In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates an intensity training technique called FST-7. This technique can be used at the beginning or end of a workout, and is especially effecting for a developing a lagging or weak muscle group.
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates three variations of the lat pulldown. Check out the video and give it a try this week!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole shares five tips for losing that last bit of weight and reaching your fitness goal. If you’ve reached a plateau or need some ways to change up your routine, check out the video and give these tips a try!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates a front raise using a cable with rope handle. This is a perfect exercise for sculpting the fronts of your shoulders. Check out the video and add this to your next upper body workout!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates two progression exercises that will help you get stronger to eventually complete a handstand push-up, an advanced movement. Add this to the end of your shoulder workout to build strength. Check out the video and give it a try this week!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole demonstrates a unique exercise for strengthening the back called a Pendlay row. Similar to a barbell row, it’s a great exercise to switch things up. Check out a video and give it a try this week!
Little changes can keep you motivated, keep you from getting bored and could even help you reach your goals faster. To keep you inspired to continue living the fit life, try out these 11 tips:
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole shares three effective exercises that you can do at home using just a chair and your own bodyweight. Check out the video and then give it a try!
In this Fit Life episode, Nicole shares four of the biggest mistakes people make when it comes to dieting. Simple practices you follow every day could be stalling your weight-loss goals, so check out the video and give these tips a try!
Being fit and healthy will help you live a longer, happier and more fulfilled life. It helps you get more and better sleep, increases energy levels and minimizes trips to the doctor. Most importantly, it helps provide a sense of well-being that comes from knowing you, and your body, are functioning at 100 percent.
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