Bodyweight Exercises

  • Lateral Lunges Off Step

    The step offers height to make your hip muscles work harder in the lunge.

  • Lateral Lunges With Spiral

    Adding a twist to the lunge works your back muscles in a different way.

  • Leg Extension

    This can be done anywhere, from your kitchen to standing at a bus stop, so you'll always have a reason to do them.

  • Lunges

    Lunges can be done anywhere and just a few can really fatigue your leg and hip muscles.

  • Modified Superman

    This is an easier version of the Superman, good for those who want to strengthen their neck and back without adding undue stress.

  • Oblique Crunches

    These crunches involve the obliques more than typical crunches.

  • Oblique Engagement

    This is a very effective exercise if your back is stiff and you want more range of motion with your torso. It is simultaneously a tough workout for your obliques.

  • One Leg Stand

    You can do this anywhere since no equipment is needed. It is important for anyone to be able to do in order to move through their day unrestricted.

  • One-arm Superman

    One-arm Superman is a back exercise that strengthens each side of your back independently. It also strengthens your rear shoulders, glutes and hamstrings and stretches your lats.

  • Pizzaholders

    Balancing on your tailbone and lengthening the legs away from you then contracting to fetal position to strengthen your abdominals.

 

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