Work your hips, thighs, butt, and arms with the Double-Duty Squat
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Unlike a tradition squat, the Double-Duty squat tones you from head to toe by working your hip, thighs, butt and arms. To start, you're going to stand with your feet about shoulder width apart, holding the dumbbells down at your side with your palms in. You're going to bend your hips and knees sitting back into a squat. At the same time, turn your palms up and the elbows and curl the weights up to your shoulder. Then standing back up lower the weight. Sit back and curl those dumbbells, abs are tight. Keep the knees behind the toes and stand back up. And again, aim to do two sets of 8-12 reps of this exercise resting 30 seconds in between sets. When you can easily do 12 reps, try using a heavier weight.
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