Today, I wanted to share with you a technique you can use immediately with your squat sessions. This is an old bodybuilding style called the “Breathing Squat.”
The other day, I wrote one of my daily emails to my clients, and I opened up a lot about some aspects of my journey that I’d previously been kind of afraid to share. It was just the beginning, because after a lot of introspection and also many conversations with clients and friends, I realized that fitness is not just about eating healthy and training hard.
I am sure you often feel too busy to squeeze in a workout. No matter how busy you are, you can train hard and get some great results. Here’s a 10-minute quick fix workout for you to get yourself feeling reconnected with your fitness after a day of indulgence.
The smoothie recipe I have for you can be used as an on-the-go meal, especially in the morning after a holiday party, or as an afternoon pick-me-up. You’ll feel refreshed, detoxified, healthy and ready to take on the holidays!
The holidays should be enjoyed, and you should live in the moment and celebrate with your family and friends—not feeling restricted and like an outcast. This is not an invitation to go completely off the rails, but instead, I want to share with you 5 not so common tips that you can use this holiday season to continue to feel amazing and also enjoy yourself.
Strengthening the triceps is a great way to improve your push-up strength. The triceps are the muscles on the backs of the arms that are responsible for any type of pushing. Engaging the triceps can be difficult on a push-up movement because many women struggle to keep their arms close to the body.
The Valslide Windshield Wiper is the exercise I want you to start using. Use this exercise as a supplement to your current training routine. You can add it in to the end of a session as an accessory movement or build it into a full-body circuit.
When I first brought the Handstand Push-up to my clients, I had one woman ask me, “Does this exercise work, or is it just a fun party trick?”
Training should enhance your life, not take away from it. For that reason I always suggest some type of sprint session or even better, a finisher.
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