Exercise of the month

Exercise To Notice for December, 2018

Posted on Nov 30, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Instructional How To Videos

Exercise To Notice for December, 2018

Single Leg, Single Arm KB Press Performed by Robert Payne This is an upper body strength exercise while challenging single leg static motor control.

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Exercise to Notice for November 2018 **VIDEO**

Posted on Oct 31, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Fit1 Training, Instructional How To Videos

Exercise to Notice for November 2018 **VIDEO**

Cable Hip Abduction What is hip abduction you may ask?  It’s the ability to move your leg away from the mid-line of your body. Think about when you step to the side like when getting out of bed or getting out of a car.

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Exercise to Notice for October 2018

Posted on Oct 1, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Fit1 Training, Instructional How To Videos, Workouts

Exercise to Notice for October 2018

Performed by Robert Payne The lat pulldown is a compound exercise that works the muscles of the back, particularly the latissimus dorsi. Several other muscles are engaged when performing this movement, making this a staple in many strength training routines.

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Exercise to Notice September 2018

Posted on Aug 31, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Fit1 Training, Instructional How To Videos, Workouts

Exercise to Notice September 2018

An inverted row works all of your pull muscles:back, biceps, traps, and all the stabilizer muscles in between.

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Video – Exercise to Notice July 2018

Posted on Jun 27, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Instructional How To Videos, Workouts

Video – Exercise to Notice July 2018

The semi stiff-legged dead lift is a movement, which when done correctly, can contribute to functional stability and strength.

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Exercise of the Month June 2018 – Video

Posted on May 30, 2018 in Exercise of the month, Instructional How To Videos

Exercise of the Month June 2018  – Video

Single arm dumbbell rows are compound free-weight exercises that use many of your upper-body muscles. Similar to the bent-over barbell row, the supported position commonly used in the dumbbell version places less stress on your lower back and may be a safer option for anyone with lower back issues. This exercise works the middle back including the Latissimus-Dorsi, biceps, triceps, trapezius, rhomboids, and erector spinae. Watch the Video >>

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