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Test Exercise Two

Test Exercise Two

A.

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Test Exercise One

Test Exercise One

A.

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B.

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Test Exercise Two

Test Exercise Two

A.

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Test Exercise One

Test Exercise One

A.

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B.

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Bench Cross

Bench Cross

A.

Stand with left foot on top of a step or bench and right foot on the floor beside it, hands in fists in front of shoulders. (To increase the workload, hold a dumbbell in each hand.)

B.

Rise up as you cross right leg behind left, landing with right foot on the floor on the opposite side of the step. Return to starting position crossing left leg behind right. Continue, alternating directions.

Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat with Single-Arm Row

Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat with Single-Arm Row

A.

Stand about 3 feet in front of a bench holding a 15-pound dumbbell in right hand. Place top of right foot on top of the bench. Keeping left heel on the ground and left knee tracking in line with second toe, slowly lower into a lunge, hinging torso slightly forward as you lower dumbbell toward the ground.

B.

As you press back up, perform a single-arm row with right hand, keeping elbow close as you draw dumbbell up toward right side of rib cage. Do 12 reps, then switch sides to complete set.

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