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10 Exercises To Help Keep Fitness A Priority This New Year

Fitness is a vital element of any routine, and when an exercise regimen has been altered by limited access to a gym and the routine of meeting with fitness buddies, it can be a slippery slope into exercise completely dropping off. But, that doesn't have to be the case. Get creative when choosing how to… Continue reading 10 Exercises To Help Keep Fitness A Priority This New Year

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Exercise Of The Week: Plank With Tricep Extension

Another combination exercise is this plank that incorporates a tricep extension. Use light weights until you are sure you can hold the position without compromising form. If you are unable to initially use the weights, no worries- just work on position and how long you can hold the plank until you are ready to incorporate… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Plank With Tricep Extension

lying tricep extension
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Exercise Of The Week: Lying Tricep Extension

Often referred to as "skull crushers", the lying tricep extension is a great way to build strength in the triceps. When completing this movement, you'll want to maintain awareness that you're not straining your neck and back; keep the weight on the lighter side until you are comfortable with the form. Start by laying on… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Lying Tricep Extension

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Exercise Of The Week: Standing Dumbbell Row

The standing row works your back and core. We've previously shared a variety using a chair or bench, but in this variation, you'll support your weight while slightly bending your knees. -Start by grasping two weights, palms facing your knees. -Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart, knees slightly bent. -Throughout this exercise, make sure to… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Standing Dumbbell Row

cross-over ab workout
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Exercise Of The Week: Cross-Over Ab Workout

This week's exercise is a slight modification of a classic crunch. You may have done a similar variation before, where you shift from side to side and touch each heel; this movement however, has you completing more of the "crunch" movement, working different parts of your core. -Start by laying on your back on a… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Cross-Over Ab Workout