7 exercises for a full-body workout (with video tutorials)

The health and fitness world is large and it isn’t always easy to maneuver within it. With TrainAway it is simple to find a gym close by and also get access to great fitness facilities.

Why should you use machines in the fitness center? Because machines are beneficial when you’re a gym newbie or haven’t acquired your full muscular strength or stability yet. Equipment from brands like Technogym or Lifefitness have helpful how-to cards directly on the machine so you can conveniently understand how they’re meant to be utilized.

Have you ever felt baffled by the machines in the gym and couldn’t figure out how to incorporate them into your routine? We’ve got your back. Here are 7 fitness machines and exercises you can use them for, with accompanying video tutorials.

1. Horizontal Seated Leg Press

Right here you’re working out quads, butt, hamstrings, as well as calf muscles. This machine is a helpful way to move on to being capable of doing squats with weights.

2. Lat Pull-Down

Here it’s the shoulder, the broadest muscle of your back, that you’re concentrating on. This exercise is fantastic in helping you work on your strength and form for push-ups.

3. Cable Bicep Bar

As the name implies, this exercise is all about those arms. This machine helps you focus on your technique, form, and posture.

4. Cable Triceps Bar (Or Triceps Pushdown)

Work on your triceps and get rid of jiggly arms at the same time. This exercise is another great way to work on your push-up and pull-up strength, form, and technique.

5. Chest Press

This machine targets your whole upper body, biceps, and triceps. The action is very similar to that of a push-up and will help you improve at that exercise. This machine works out several muscle groups in one go and is helpful practice for getting ready to do more compound exercises later.

6. Hanging Leg Raise

You’ll be ready to hit the beach after using this machine, which targets your core and hip flexors.

7. Cardio: Rowing Machine

And finally: a full-body workout aimed at improving cardio endurance. This is a great way to switch up your cardio routine so you’re not on the treadmill every single time. This machine also helps you improve your balance.

TrainAway can help you find a gym not far away, and these seven routines make it simple and straightforward to structure your workout before you even get to the gym, so you can save time when you’re there. Thanks to TrainAway you can easily check out gyms nearby and see their opening hours, facilities, and photos, as well as buy a pass. In the app you can also search and filter by machines and equipment available so you know exactly what to expect and what you can use in your workout.

 

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