Strength training is essential for a healthy lifestyle. Don't run out of energy too soon, lift weights to get stronger and keep you in your activities longer!
Warm up first with mobility and dynamic moves
8 kettlebell deadlifts
5 double kettlebell swings one clean two see saw presses
5 kettlebell goblet squats
5R/5L TRX one leg squats
2 band assist chin ups plus 5R/5L band resist leg push downs
8R/8L rolling deck squat to one leg balance
5 rounds. Foam roll. Stretch. Good times!
Improve your heart and lung health with treadmill workouts that are practical, doable, and sustainable.
3 min warm up - 3 mins
3 min run 1 min walk x's 5 - 20 mins
6 min walk at a 5% incline - 6 mins
1 min walk back down to 1% incline- 1 min
30 sec run 30 sec walk x's 7 - 7 mins
5 min cool down - 5 mins
42 minutes total. Stretch. Good times!
When your favorite workout falls on a stressful brewing morning you do your happy dance... stress be gone!
Warm up first with some mobility and dynamic moves
5 double kettlebell deadlift burpees
10 kettlebell swings
5 walkout to plank to negative push up to walk back
5R/5L plank one arm rows
5R/5L kettlebell snatches
Six rounds. Foam roll. Good times!
When you're ready to experience kettlebell training here's what you can expect during your sessions:
1. There is a learning curve, and each move is broken down so you learn correctly
2. You'll get cardiovascular interval conditioning during each workout
3. You'll build lean muscle and burn fat while learning how to move your body safely
4. There is no mindless movement. Each kettlebell move requires you to stay present, engaged and focused
And what's the big deal about that?
A balanced full body strength training program which focuses on strengthening functional movement patterns will help you enjoy your activities longer without running out of gas too soon!
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