Share :)FORM MATTERS Any type of lunge: walking lunge, static lunge, reverse lunge, front lunge, reverse lunge kicks… The most important thing to remember when performing any type of lunge is to keep your knee directly over your ankle to protect your precious knee joint. Your upper and lower leg should form a 90 degree angle. Happy lunging! Save
Share :)This is a challenging exercise to do that burns major calories and tightens your legs & butt. The main thing to focus on is to keep your upper leg and lower leg at 90 degrees. For example, your right leg is forward: the right thigh should be 90 degree to the lower leg. Use your arms for momentum. Keep your shoulders back and down. Exhale as you explode upward!
Share :)Fit Moms don’t like to waste time! We like to maximize every minute and get the most from our efforts. That’s why we LOVE the Core Chest Press. By holding 1 weight, you force your core stabilization muscles to kick in and the result? A tighter, stronger core faster. Do 15 reps. each arm, 3 rounds. Pick a weight that is appx. 60% of your 1 rep. max. The
Share :)Training abs doesn’t have to be a long tedius process. Select 3 exercises and do 1 minute of each for 3 rounds. This is a wonderful basic crunch. Make sure to tip your pelvis under so that your lower back is pressed firmly into the floor or bench. The starting position is with your shoulders OFF the floor / mat. Exhale as you crunch upward toward the sky, hold
Share :)When you train your abs, it’s important to hit the upper and lower abs and the obliques which help pull in your waistline. Tighten your midsection with Oblique Crunches to slim your waistline and strengthen your core.
Share :)Yes, you can tighten your abs without lying on the floor. Try standing crunches to strengthen your lower abs, hip flexors and overall mid section. The key is to visualize bringing the hip across your body toward the opposite shoulder. Keep your elbows open and exhale as you crunch.
Share :)Want to improve your posture? Look and feel more confidant? Look younger? Then try this time saving compound exercise! Starting position: Stand with your feed hip width, knees slightly bent, shoulders back and down, dumbbell in each hand, abs tight. Hinge forward until your back is almost parallel to the floor. Make sure your shoulders are back and down and that your shoulders are NOT rounded forward. The Move: