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Tabata training

Breast
— the top part of the front of your body, below your neck (synonym: chest)
Buttock (butt) — either of the two round soft parts at the top of a person’s legs
Calf
— the back part of the leg between the ankle and the knee
Heel
— the back part of the foot below the ankle
Lumbar
— relating to the lower part of the back
Spine
— (backbone) the line of bones in your back which form a support structure of your body
Thigh
— the part of the leg that is above the knee and below the hip
Thoracic spine (T-spine)
— the longest part of the spine that protects the heart and lungs
Abdominal (six pack, abs)
— muscles of the abdomen (the lower part of a person's or animal's body, containing the stomach, bowels, and other organs, or the end of an insect's body)
Biceps
— the main muscle at the front of the top part of the arm
Gluteus maximus
—the largest of the three muscles that form the human buttock and move the thigh
Gluteus medius
— the middle-sized of the three muscles that form the human buttock and move the thigh
Gluteus minimus
— the smallest of the three large muscles that form the human buttock and move the thigh
Joint
— a place where two bones are joined together in the body in a way that enables them to bend and move
Oblique
— one of the muscles that lies in a
direction from the middle of the body
Triceps
— the large muscle at the back of the top part of the arm
Cheating, cheat rep
— repetition, which is performed with a slight violation of the technique of performing the exercise, after the person reaches the maximum number of repetitions with the weight
Compound exercise
— a type exercise where you use more than one group of muscles at once
Crunch
— an exercise for making your stomach muscles strong, in which you lie on your back on the floor and raise the top part of your body to a sitting position
Push-up
— an exercise in which you lie on your stomach and raise your body off the ground by pressing down on your hands until your arms are straight
Dip, triceps dip
— a push-up on parallel bars/ bench
Lunge
— an exercise in which you step forward with one leg and bend
knees
Sit-up
— an exercise for making your stomach muscles strong, in which you lie on your back on the floor and raise the top part of your body to a sitting position
Squat
— to sit on your heels with your knees bent up close to your body

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