The squat is the "king of exercises" for good reason: It targets almost every muscle in your body.
This seems like a shoulder exercise, but it works virtually every muscle in your body.
The deadlift is just as good as the squat. Some people have trouble with standard barbell deadlifts, which is a shame.
Unlike squats, you train each leg separately, so you can get rid of any imbalances and even improve your balance, agility, and core strength.
If you want to get more out of your weight training, work on strengthening your back muscles more than your front muscles.
Using a suspension trainer makes your shoulder-stabilizing muscles work harder and makes your core work much harder, which isn't a bad thing.
Put away those dinky bicep curl variations! If you want a huge fat-burning effect, chin-ups are the way to go.
The last exercise on our list of the best ones to get rid of love handles is aerobic exercise. This means "traditional" steady-state exercise, like jogging, biking, hiking, rowing, etc.