Bored of your training program? Stuck at a plateau? Follow the FitnessRx 7-Day Total Body Program #5 to shake up your routine, work your muscles in new ways, stimulate your mind and get some serious results!
I get it. In just a matter of weeks, I can tweak the form, build up their strength and have these very same ladies performing multiple repetitions of push-ups from their toes and eventually even adding weight to the exercise for added difficulty.
You would think that after using the lower body for every aerobic exercise, this area would stay tight and toned. However, the thighs and hips can get out of shape pretty quickly. Squats on a leg thrust machine might sound ominous, but they are actually very effective for transforming soft and formless lower thighs, hips and buttocks to a lower body that is firm and fully contoured.
To help build your core strength, here are 10 nontraditional abdominal exercises that are safe for your spine. These moves feature minimal twisting, which minimizes torsion! (In other words, less chances for disk herniation, paraspinal muscle sprains, or other back injuries.)
Check out my No Gym Necessary Tush Tightening workout that is sure to leave you sore in all the right places. The best part is, you do NOT need a gym or a single piece equipment to rock this workout. Give it a try and let me know what you think!
Bored of your training program? Stuck at a plateau? Follow the FitnessRx Week of Workouts to shake up your routine, work your muscles in new ways, stimulate your mind and get some serious results!
Thinking a curvy backside and tight hams are just for aesthetics? Think again! With anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries rising over the past several decades, the problem is definitely in need of our attention.
Check out this full-body circuit workout that is sure to burn calories and tone your body from head to toe. There is no gym necessary and all the exercises are done with only bodyweight, which means there are no excuses!
In this article, I’m first going to show you why the common claim that “heavy squats and deadlifts are all you need to train your abs and obliques,” doesn’t make scientific sense when we look at the relevant evidence, and defies common sense when we look at how barbell squats and deadlifts apply load to the torso. Then I’m going to share with you five of my top abdominal and oblique training exercises.
Bored of your training program? Stuck at a plateau? Follow the FitnessRx 7-Day Total Body Program #3 to shake up your routine, work your muscles in new ways, stimulate your mind and get some serious results!