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It's easy to think of workout ideas with a gym full of equipment. An empty room with just you and four walls presents more of a challenge. But with a little creativity, you can turn that boring flat surface into a dynamic workout partner.
"Wall exercises engage the core and stabilizers of the hips and shoulders, depending on the area of focus," says Mark Merchant, C.S.C.S., co-owner of As One Fitness in New York City. Try these challenging moves to add a new dimension to any workout.
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fit woman in workout gear leaning up against a wall
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