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10 Best Strength Exercises for MS

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4 MS exercise illustrations - Bird Dog, Clamshell, Glute Bridge, and Sit-to-Stand
Jason Hoffman

4 MS exercise illustrations - Resistance Band Row, Standing Leg Lift, Stationary Lunge, and Shoulder Press
Jason Hoffman

How to Use This List


Bird Dog exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #1: Bird Dog


Bird Dog exercise illustration
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How to: Bird Dog


Sit-To-Stand exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #2: Sit-to-Stand


Sit-To-Stand exercise illustration
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How to: Sit-to-Stand


Glute Bridge exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #3: Glute Bridge


Glute Bridge exercise illustration
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How to: Glute Bridge


Single-Leg Stand exercise illustration
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Exercise #4: Single-Leg Stand


Single-Leg Stand exercise illustration
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How to: Single-Leg Stand


Stationary Lunge exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #5: Stationary Lunge


Stationary Lunge exercise illustration
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How to: Stationary Lunge


Clamshell exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #6: Clamshell


Clamshell exercise illustration
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How to: Clamshell


Resistance-Band Row exercise illustration
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Exercise #7: Resistance-Band Row


Resistance-Band Row exercise illustration
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How to: Resistance-Band Row


Standing Leg Lift exercise illustration
Jason Hoffman

Exercise #8: Standing Leg Lift


Standing Leg Lift exercise illustration
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How to: Standing Leg Lift


Resistance-Band Shoulder Press exercise illustration
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Exercise #9: Resistance-Band Shoulder Press


Resistance-Band Shoulder Press exercise illustration
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How to: Resistance-Band Shoulder Press


Standing Wood Chop exercise illustration
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Exercise #10: Standing Wood Chop


Standing Wood Chop exercise illustration
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How to: Standing Wood Chop


K. Aleisha Fetters

K. Aleisha Fetters

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Aleisha is a Chicago-based certified strength and conditioning specialist who uses her background in research and communication to help people empower themselves through smart strength training. Other than HealthCentral, Aleisha contributes to publications including Time, Women’s Health, Men’s Health, Runner’s World, SELF, and U.S. News & World Report. She is the co-author of The Woman’s Guide to Strength Training. She can usually be spotted in workout clothes and/or eating.