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shutterstock_244197751While it’s not mandatory to exercise or have a designated fitness routine in the Equilibrium Protocol, you may want to look into establishing an active lifestyle to make this transformation more sustainable, especially for the long term. Here are some quick and easy bodyweight exercises you can do without having to sign up for gym membership: 1. Lunges Lunges are another way to target the booty, but more importantly, the whole posterior chain. This will make your inner thighs look more toned and tight, perfect for wearing shorts in the summer! Do another 3 sets of 20 reps each, adding weight as you progress. 2. Squats As you age, it becomes harder and harder to burn fat and keep it off. The squat is a compound exercise that hits several muscle groups, but target the quadriceps, hamstrings and glutes. Squats also hit the core, making it a good all-around exercise for toning and lifting the butt. Remember to never let your knees go past your toes and to focus more on form rather than the number of reps you do. Do 3 sets of 20 reps each. Add weight when this becomes too easy for you. 3. Planks Planks are known to be one of the best core exercises around, but it also hits the shoulders, quadriceps and chest. Get into a pushup position and hold. It’s that easy, and you can do various modifications to increase its difficulty. Do 10 reps of 15 seconds each with 5 seconds of rest in between each rep. Remember that you’re in this for the long term. We’re here to help you jumpstart your healthy lifestyle and more importantly, we want to see you succeed in the long term. That’s what you can expect from the best weight loss clinic in Savannah!
 

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