Dumbbell Bicep Curls

Dumbbell Bicep Curls is an intermediate level upper body exercise. There are two versions of the dumbbell/medicine ball bicep-shoulder press: Seated: Because you are in a seated position you will have back support and more stability. Therefore I recommend anyone who is new to fitness start with the seated press.   With the dumbbells in each […]

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High Knees

High Knees is a beginner level cardio exercise that similar to running in place but with an added emphasis on bringing your knees up high. Bring your opposite hand up—simulating a sprinting or running motion—as you bring your knees up. While performing this exercise want to have a slight lean backwards. EXERCISE BREAKDOWN Cardio | […]

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Dumbbell Crunches

Dumbbell Crunches is a beginner level core exercise. Start on your back with your feet on the ground and hands holding the dumbbell above you. Leading with your chin up, contract your abs and push the dumbbell up towards the ceiling. Come up as high as you can without lifting your hips off the ground […]

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Ball Windshield Wipers

Ball Windshield Wipers is an advanced level core exercise. Lay on your back with your arms out to your side, legs extended up holding a physio-ball between them. Rotate your legs to one side using a comfortable range of motion then rotate over to the other side. Press your opposite hand down on the ground […]

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Ball Pass Backs

Ball Pass Backs is an advanced level core exercise. Start on your back with hands extended up over your head holding the physio-ball. Keeping your arms and legs as straight as possible, lift them up off the ground and towards each other so that you pass the physio-ball between your feet. Once the physio-ball is […]

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Ball Knee Tucks

Ball Knee Tucks is an advanced level core exercise. Start in the push-up position with the top of your feet on the ball the slowly bring your knees up towards your chest. Once your knees are at your chest, extend your feet back out to the start position. To increase the intensity of the exercise […]

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Tuck Jumps

The tuck jump is an advanced level cardiovascular exercise. Start with your feet wider then shoulder width and arms at the side. Swing your arms back, squat down then jump up while simultaneously bringing your knees up to the chest. Return back down softly with the knees slightly flexing to minimize the impact then repeat. […]

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Sit Ups

The sit-ups is an intermediate level core exercise. Start by lying on your back with your feet extended out in front of you. The further out your feet are the easier the exercise. With your arms across your chest, slowly lift your torso up to the top of the sit up motion. Be sure to […]

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