Fitness fanatic Luke Morris demonstrates a simple full-body workout to get you in shape

Nick Watkins - Writer 14:07 26/06/2018
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Full body workout: Luke Morris

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Four full-body exercises

Dumbell snatches

Bending your legs, reach down and grab the weight and burst up powerfully, lifting the dumbbell above your head and extend your arm. Repeat this several times with the same arm before switching and repeating the movement with your other arm. This exercise helps to develop your coordination and explosiveness, and strengthens your shoulders, lower back, hamstrings, glutes, and lats.

Burpee to push press, using dumbbells

With every repetition, you’ll work your arms, chest, quads, glutes, hamstrings, and abs. After a few sets of burpees, your legs will feel heavy. The dumbbells will work your arms as you lift them above your head after the press up.

Push up to one arm row

Get yourself in the usual press up position and when you come up you should lift the dumbbells one after the other. This exercise will work your arms and core and also your back. You’ll need to be fairly stabilised in order to keep your body still. Try not to swing from side-to-side when lifting the weights.

Kettle bell swing

Take up the squat position, keeping your back straight and lift the kettle bell from the floor and swing it in front of your body, and between your legs. Kettle bell swings work everything from your core, to your shoulders, your quads, your hamstrings, your glutes and your back.

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