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How to get started? According to workout experts, aim for doing a full body routine that you can do two or three times a week.  Ideally it should be a routine that has at a few of the following exercises for your quads (front part of your legs), butt and hamstrings (back of your legs), your push muscles (chest, shoulders, and triceps), your pull muscles (back, biceps, and forearms), and your core (lower back and abs).  For instance, if you want to work your quads, try squats, lunges and box jumps. For your butt and hamstrings, try hip raises, deadlifts, straight leg deadlifts, good mornings, and step ups. For your push muscles, try the overhead press, the bench press, the incline dumbbell press, pushups, and dips. For your pull muscles, try chin ups, pull ups, inverse body weight rows, dumbbell rows. For your core, try planks, side planks, exercise ball crunches, mountain climbers, jumping knee tucks, and hanging leg raises.

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