This lifting and balancing move firms your shoulders, back, butt, and legs.
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This move is the Overhead Lift. You're going to secure one end of the band to a sturdy table leg or couch leg or a bed leg or a bench if you have it. And the other end, you're going to hold in both hands with the dumbbell. You are going to step a few feet away from the anchor point, feet are shoulder width apart, toes straight ahead, and we're going to sit back into a squat, keeping those abs nice and tight. Make sure the knee is behind the toes. The dumbbells coming down between your legs. Now as you stand up, you're going to raise the dumbbell pulling that band lift it overhead and we're going to come up on to our toes, and lower, and lift, and bringing it back down. Good! Lifting up and down, up on the toes working those calves and back down. This move is working your abs, your butt, your shoulders and your back. You want to do 15-20 reps of this move and then do one minute of cardio.
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