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Squat and Reach
Adding an overhead reach to a squat will tone the upper back and build strong arms.
Begin with your feet slightly wider than hip width apart and toes pointed slightly outward.
Keeping your weight in your heels, sit back into your deep squat. Make sure your knees do not go beyond your toes.
As you sit back in your squat, raise both of your arms overhead. Once you're in a deep squat, hold this position for a moment, then return to standing while lowering your arms to your sides. This completes one rep.
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