There are 6 basic components of fitness that leads to optimal performance for daily living. The 6 components include: Flexibility Cardiorespiratory Core Balance Plyometric Resistance I incorporate these 6 basic components of fitness into my weekly fitness routine by scheduling workouts every day that focuses on one or two of those specific elements. For example, … Continue reading 6 Basic Components of Fitness
Core stability is the foundation to movement. Without core stability we are more vulnerable to the risk of developing low back injuries. For this reason, I want to share with you three key core exercises to add to your workout routine. https://youtu.be/utOcn6s608A The three exercises for core stability are the plank, dead bug, and side … Continue reading 3 Exercises for Core Stability
What does it mean to be physically fit? To me, physical fitness is associated with performance and physique. To be physically fit means I have the ability to perform optimally in all the physically active demands required of me in life and in recreation. It means I have the strength to move, carry, push, pull, … Continue reading What does it mean to be physically fit?
First of all, what muscles are involved in booty building training? There are three key gluteal muscles that are involved in booty building training. These muscles include the gluteus maximus, gluteus medius, and the gluteus minimus. There are 5 basic strength training exercises I use to effectively burn the booty from all angles to hit … Continue reading 5 Strength Training Exercises to Burn the Booty
What is a BOSU ball? Perhaps a better way to refer to the BOSU ball is as the "half blue exercise ball". It is essentially a stability ball on one side and a hard flat surface on the other. Both sides can be used for various balance exercises. For this reason it is called BOTH-SIDES-UP, or BOSU. See … Continue reading What is a BOSU ball and Why Should You use it?
The Single Leg Deadlift An exercise to target the entire posterior chain. The posterior chain refers to the muscles on the rear side of the body. These muscles include your glutes, hamstrings, and erector spinae. How To Perform a Single Leg Deadlift with a barbell https://youtu.be/YJniiGh6AMI Start in standing position with upright posture. Posture should … Continue reading How To Perform a Single Leg-Deadlift
Master the Glute Bridge This exercise will fire up and activate the entire booty region. Perform 2-3 sets of about 10-20 repetitions. Master Side Walks with Resistance Band This exercise will activate your abductor muscles, which basically refers to your booty region. Stronger glutes means strong abductor muscles. I really don't have a set … Continue reading How To Train Glutes & Legs