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A killer abs workout. A big presentation at work. A bicycle ride with your kids. No matter what you've got planned for the day ahead, start it off right with these five strategies for a fitter, better day.
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Open your hips and chest and give your muscles some postworkout TLC.
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Ease back pain by stretching the muscles in your back and upper torso with this simple mat move.
Give your quads a feel-good stretch with this simple move.
Tone and strengthen your shoulders with the side band raise.
Strengthen and stretch your upper body (including your back and delts!) right at home with this move.
Tone your lower body with this do-anywhere move. It works your thighs, quads and glutes!
Train your triceps with this easy resistance band move. Working these muscles will give you more strength to lift and carry your baby!
Reduce the strain on your back with this modified push-up variation that uses wide hand placement to focus in on your chest muscles.