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    hitting the big muscle groups

    Take a second to think about your gym routine (I'll wait). Got it? Now, I bet you feel pretty good about the fitness moves that you’ve incorporated -- you're hitting the big muscle groups, you're the champion of the weight room, and plus, these moves are so popular that they have to be effective. Right?

    What does the phrase in red mean?
    I need native speakers' help.

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    Re: hitting the big muscle groups

    It means that you are focusing on exercising your larger muscle groups during your workout.

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