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The tensor fascia lata (TFL) is a problematic muscle for many clients. In many cases, it is synergistically dominant over the gluteus medius and often contributes to tightness associated with the IT band. Its actions are primarily hip flexion and...
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Push-ups are the best! But, if your client can't do enough good reps to get results, or if they're too tired or deconditioned to do push-ups, try these Push-up Regressions on the Tag Fitness 10 in ONE Platform Trainer to reduce the load, do more reps,...
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Activating the Posterior Chain is functionally as well as aesthetically beneficial. Use these progressions to stretch, strengthen and tone up the lower back, rear end and hamstrings!For clients who don't like to get down on the floor, here are some...
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Here's a terrific exercise to tighten the tush and all you need is your own body weight! Rather than keeping both feet on the mat when lifting up into a table top, increase the challenge and get those glutes working overtime by extending one leg straight...
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Many athletes and clients struggle with hamstring muscle activation. A normal quad to hamstring ratio would be 3:2, but studies often find that subjects tend to be closer to 2:1 (especially females). This diminished ratio can increase knee injury risk...
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NFPT is proud to partner with GMP Fitness! NFPT recommends GMP courses for continuing education and skill set development. This exercise, the Hip Lift with Stability Ball, is an example of the types of exercises that will be demonstrated in the GMP Core...
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Mountain Climbers are a very popular exercise among everyone from personal trainers to the at-home exerciser because it's a challenging move you can do anywhere, anytime and without the need for any additional equipment. However, this movement commonly...
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Training the core in multiple positions is advantageous for many reasons. I like to work in half kneeling using various modes of resistance to improve pillar strength. This exercise covers a half kneeling lift maneuver with the Activmotion bar
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Get ready to sport a rocking body this summer by kicking your fitness into high gear. This total-body, no-equipment program from American Council on Exercise features six high-intensity moves with options to fit your fitness level. Use this quick workout...
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Get ready to challenge yourself with this advanced combination decline push-up and pull-up move with the Lebert Equalizer. Marc Lebert, the inventor of the Lebert Equalizer takes you through the decline push up with changes in elevation working your core...
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The single-leg row is useful for improving hip strength/stability, postural strength and endurance, balance and trunk control. Using the Activmotion Bar further adds a neuromuscular challenge in terms of providing an inconsistent lever to balance...
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The child of immigrants who spent much of his life in poverty, Ryan Vivar started his personal training business to help pay for his aunt's cancer treatment. Now a studio owner, he helps people from all walks of life achieve greatness. Like other ACE...
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Getting tired of your everyday plank routine? Using the marked grip lines and the ends of the bar, ActivMotion Bar trainer Derek Mikulski walks you through a set of reaching movements that truly rock your core. Twist as you reach to engage your abs...
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Brian Schiff demonstrates the single leg RDL -- an excellent exercise to improve hip strength, stability and proprioception. Incorporating the Activmotion Bar adds an element of instability to the bar as the shifting weight will force some dynamic...
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1. Place your right foot along the right side of the board, so that your foot is facing forward. Put all your weight through your right foot until the platform touches the base. Now place your left foot on the left side of the board, so that your...
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Joe Vennare, co-founder of Hybrid Athlete and PFP Trainer of the Year finalist, shows us how to add variety and excitement to your exercise routine with this new move - the Sandbell overhead slam. This total body move engages multiple muscle groups, making...
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Get more from your sit-up and low back exercise routine when you add the dynamic and unstable ActivMotion Bar. In these abdominal and low back variations, you are tasked with stabilizing the bar as the free-moving internal weights shift. This forces...
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1. Stand on SBB with feet straight, shoulder width-apart. 2. Keep chest up, shoulders back, and abs engaged. 3. With a dumbbell in each hand, arms down, bend your knees until you are in a seated position. 4. Pushing through the heels, engage your glutes...
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If you can already do a basic abdominal plank for 30 seconds, challenge yourself beyond the basic plank instead of boring yourself with redundant exercises; spend that valuable (and limited) training time doing more advanced plank variations like the...

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