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Please tell me what are good lower body workouts for a guy?

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Dr. Ronald Oberman
Podiatry 32 years experience
See below.: Squats, leg curls and leg extensions are good basic exercises.

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Please tell me what are some quick upper body workouts?

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Pushups: Not sure what you're looking for exactly, but if you're looking for quick things to do with just 10 - 15 minutes during lunch at work, you could do pushups and dips using chairs. Also you could bring some light weights or bands to do biceps curls, triceps extensions, rotator cuff strengthening, etc.
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How to get mass in lower body? What are good lower body workouts?

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Leg workouts: You may want to seek the advice of a good, experienced personal trainer.... @ the very least start easy ( low weight, low reps)2 or 3 times a week: squats , lunges, leg press, hamstring curls, toe raises.Best of luck!

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