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GQ Workout

10 push-ups
Keep your fingers spread out, your stomach tight, and your hips in line with your shoulders. Go down until your nose hits the ground, and push back up until your arms lock.
10 dips
Sit down on a chair or bench and cup your hands on the edge on either side of your thighs. Walk your legs out until you're no longer sitting and are supporting yourself on your hands. Using your arms, lower yourself in front of the chair, then push back up until your arms are fully extended.
30 lunges (15 each leg)
Standing with your hands on your hips and your feet shoulder-width apart, take a normal stride out, bending your forward leg at a 90-degree angle. Your back leg should also be at a 90-degree angle, and you should not bang your knee on the ground. Keeping your stomach tight and your hips aligned with your shoulders, step back into your starting position and repeat with the other leg.
15 squat pops
With your feet shoulder-width apart, squat, then jump into the air, reaching your arms for the ceiling. Once you land, bring your feet shoulder-width apart again and repeat.
15 full sit-ups
Laying on your back with your feet on the ground, sit all the way up to your knees, either keeping your arms at your sides (but not using them to assist) or keeping them crossed over your chest to add resistance. Lower yourself back until your shoulder blades touch the ground, then repeat.
10 wall push-ups
Face a wall with your feet shoulder-width apart. Extend your hands at shoulder height, shoulder-width apart or slightly wider, and lean against the wall. Walk your feet back until you're up on your toes. Do a push-up towards the wall, and repeat. To increase difficulty, keep your feet together.
3 minutes jump rope or jumping jacks
Haven't jumped rope since elementary school? You'll pick it back up fast, just stick with it. With jumping jacks, make sure…...

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