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Having a regular set of exercises will definitely keep you strong and in the shape. While some exercises are designed to be oriented towards getting your body on the shape, some are designed to enhance your strength and increase your stamina. We will not talk about the exercises that will make your abs visible, but rather about the exercises that will make you stronger! The article is oriented towards people who do not have time to go to the gym but rather practice at home. Still, anyone can follow these and improve the strength!

Front squats

Any type of squat is fantastic for your body as these exercises make the lower parts of your body to work. You are exercising the mobility of your lower parts like knees, hips or joints as you make your anterior core much stronger. Of course, gym hardcore enthusiasts would say that powerlifting is the best for this, but powerlifting is very dangerous if you do not pull it out properly. Therefore, do front squats every day – at least 10 squats per rep and do at least 3 reps. This does not take a lot of time, but significantly improves your strength, especially in the lower parts of body.

Chin ups

Although chin ups are not designed for the rookies and people who have just started with exercise, this is one of the most effective exercises that you can perform! It makes your upper back concrete-hard and also makes your shoulder girdle stronger. The beginnings may be harder for people who have just started, but the results are fantastic! Though it requires you to have a piece of equipment to perform the exercise, it is worth buying. Just a 10-minute session every day of these exercises will make you very strong!

Push ups

It is no wonder that push up is the inevitable part of daily routine in the army. Pushups are the classic exercise where you actually lift up your own weight. You are building up your core and functional pushing muscles which makes you stronger and more agile. Try to increase the number of pushups per rep as you do them every day. Start by doing 5-10 pushups in one rep per week, and after the first week, increase that number. The more you do them, the more you will be able to do in a single rep.

Deadlifts

Yes, you will need to have a bit of the additional equipment, but luckily you can buy this equipment for cheap money if you browse a bit the Internet! Deadlifts, as well as pushups, are the best types of exercises for the overall health and overall stamina. It centers the weight you pull up and enables you stay protected as only one group of muscles do this exercise. Have in mind that you can perform this using dumbbell or kettlebells so you do not have to spend a fortune on the equipment. Just make sure you are persistent as the beginning will not be a piece of cake.