.
Moreover, make sure you are keeping your weight in the heels.
Perform a squat until the thighs are parallel to the floor.
Also, don’t forget to keep your abs firm.
Then, push through the heels to stand up.
Aim for 15 reps.

2. Deadlifts


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Stand with feet hip-width apart.
Make sure your knees are slightly bent.
Moreover, hold medium-heavy weights in front of the thighs.
Also, maintain your back flat, your shoulders back and the abs firm.
Then, tip from the hips and lower the weight as far as you can.
Raise up, squeezing the glutes.
Aim for 15 reps.

3. Pushups on the Ball


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Kneel on the floor with the ball in front of you.
Then, roll forward on it, walking the hands out to support your body.
Also, make sure your core is firm, the shoulders retracted and the body in a straight line.
Then, place the hands a bit wider than shoulders.
Next, bend the elbows to lower into a pushup.
Press back to start.
Aim for 15 reps.

4. Side Step Squats with Resistance Band


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Place a resistance band under your feet.
Make sure you hold onto handles with both hands.
Then, take a wide step to the right.
Next, lower into a squat, with the knees behind your toes.
Step the feet together and continue stepping to the right before switching sides.

5. Double Arm Dumbbell Rows


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Bend over at the waist until the torso is parallel to the floor.
Make sure your core is firm and the knees are slightly bent.
Hold the weights straight down without locking the elbows.
Bend the elbows and pull the weights up.
While pulling the elbows up, make sure they reach the level of the torso in a rowing motion.
Moreover, maintain contracting the back.
Lower and aim for 15 reps.

6. Incline Curls on the Ball


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Sit on the ball with the weights resting on the thighs.
Then, slowly walk forward until you’re at an incline with the ball supporting your back.
Bend the elbows.
Next, bring the weights towards the shoulder without swinging the arms.
Lower and aim for 15 reps.

7. Triceps Kickbacks


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Stand with feet hip-width apart.
Then, bend at the waist until back is parallel to the floor.
Pull the elbows up next to torso.
Keeping your elbows still, extend the arms out behind you, contracting triceps.
Lower and aim for 15 reps.

8. Seated Rotation for Abs


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Sit tall holding a medicine ball in front of your torso.
Your elbows should be slightly bent.
Keeping your core firm, rotate the ball to the right.
While rotating, make sure you are also keeping the hips and legs facing forward.
Then, contract the abs to bring the ball back to center.
Next, repeat on the left.
lastly, aim for 15 reps.

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