In addition to being beneficial for the overall body, these five exercises are also excellent for toning you up.

Toning and growing muscle need strength exercise. Preventing bone problems like osteoporosis in old age is possible with this type of activity.

Although most of us incorporate jogging and other cardiovascular workouts into our fitness routines on a regular basis, strength training is just as vital.

Do not fret if you are unable to make it to the gym; these workouts may be performed right from the convenience of your own house. Get in shape with these 5 strength training routines.

Place your feet hip-width apart on the ground. Hold one dumbbell each. Push your hips back, gently bend your knees, and bow your chest forward to 90 degrees while standing on your heels. Slide the weight down to the thighs. Return to the start and repeat.

With one dumbbell in each hand, lie on your back. Bend your knees and place your feet flat. Raise dumbbells to the ceiling with upright hands. Tap both elbows to the floor and drop your hands. Repeat 30-40 times.

Stand with one dumbbell in each hand and feet hip-width apart. Bend your knees slightly and drop your chest to 90 degrees. Hang your hands at ground level and parallel to your feet. Squeeze your shoulder blades as you lift your elbow back and bring dumbbells to your sides. Reposition it toward the ground.

Stand with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart. Hold the dumbbells on your shoulders with both hands. Do a deep squat. Stand and repeat overhead dumbbell presses.

Stand with your feet slightly wider than hip-width apart. Hold dumbbells at the chest with elbows close to the side. Squat by pushing your hip back and staying on your heels. Simply move your body and keep your hands still. Return to the starting position.

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