It's important to perform both Push exercises (push-ups, strict and push press, bench press, thrusters, etc) as well as Pull exercises (pull-ups, bent over row, high pulls, reverse db fly, etc). When you do a lot more of one type of exercise than the other, the body gets disproportionate and muscle imbalances develop. This is why … Continue reading Push & Pull
Anyone who has worked with me in a small group situation or 1-on-1 knows that I am a tad anal when it comes to technique. Some might say I am a "technique nazi". I hold this title near and dear to me. Too many times I see trainers letting people get away with well below … Continue reading The Importance of Technique
No equipment necessary, here is an example of a quick workout you can do with a willing partner. Do 3-5 rounds with a consistent number of reps. Get to it! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrSRfkd9k5o
20 minute AMRAP (As Many Rounds As Possible): 10 wall balls 20 push ups 30 squats 40 sit ups 30 double unders (jump rope) 20 pull ups 10 wall balls
No equipment necessary. Do each exercise for 4 sets of 30 seconds on/30 seconds rest. The goal is to count your reps and try to get one more rep each set. 1) Jumping lunges (4x30"/30") - rest 90 seconds 2) Push ups (same) -rest 90 seconds 3) Air squats (same) (for advanced:30 second rest= holding … Continue reading Body Weight Bonanza
10-1 ladder:Push ups Pull ups (10 push ups, 10 pull ups, 9 push ups, 9 pull ups,,,,,etc) 1-10 ladder: Jump squats Burpees 1 min. continuous walking plank (low plank (elbows) to high plank (hands) continuously)
Movement Mondays 21-15-9 Burpees Push-Ups Air Squats Sit Ups Enjoy!