The full-body workout you can do anywhere No matter where you are, you can get a full-body workout with these seven simple moves. By Kate Daley 2014-06-30 00:00:00 The full-body workout you can do anywhere Slideshow View Slideshow The full-body workout you can do anywhere Replay This Slideshow Next Slideshow Previous Next By: Photo: © Copyright View more galleries The biggest health proble 6 ways outdoor workouts b Fitness technology: The g Single-Leg Hamstring Bend-over With one leg slightly bent, reach your arms toward the ground while lifting your other leg straight back, bringing your body parallel to the ground. Return to standing. Repeat five times on one side; switch legs. Crab Walk In a pushup position, move sideways to the left, lifting your left hand and foot, then your right hand and foot. Move 30 seconds in one direction, then switch. Lunge Kick Step backward into a deep lunge with your left foot, gently touching the ground with your left knee. Keeping your weight on your right leg, rise and kick forward with your left leg; return to the original lunge position. Start with five reps on each side and work your way up to 10 to 15 reps. Shoulder & Tricep Press Follow the model's moves going clockwise from top left.Press with Band Securing a resistance band under your shins, lift both hands straight up. Bending at the elbows, lower your arms to shoulder level on each side. Raise your hands together above your head; gently bending your elbows, reach your hands toward your back. Try eight to 25 reps. Tree Hugger Grab a tree trunk with both hands, keeping your arms bent and your feet on opposite sides of the base. Squat down, letting your arms straighten. While squatting, bend your arms and pull your body toward the tree to target your middle back. Start with one to two sets and work your way up to 10. PushUp Get-Up Follow the model's moves going clockwise from the top.In a plank position with your hips and abs lifted and your body weight on your forearms and elbows, straighten your left arm to lift your chest, then straighten your right arm to move into a pushup position. Leading with your left arm, return to your starting position. Try five reps focusing on your left arm, then switch to your right arm. Conor Crunch Follow the model's moves going clockwise from the top.Lying on your left side, lean on your elbow and lift both legs while contracting your abs. Keeping your knees bent, lift both legs straight up and swivel to your opposite side, resting on your right elbow and lowering your legs to just above the ground. If you’re a beginner, you can let your feet touch down. Start with five reps.Check out the 10 best places to get active outdoors in Canada.