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With the MostFit Core Hammer you no longer need a bulky tire and sledgehammer for this style of workout. The Core Hammer can be used in group exercise classes, small group training, and personal training. In this video personal trainer Erin demonstrates...
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Watch Amy Kiser, personal trainer and fitness instructor of BodyFit by Amy, demonstrate creative variations of Core Flyte Mountain Climbers. Each Core Flyte has three omni-directional balls that move under a stable base to add a stability component to...
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Core Flytes are tiny tools that intensify bodyweight exercises. Core Flytes use 3 omni-directional balls that move under a stable base to add a stability component to any exercise, activating more muscles.Unlike any gliding or sliding product, you must...
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Lying supine with the knees bent to about 90 degrees and feet flat on the floor, position a foam roller beneath you just at or near the bottom of the shoulder blades (equivalent to T7 level). Next, gently clasp the hands together behind the head, perform...
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The Wobble board push up is a great variation for core conditioning as well as an excellent exercise for upper quarter strengthening.To perform the exercise, begin in the push up position with hands on the side of a wobble board. Tighten the abdominal...
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This exercise from the BOSU® Active Aging exercise library helps develop posterior chain strength and endurance, stabilization and balance. Start in a supine incline position with the shoulders on top of the BOSU® Balance Trainer dome, knees flexed,...
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Begin in tall kneeling. Grasp the kettlebell and hold it against the chest. Next, perform a chin tuck, activate the deep abdominal muscles, and actively engage the glutes to align the head, neck, shoulders and spine in a neutral position.Once the body...
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The Lebert Buddy System is the best partner workout! No set up or fixed anchor required. It has instant tension adjusting capability and is great for rowing movements, working many muscles at once. This video shows a variation on the Unilateral Row...
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Grasp the handles (or straight bar) and position the arms so the shoulders are flexed to 90 degrees with the elbows straight. Stand in an athletic position with soft knees and a neutral spine. Next, engage the transverse abdominus and depress the shoulder...
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Functional exercises are crucial for training clients for returning to sports activity. One leg stance and knee bends combined with trunk rotation are excellent movement patterns to improve balance, coordination and reintegrating neurological feedback...
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Stand on the right leg (slightly bent) with the left foot off the ground and that knee slightly bent. Next squat down on the right leg and then bound/leap forward onto the left foot and moving in a controlled manner. Allow the ankle, knee and hip to...
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Incorporate an Active Office during your work-week to supplement your exercise regime in the gym and on weekends. By engaging your muscles in an environment where we are typically sitting rigid and static, you can activate muscles in your legs, back...
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Begin standing on the left leg while keeping the right leg in line with the body and the foot just off the floor. Next, slowly squat down while allowing the right leg to move behind the body and across the midline in a posterolateral direction. Squat...
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This video clip shows two variations of the push-up, a traditional core exercise still very much used in current core programming. Both variations, unstable lower, complex and arms elevated, pike complex, can be made easier (the higher the incline...
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The development of core stability strength and coordination is paramount before we ask our clients to engage in exercises that involve moving the spine with external resistance. The rationale for this is simple; we need to first strengthen the muscles...

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