Share :)HAPPY NEW YOU! 12 Minute Anti Aging Workouts: KIANA’S DIRTY 30s Losing weight after 40 is not as hard as you think. STRENGTH TRAINING & FAST REPS are KEY COMPONENTS to achieving your fitness goals. Research shows that HOW you train can make a difference between average results and superior results that give you a faster metabolism to burn fat, blast calories to show off lean muscle. The secret
Share :)Fit Mom TV 500 Rep Challenge Get your pre-kid booty back. & better. Let’s do this! Set your timer on your smart phone or watch and complete the number of repetitions for each exercise. After you’ve done the Circuit 4 times, stop the timer and record your time. Post your time on our Facebook, Instagram. CLICK HERE FOR PDF PRINTABLE VERSION[“http://fitmomtv.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/30-DAY-CHALLENGE.jpg.pdf” title=”FIT MOM TV 500 REP CHALLENGE”] If you
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Share :)Tighten your butt and legs with Squat Presses
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 :)Shoulder Shockers for strong and sexy shoulders How to do them: Starting position: Stand with your feet hip width, knees bent to protect the lower back, shoulders back and down, abs tight, body flexed. The Move: With you elbows slightly bent, exhale as you raise a weight plate or Dumbbells in front of your face. Hold a beat. Inhale as you Slowly lower. 15 reps. 3 sets. Photo: So
Share :)Super excited to produce a special Fit Mom TV Video for Active.com. Stay Fit moms!
Share :)Fit Mom Erin powering through Plate Raises for the shoulders with a 25 lb weight plate! Wow!-How to: Wide athletic stance. Knees slightly bent. Core tight. Shoulders back and down.-The move: raise a weight plate in front of your shoulders hold a beat and return to starting position.-Tips: keep elbows slightly bent. No rocking. Exhale as you lift-Erin is a mom of 2. She’s a highly competitive triathlete who