Workouts — workout
Try this full-body dumbbell workout to increase strength and muscle definition. You’ll notice dramatic results and can complete this workout from the comfort of home! 5-minute warm-up: jumping rope or jogging in placeCircuit #1 (complete 10-20 reps of each exercise)· Wide-stance squat to standing shoulder press· Alternate front biceps curls with lateral biceps curls· Alternating reverse lunges· Complete the circuit at least two more times Circuit #2 (complete 10-20 reps of each exercise)· Deadlifts to front raises· Alternate triceps extensions with triceps kickbacks· Narrow-stance squats to lateral raises· Repeat the circuit at least two more timesCircuit #3 (complete 10-20 reps of...
At-Home Rope Jumping Workout (45-50 minutes)If you’re looking for an at-home workout that gets your blood pumping, consider these rope-jumping, toning, muscle-building exercises: Warm up (jog in place) for 3-5 minutes. Circuit #1 Jump rope with two feet at a time (10 jumps at a moderate pace, followed by 10 jumps at a fast pace continuously): 1 minute Squats (hold weights for added resistance): 1 minute Plank jacks: 1 minute Repeat this sequence of exercises two more times Circuit #2 Jump rope with one foot at a time (10 jumps at a moderate pace, followed 10 jumps at a fast...
Stair Climbing @Home If you have stairs inside or outside of your home, consider this at-home stair workout to increase muscle definition and boost your cardiovascular endurance. To increase the difficulty level of this workout, hold dumbbell weights during most of the exercises. Workout Details Warm-up for 3-5 minutes: slowly climb up and down your stairs continuously at a comfortable pace to warm up. Circuit #1 · Sprint up your stairs · When you get to the top, complete 20 squat jumps · Walk down the stairs · When you get to the bottom, complete 20 push-ups · Hold a...
Watch this cornerstone video to learn why almost all shoes are bio-mechanically flawed in their design and function. I talk with Dr. Ray McClanahan DPM (Doctor of Podiatric Medicine) from NW Foot & Ankle and inventor of Correct Toes as he demonstrates what your foot looks like inside one of these shoes that 99.9% of people wear and why this is harmful to your performance.