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Love Your Legs Workout, Calf Raise Three Ways. Using the step of a staircase, stand with your heels hanging over the edge and turn your toes inward and let
The One-Legged Calf Squat exercise works your quads and calves .
foot, keep your abs tight to help you balance, and hold your right leg out behind you. The running man targets your glutes, calves , thighs, hips, and core. After 15 reps, switch sides and do 15 hops out of your left foot. By holding one leg behind you
The Waterwheel Sculpts and stretches your arms, obliques, hips, glutes, and calves . Start in a wide stance and be sure that your bent knee is aligned over your foot. Hinge from the hips and keep your torso long
holding each position for 2 counts. Continue for one minute. Don't lift the weights higher than your shoulders. Keep your elbows slightly bent but not locked. The alternating shoulder raise targets your shoulders, calves , and thighs.
-The Rolling Knee series works the arms, chest, abs, obliques, glutes, and calves , and the smooth flowing motions will soothe stress. Try to balance your weight between your hands and feet. Do 10 reps on each
controlled as you lower and lift your butt about 4 inches. Take your time and keep yourselves steady as you lift and lower between 8 and 12 times. This move works your hips, gluts, legs, and calves as well as your core and shoulders.
and press. Good! Up, head is relaxed. Nice! Keep the belly button in, lift the heel up. One more time, heel goes up, calf raised up, sweep that foot through, bring it right between the hands, right up, shoulders over hips, knee over ankle, hands
-The Short Shorts Workout: Standing Leg Curl. You can either do this hamstring curl free standing or hold on to the back of a chair. Squeeze the yoga mat between your calf and hamstring as you pulse your leg up 6 inches. Do 10 reps on this leg, then switch sides and repeat.
The High-Heeled Pulse exercise works your shoulders, triceps, quads, inner thighs and calves .