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muscles and rotate your upper torso as you pull the tubing away from its origin. Slowly return to starting position. Repeat 10 times, then switch sides.7. SMITH MACHINEWhy it's useless: The Smith machine, a multi-purpose machine using a bar attached to a sliding sled, is used for upright rows. But pulling the bar up and under the chin in this way compresses nerves in the shoulder area and can lead to inflammation, says Muelrath.What to do instead: Strengthen the same muscles without the injury risk with dumbbell front raises.To do: Hold onto dumbbells and stand with arms straight, palms facing your thighs. Alternately raise one dumbbell to shoulder height; pause and lower. Repeat with other arm. Perform 10 to 12 reps each arm.RELATED: 9 Exercises You're Doing Wrong8. LEG EXTENSION MACHINEWhy it's useless: Sitting and extending legs out to a horizontal position is simply not functional, says Holland. "You never use this move in real life-plus, it targets only the quadriceps."What to do instead: Choose an exercise that targets many leg muscles at once, such as lunges.To do: Stand with dumbbells or your hands on your hips. Step forward with your left foot, landing on the heel then forefoot and lowering yourself towards the floor. Both knees should be bent at a 45-degree angle. Return to original position by extending your left knee and hip. Alternate sides for 10 to 15 reps each leg.9. INNER AND OUTER THIGH MACHINEWhy it's useless: This ma three-quarters of the time. Presidents Ford, Reagan, and George W. Bush all rated in the mid-to-high 60s, with Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton not far behind. George Herbert Walker Bush, the study found, was apt to speak about the poor fully half the time.Only then -- dead last in the Georgetown rankings -- comes Barack Obama, who mentions the nation's least well-off only 26 percent of the time.Instead, the incumbent is much more likely to invoke the middle class. The study finds him doing so more than half the time he makes reference to an economic class in his public pronouncements, with Obama's nearest competitors in that category being Bill Clinton, who mentioned the middle class 23 percent of the time, and George H.W. Bush, who did so 14 percent of the time. Contacted about the study by Fox News, the White House declined to comment on the record. However, the White House website features statistics on "urban and economic mobility" stating that the stimulus measures enacted during the president's first term have directly lifted at least 7 million Americans out of poverty, and eased the suffering of another 32 million Americans still below the poverty line."I care less about the rhetoric than the actual actions that were taken," said liberal commentator Alan Colmes, a Fox News contributor. "The president has done specific things to improve the economy. ... If you're raising the middle class, you're helping everybody who makes less