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"I would have to say my absolute favorite exercise is downward dog. I always say a downward dog a day keeps the doctor away. Downward facing dog works the entire body from head to toe. You use your arms and legs to stretch and strengthen the body. Your core is keeping you supported. It's an all-over toner for the entire body, while also lengthening and opening you up. You can do it anywhere and anytime, with or without a mat. I like doing it before or after a run or walk, in the morning, at the end of the day, before strength-training or just as a full-body move. Try holding it for 3 to 5 minutes."
—Kristin McGee, celebrity yoga and Pilates instructor
Maximize your time at the gym with these expert-recommended moves that work your whole body