Standing heel taps work your core and legs- and also help you develop your balance. No equipment required- this is another easy exercise that can be completed anywhere. Stand with your feet about shoulder-width apart.Bring one knee up, with your foot angling slightly towards the center of your body. With your opposite hand, reach across… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: Standing Heel Taps
Wall-sits are an easy exercise that can be done anywhere, and don’t require any equipment. They work your glutes, calves, and quads. Wall- sits can also work your core, if you know how to activate it effectively during the exercise. This version also requires additional balance, as you’ll have moments in each rep where you’re… Continue reading Exercise of the Week: One-Legged Wall Sit
As I discussed in last week’s post sitting for hours at a desk can leave us dealing with aches and pain all night. Due to the pandemic, many have been forced to work in front of a computer far longer than usual. Finding ways to alleviate the painful consequences has become a priority. As a… Continue reading Do Alternatives To A Regular Chair Really Help?
This week's exercise is a great selection to strengthen your core and only requires a single dumbbell or small item (like a can of soup or a water bottle). Keep your core activated throughout the movement. Avoid lifting your head; the movement in this exercise should be from your legs and arms. Start by laying… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Single Dumbbell Core Workout
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