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During rotational exercises while using the ActivMotion Bar, the rolling steel weights inside the bar generate momentum that emphasize rotation to strengthen the core. In this rotary training circuit, we chose three movements that the favorites of some...
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This exercise is an excellent assessment tool as well as way to improve eccentric strength and stability in the entire lower kinetic chain with the Body Sport Standard Plyo Box Set. It also provides an opportunity to improve hip control which in turn...
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PFP columnist Josh Bowen offers this great exercise to help create strength and explosive power in the lower body, especially the glutes
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Poor hip, trunk and shoulder stability elevates injury risk with daily activities and sport. This movement introduces controlled hip extension, torso rotation and shoulder elevation, while aiming to improve pillar strength and stability.Once the Olympic...
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The Core Bench: This will soon become the standard for those who are constantly seeking a better R.O.E. (Return On Effort) When one considers that The Core bench not only offers superior ergonomics and enhanced comfort—but also turns every exercise...
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Create balance, core stability and a deepen the mind-body connection with these three innovative movements using the ActivMotion Bar. To learn more, visit www.activmotionbar.com
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This variation of the typical hack squat and Brazilian lunge utilizes the Gliding discs for total muscle engagement and increased range of motion. Additionally, Mindy Mylrea incorporates the Bender Ball to provide perfect postural feedback, creating...
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Place a slider under the ball of the right foot. Slowly slide the right foot and descend into a split squat position while bringing the hands overhead. Lower down until a moderate but tolerable stretch is felt int he right hip. Pause for 3-5 seconds and...
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Place a mini-band around both ankles. The feet should be pointing straight ahead. Next, move the right leg out to the side lightly touching the toes to the floor. Pause and then return to the start position. The next reach is performed in a diagonal...
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Compilation training, created by physical therapist Bruce Hymanson, consists of three pillars: multiple-muscle activation, multiple-joint participation and multiple-body segment interaction (proprioception). The results are better balance, coordination,...
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During this exercise, clients hold the middle of the sit-up position and grasp their ActivMotion Bar like they would a paddle while kayaking or paddle boarding. As they engage in the paddle motion, the weights inside the ActivMotion Bar roll down to...
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Using a stability ball for hamstring exercises is commonplace in fitness and rehab settings. I feel the use of isometric exercise is often under rated and under utilized because it is viewed as boring or easy by clients. I wanted to offered some variations...
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As described in Strength Training for Fat Loss, a complex is a series of strength training exercises that are each performed for multiple reps using the same piece of equipment. In this case, the piece of equipment is your own body. The Butt Blaster...
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It Hurts so good! REALLY?!!? See how you can get the benefits of myofascial release techniques without resting your full weight on your roller and therefor decreasing the pain we've come to expect!Watch Platform Training Master Trainer and fitness...
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This triple threat push-up protocol is based on a triple drop-set concept. In that, it begins with the most difficult push-up variation and progressively "works down" to the easiest version. In other words, as you fatigue, the exercises become easier,...
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ActivMotion Bar and PFP media bring you another exercise series to check out: Lower Body Balance Variations. Add the dynamic ActivMotion Bar to conventional lower body exercises like squats and lunges for an unbelievable new mind-body and core specific...
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For rotational activities such as throwing, swimming, tennis, volleyball, etc. limited rotation can lead to overuse symptoms and impact the joints above and below (shoulder and lumbar spine). Incorporating dynamic movements that encourage T-spine...
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The burpee is one of the best ways to get your heart rate up and your entire body engaged - testing your strength and aerobic capacities. There is a reason they are staples in NFL conditioning, elite military training, and most high intensity fitness...
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The short foot single-leg squat is one of the best exercises for glute activation and strengthening. This exercise takes your typical single-leg squat and amps it up by adding short foot at the concentric phase of the squat. Short foot is one of the...
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Rely on single-leg training progressions such as this to reduce/resolve poor frontal plane motor patterns, reduce injury risk and optimize performance. This exercise is great for training the trunk to resist unwanted lateral flexion as well as firing...

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