10 Exercise Pairs That Were Made for Each Other

livestrong.com—July 28, 2015

 Livestrong.com writer Linda Melone provides 10 exercises that pair together making for an effective and safe workout.

The article notes that choosing the best exercises to help you reach your fitness goals depends on many factors. Exercise selection will vary according to your inherent abilities, medical or orthopedic limitations and your overall movement quality, says Jason Machowsky, CSCS, a board-certified sports dietitian and performance specialist at Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. "In general, paired exercises that work best either allow for a balanced muscle group (push then pull) or involve working one body part while the other rests, such as in alternating upper- and lower-body exercises."

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