Using weights is a great way to add resistance to your workout and build even more strength. But some days, you’d rather skip the weights – and maybe even the gym and just go weight-free. You can still get a very effective workout this way. And spending just 10 minutes doing these five weight-free exercises can tone your arms.

While you move through this weight-free workout, fitness trainer, Kenta Seki, advises to engage your abs to keep better form and avoid injury.

Plank Ups 

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How many: 10 

How to do plank ups: Start in plank pose with hands on the ground. Go down onto each forearm, one at a time, before coming back to high plank position.

Lateral Plank Walks

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How many: 10 

How to do lateral plank walks: Starting in high plank position, step your left food to the side, along with your left arm, following by the right side. Walk your way down the length of your mat and return to the other side.

Burpees with push-ups 

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How many: 10 

How to do burpees with push-ups: Start with a pushup before hopping your legs up to meet your arms. Then, do a burpee, and repeat.

Plank with shoulder taps 

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How many: 10 

How to do planks with shoulder taps: Start in high plank position. While keeping your abs tight and your hips as still as possible, tap opposite shoulder with opposite hand, and continue alternating for 10 repetitions.

Diamond push ups

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How many: 10 

How to do diamond push ups: Start in high plank position, put instead of keeping your hands under your shoulders, bring them together to form a triangle. It’s a challenging move and you can modify it by dropping your knees to the ground. 

Unless something seems urgent, it’s easy to dismiss certain symptoms – even when your gynecologist asks about them. But there are some symptoms you should never ignore no matter how common or benign they seem. Just because a symptom is common doesn’t mean it’s okay. So, if you notice the five following signs, make sure you let your gynecologist know. 

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