6. Do a biceps curl and/or triceps kickback

The functional fitness trend has been one of the best things to come out of the last decade of fitness research. Muscle isolation movements, especially those of the small muscles, are not necessary for muscle growth or strength. In fact, scientists are discovering that it’s better to train movements you actually use on a regular basis like pushing, pulling and rotating. You’ll still work your bis and tris but just in combination with other muscle groups like you’d do in real life. Seriously, when’s the last time you had to tricep kickback anything?

If you do decide to try it: Just make sure it’s part of a total body weight lifting program. Don’t be that guy (or girl) who only works the muscles they like.

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  2. Great list. What about dunking a basketball. Drag racing. Anything that has to do with kegels

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