Workout of the Week Weight Loss for Beginners

Workouts designed to provide safe progressions for weight loss and general fitness to help you reach your fitness goals and avoid injury.

 We all have to start somewhere, how bout here…

Click on link below to download the full printable workout. 

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Tone Up Tuesday: Moves To Help You Improve

Front Lunge, Balance to Overhead Press: 1-Arm

Muscles Worked

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Start
1. Stand with feet straight and shoulder-width apart.
2. Hold dumbbell in one hand at chest level.

Movement
1. Lunge forward, landing on heel of foot.
2. Stabilize; front foot straight and flat, knee bent at 90 degree angle and directly over second and third toes; back knee bent at 90 degree angle, heel of back foot off ground.
3. Push off front foot into a balanced standing position on one leg.
4. Press dumbbell overhead, fully extending arm.
5. Repeat movement with same arm.

(Source: blog.madsweat.com)

 

Workout of the Week Weight Loss for Beginners

Workouts designed to provide safe progressions for weight loss and general fitness to help you reach your fitness goals and avoid injury.

 We all have to start somewhere, how bout here…

Click on link below to download the full printable workout. 

Tone Up Tuesday: Moves To Help You Improve

Proprioceptive Plyometrics with Stabilization: Sagittal Plane

Muscles Worked

Start

1.  Stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and placed shoulder-width apart. 

2.  Lift your chest, tuck in your chin and contract your glutes. 

Movement

3.  Balance on one leg as you lift he other leg and place it directly beside your balance leg. 

4.  Hop on one foot forward and backward.  Remember to land softly and hold each landing for a few seconds.  Repeat the exercise on the opposite leg. 

(Source: blog.madsweat.com)

Workout of the Week Weight Loss for Beginners

Workouts designed to provide safe progressions for weight loss and general fitness to help you reach your fitness goals and avoid injury.

 We all have to start somewhere, how bout here…

Click on link below to download the full printable workout. 

Tone Up Tuesday: Moves To Help You Improve

KETTLEBELL SIDE BEND
 
1. Stand with feet shoulder-width apart, holding a kettlebell in your right hand with an overhand grip on its handle, arms by sides.
2. Squat, as you lower weight between legs.
3. Thrust up through your hips, using momentum to pull kettlebell up in front of shoulder, palm facing you, elbow bent by side, being careful not to bang forearm with kettlebell.
4. Turn both feet 45 degrees to left and extend right arm overhead, with elbow locked; look up at right hand.
5. Keeping eyes up, right hand extended toward ceiling and chest open, hinge over to left from hips, moving left hand down left shin until it touches your toes and back is almost parallel to floor.
6. Slowly lift torso back up to standing position. Lower kettlebell to return to start position.
7. Do desired number of reps; switch sides and repeat.