workout plans -
January 31, 2016
Position 1 Position 2 Pike Exercise Instead of pushing your body up or holding it steady, raise your hips in the air into a pike and you’ll feel it for sure. Pike 1) Place feet into the handles so that you can face the floor with your body parallel to the ground, in a elevated push up position with hands shoulder width apart.2) Focus straight ahead and keep feet together and legs straight, throughout the movement keep your weight balanced over your hands. Raise your hips bringing your feet toward you until your torso is vertical and inline with...
personal trainer exercises,
January 30, 2016
Position 1 Position 2 1) Stand feet hip width apart, holding the handles with a full grip. Lean back for straps to take your bodyweight, keep your back and legs in a straight line throughout, arms shoulder width and fully extended. 2) Keeping hands in the same position pull the hands toward the body, pause and release. Focus on contracting the bicep. - Palms facing toward you (underhand) bicep curl- Palms facing the away from you (overhand) reverse curl- Palms facing together (neutral) hammer curl- adjusting the angle of your body with vary the difficulty- body at a 10 degree...
December 21, 2015
This exercise is great for targeting and toning the upper legs and gluts. This is a intermediate exercise and please take care when completing this exercise. Extra space is needed for the exercise shown. Always test the suspension set is firmly secure before exercising. The explosive squat exercise with the suspension straps works great for maintaining balance throughout the exercise. When you are place bodyweight on the suspension straps you have extra support of stability through the exercise. . Equipment needed – Suspension Set and training anchor 1. Place your feet at shoulder width apart. Move into squat position by slowly bending your knees and lower your body...
December 13, 2013
Gymnastic ring exercises can be quite beneficial to people other than gymnasts. They can help improve both strength and flexibility, while being versatile enough to accommodate anyone and allowing you to move from one position to another in no time at all. For the vast majority of people, the gym rings would not be used as they would with gymnasts, as this would require learning a completely different modality. That said, they can be used in exercises that you might normally perform, but add in a novel stimulus. Gym Ring Exercise #1: Ring Dips The main muscles that are trained...