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  • Fitness Tip: Dumbbell 2 Arm Skull Crusher

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    The triceps brachii is Latin for “three-headed arm muscle”. It’s an extensor muscle that joins together at the elbow and is an antagonist of the biceps and brachialis muscles. The triceps cover about 2/3rd of our arm and are primarily used for pushing. One of …

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  • Fitness Tip: Triceps Kickback

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    The tricep kickback strengthens the triceps brachii, which is a three-headed arm muscle that joins together at the elbow. The triceps brachii is both an extensor and an antagonist of the biceps. To strengthen the L. tricep, step forward with the R. foot and hinge …

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  • Fitness Tip: TRX Hip Dip and Oblique Twist

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    Planks are an awesome exercise for core, hip and shoulder strength and stability and a plank on the TRX will be even more challenging and effective for the core as it works to stabilize the body. Begin by adjusting your TRX to mid calf length. …

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  • Fitness Tip: Kettlebell Bottoms Up Reverse Lunge

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    Many sports such require overhead action such as throwing a ball, however many athletes struggle with the overhead postural stability that’s required to excel in their sport. One of the most effective ways to train overhead postural stability is with an unstable overhead load such …

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  • Fitness Tip: Plank Variations

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    Planks are a wonderful exercise for trunk, hip and shoulder stability and moving planks are far more effective and burn more calories than isometric planks. So once you’ve mastered the plank it’s time to start moving in that plank, to start challenging the core and …

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  • Fitness Tip: Jackknife Crunch Variation

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    There are many variations of the Jack Knife Crunch, each targeting different muscles of the core. The Straight Leg Jack Knife Crunch targets the abdominals, primarily. Start by lying on your back and extending your legs out straight and arms overhead. Then simultaneously raise the …

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  • Fitness Tip: Battle Ropes Snowboard Shuffle

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    Battle Ropes are a super effective, full body, low impact training tool that not only develop strength but increases aerobic and anaerobic capacity as well. The Snow Board Shuffle combines two moves; a lower body ski jump with an upper body alternate vertical arm swing. …

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  • Fitness Tip: Kettlebell 2 Arm Swing

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    Kettlebells were developed in Russia in the 1700s and are holistic in their nature working several muscles simultaneously. The two arm Kettlebell swing develops strength, endurance and coordination using mainly the glutes and hamstrings for power, while also engaging the quads, core, deltoids, low back, …

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  • Fitness Tip: Step Back Lunge with Kettlebell Pass

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    Kettlebells were developed in Russia in the 1700s and are holistic in their nature working several muscles simultaneously. The Step Back Lunge with Kettlebell Pass is a version of a weighted lunge.  However with the addition of the kettlebell we incorporate core stability into the …

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  • Fitness Tip: TRX Overhead Back Extension

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    TRX Suspension Training was initially created by Navy Seal, Randy Hedrick, by using the straps of his parachute to train overseas. The TRX is: 1. Scale able to accommodate all fitness levels. 2. Trains in 3-D to work all planes of motion. 3. Displaces the …

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