BACK TO BASICS: Body-weight exercises such as the squat, left, and lunge personal trainer Elizabeth Brooks demonstrates here, don’t depend as much on gadgets as some other forms of exercise.
BACK TO BASICS: Body-weight exercises such as the squat, left, and lunge personal trainer Elizabeth Brooks demonstrates here, don’t depend as much on gadgets as some other forms of exercise. Photos by Gabriella Boston WASHINGTON POST
BACK TO BASICS: Body-weight exercises such as the squat, left, and lunge personal trainer Elizabeth Brooks demonstrates here, don’t depend as much on gadgets as some other forms of exercise. Photos by Gabriella Boston WASHINGTON POST

Use your body to strengthen and tone

April 27, 2015 10:11 PM

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