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What is the best home workout that can help me get toned fast?

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A home workout designed to help an individual get toned fast must focus on the muscles that respond most quickly to strength training, according to Glamour. These include the arms, calves, lower abs and shoulders.

Glamour suggests a fast-toning home workout that includes squats combined with shoulder presses; pull combos, which are a version of explosive lunges; crossover lunges; and inchworms, which combine planks and push-ups with a downward-dog-like pose. Other exercises included in the workout are standing lifts, side planks, biceps curls and kickbacks. Two sets of the exercises should be done in a circuit three or four days per week.

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  1. glamour.com

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