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Muscle exercises, the largest library of physical exercises
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Bodyrock.TV - The 10 Best Workout Videos on YouTube If Zuzana's chiseled abs alone aren't enough to inspire you, then you'll love Bodyrock.tv for their creative moves, basic equipment, and short but very intense workouts. The cardio and (mostly) bodyweight circuit workouts are easily adapted to any skill level. Bonus: Unlike many YouTube channels, Freddy shoots high-quality video and Zuzana is great at both explaining and demonstrating. Video: 10 minutes to a flat stomach! You can use your keyboard to see the next slide ( ← previous, → next) Fitness doesn't have to be expensive, just effective Promo Subtitle Image Alt Text The 10 Best Workout Videos on YouTube Title Text Media Folder: Media Root By Charlotte Andersen Topics:

Электронная библиотека эзотерики "Пазлы" - склад литературы для саморазвития printer Muscles are funny things. They respond to just about any type of training, as long as it's hard and as long as it's not the same damn thing you've always done. That's the beauty of density training: It's a whole lot of stuff you haven't tried yet. And best of all, it'll hit your major muscles in a fraction of the time. Instead of counting reps and sets, you'll focus on the total amount of work you can accomplish in a fixed amount of time. Unsure what exercises you should focus on? THE PLAN: Do three density workouts a week, with at least 1 day off in between. Pushup Assume a pushup position, with your hands slightly beyond shoulder-width apart, feet together, and body in a straight line from head to ankles. Reverse Lunge and 1-Arm Press Stand holding a pair of dumbbells next to your shoulders. Inverted Row Lie underneath a secured bar. Prisoner Squat Place your fingers on the back of your head, pull your elbows and shoulders back, and stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Goblet Squat

50 Bodyweight Exercises You Can Do Anywhere Who needs a gym when there’s the living room floor? Bodyweight exercises are a simple, effective way to improve balance, flexibility, and strength without machinery or extra equipment. From legs and shoulders to chest and abs, we’ve covered every part of the body that can get stronger with body resistance alone. Full Body 1. Inchworm Stand up tall with the legs straight, and do like Lil’ Jon and let those fingertips hit the floor. 2. Standing with the knees slightly bent, jump up as high as possible (pretend Jeremy Lin is watching!) 3. Embrace that inner grizzly. 4. Starting on your hands and knees, bring the left foot forward directly under the chest while straightening the right leg. 5. Ready to catch some air? 6. Turn those stairs into a cardio machine—no magic wand necessary. 7. Beginning on all fours with the core engaged, slowly walk the hands forward, staying on the toes but not moving them forward. 8. 9. Nope, we’re (thankfully) not walking the plank. 10. Legs 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.

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Men's Health - Power Training - Explosive The Men's Health Power Training explosive exercise menu category is quite extensive. The reasoning here is that as you become more proficient with the basic exercises, you will be able to further challenge yourself by moving to more difficult variations. As you can see in the figure at right, it is difficult to pinpoint one specific muscle group that will be targeted during these exercises. If I was to name the single important menu category that is generally sadly neglected, it would be this one. Most trainees don't see the importance of incorporating these types of exercises in their training programs. While many people are somewhat intimidated by the technical aspects of the Olympic-style lifts, I will show you several variations that even beginners can successfully learn (and handle) in minutes. Holding a dumbbell on the floor, perform a high pull... Read more » Start with the bar in the hang, or power, position resting in front of your quads. Read more » Read more » Read more »

Crescent Circle - 10 Crunch-Free Moves for Killer Abs - Shape Magazine - Page 11 This challenging move works the abs and the thighs all at once. How to do it: Start seated with your legs bent and lower yourself back onto your elbows. Press your elbows into the floor with your hands in towards your body, palms facing down, to prop your back up off the floor. Next, bring both knees into your chest (without sinking into your back), and point your toes. Bonus tip: If it's too challenging to perform the full circle with your legs extended, bend your knees in to make it a little easier. You can use your keyboard to see the next slide ( ← previous, → next) Try this Pilates and kickboxing-inspired circuit for strong, defined abs Promo Subtitle Try this Pilates and kickboxing-inspired circuit for strong, defined abs. Image Alt Text woman with flat abs Title Text The 4-Minute Fat-Burning Miracle Workout Media Folder: Media Root By Jessica Smith Topics: FeaturedTopic: abs exercises Related articles

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blogilates's Channel Conquering personal challenges make us stronger. So today I decided to see if I could take the "Call Me Maybe" squat challenge and make it even crazier. Can I do 1000 squats without stopping?!! For more information, visit: or #PlayOn ♥ CHECK OUT MY DVD: INSPIRATIONAL SHIRTS: SUBSCRIBE: BLOG: ♥ FB: ♥ TWEET: TUMBLR: PINTEREST: INSTAGRAM: ******Cassey Ho is a certified Pilates and fitness instructor, named Greatist's Top 100 Health & Fitness Influencers in the World alongside Michelle Obama. Blogilates and oGorgeous Inc. strongly recommend that you consult with your physician before beginning any exercise program.

The Big Arms Workout This arm-expanding workout overloads your biceps and triceps for guaranteed growth. The program is only 2 days a week, because the exercises challenge all the muscles in your body; you'll need the rest of the week to recover and grow. On the first day, you'll focus on all the common weaknesses that limit your ability to add size to your arms. Day 2's aggressive approach directly targets your biceps and triceps so you can pack on more muscle. Do workout A once a week and workout B once a week, resting at least 2 days between sessions. About the Author - The Real Secret to Skinny - Shape Magazine - Page 13 Elizabeth Hendrix Burwell is a celebrity trainer and professional dancer trained in classical and contemporary dance. An expert in Pilates for more than a decade, Burwell seamlessly integrates that exercise discipline with resistance training to improve posture, develop flexibility, and build strength. Burwell is a co-owner (along with husband Clay) of High Performance NYC, an advanced personal training facility located in lower Manhattan. You can use your keyboard to see the next slide ( ← previous, → next) Slow down your workout to speed up your results Promo Subtitle Image Alt Text The Real Secret to Skinny Title Text Media Folder: Media Root By Elizabeth Hendrix Burwell Topics: By Elizabeth Hendrix Burwell

Cardio Burst: Switch Jump Lunges - The Short-Shorts Workout - Shape Magazine - Page 6 Time: 30 seconds How to do it: Step your left leg back into a lunge and bring your arms in front of you. Push off the ground, swinging your arms up to the ceiling, and switch your legs in the air, landing in a lunge with your left leg forward. Form tip: Use your arms to help you jump higher, and be sure to land with good lunge form—keeping your knees behind or in line with your toes. You can use your keyboard to see the next slide ( ← previous, → next) Sculpt lean legs and a tight butt with this fat-blasting plan Promo Subtitle Image Alt Text The Short-Shorts Workout Title Text Media Root By Jessica Smith, Photo credit: Vanessa Rogers Photography

Pull Up With A Traveling Kip by Adam on November 30, 2010 If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting! We’ve already explored the kipping pull up and the traveling pull up. Now it’s time to combine them… ____________________________ The traveling kip up is one of my favourite upper body pulling exercises. Here are a few of the “cheat sheet” points from the video: Use an opposing grip (one hand towards you and the other away)Use a pendulum like swing to kip your chin over the barOn the lowering part of the movement, release the back hand and switch it to the front When you’re doing a standard kip, you can get into a very smooth and cyclical rhythm. This is a pretty advanced movement. If you’ve already got some strong pull up experience.

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