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It is Friday at last! Round up your friends, family, or coworkers and gather in an open space… Release this week’s stress, tone your core, build lower and upper body strength, and have fun! WARM-UP (2x) Jog in place: 30 seconds … Continue reading
Fun Friday Circuit …Make it happen! No regrets! WARM-UP Jogging in place: 1 minute Butt Kicks: 1 minute – 30 seconds (slow tempo), 30 seconds (fast tempo) High Knee Touch, Diagonal: 1 minute – 30 seconds each side Ice Skaters: … Continue reading
How well do you S-Q-U-A-T? Do your feet flatten and/or knees move inward? Does your low back over arch? Do you lean forward excessively? SQUAT: How to Correct Muscle Imbalances Feet Turn Out Overactive (Tight) Muscles Soleus Lateral Gastrocnemius Biceps Femoris (short … Continue reading
My night at “The Bar” – How will you be active this weekend?
Are you happy with your butt? Do you wish your butt was rounder, fuller, or more firm? While a nice-looking rear end may boost confidence, it is not all about outer beauty – More importantly, your butt muscles aid with balance and prevent injury. … Continue reading
It’s Wednesday night… You made it to the gym – Congrats! But, now what? When it doubt… SQUAT! Front Squat, Barbell Squat, Dumbbell Squat, Single-Leg Squat, Jump Squat… the list goes on! … Continue reading
I recently completed a Continuing Education Course (CEC) for my Spin Instructor Certification. You might expect this course to be about cardiovascular fitness, however this course focused on resistance training. The course examined how to apply resistance training to the Spinning program. … Continue reading
Do you need to increase your fitness motivation? Engage in Smart Play today! To perform smart play follow three (3) simple rules: Exercises must be easy to understand: Be able to explain each exercise in 30 seconds or less. The duration of each exercise must take … Continue reading
Do you need a increase in your fitness motivation? Engage in Smart Play today! To perform smart play follow three (3) simple rules: Exercises must be easy to understand: Be able to explain each exercise in 30 seconds or less. The duration of each … Continue reading