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Exercise of the Week: Tricep Kickback

Tricep strength is essential when developing overall upper body strength and supporting shoulder and elbow strength. Hold a dumbbell in each hand with your palms facing in toward each other, keeping your knees bent slightly. You can stagger your legs slightly for more balance. Engage your core and maintain a straight back. Hinge forward at… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: Tricep Kickback

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Exercise of the Week: Cross-Under Plank

Planks are one of the best and most accessible exercises that benefit your body. They work your core- obliques, rectus abdominis (the "six-pack") and the transverse abdominis (often called the "corset muscle" that helps stabilize your back). Your trapezius, latissimus, pectorals, deltoids, biceps, and other upper body muscles also get a workout. Your glutes and… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: Cross-Under Plank

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Exercise of the Week: How to Do A Squat

Squats are an excellent exercise to help strengthen your quads (front of the legs), the hamstrings (back of the legs), as well as the glutes. Often what happens, though, is that people squat with a form that either doesn't engage the muscles, or sets them up for injury- especially if they start to add weights.… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: How to Do A Squat

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Exercise of the Week: Bent Over Row

This week’s exercise focuses on your back and chest. Form is very important- keeping your back straight and shoulders back, hinged at the hip will help prevent injury. Move extra slow until you have mastered the form. Start with your feet about shoulder-width apart.Hold a weight in each hand. You can use household items like… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: Bent Over Row

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Exercise of the Week: Crossover Reach

This week we are sharing another no-equipment movement. The cross-over helps work your core, and will also improve your balance and keep you limber. Start by standing with your feet shoulder-width apart. Lift one arm and aim up and across your body in a “punching” movement, but not with a punching force. You will rotate… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: Crossover Reach