Proving truer than ever before - resistance is futile. But it can also become fitness fun!
Let's get the band back together, being sure to keep our form, and pay close attention to our core as we create some positive tension on our muscles. One rep at a time or work for time in between each instructional segment which last about :20 seconds each. That means you can watch it and then pause it while you do the exercise for :30, :45 or :60 seconds or for 10, 15, 20 reps and then take a :20 rest to watch the next exercise.
Don't resist the urge to get in motion and make it a beautiful day!
It's a great attitude and work ethic whether you find yourself in Michigan or Minnesota or wherever...
We are going to do the "rowing" with kettle bells while keeping that core engaged in a boat or as some un-yoga types still refer to it, a V-Sit. I like using the kettle bells to maintain my forearm, wrist and grip strength. A lot of my clients spend some time throughout their day typing while seated, so guarding against the carpal tunnel syndrome like a New Jersey governor while also captivating their core tends to be a worthy cause.
Coming close to the end of another Summer lacrosse season where my forearms get their work snapping my 6 foot defensive pole at crafty shorties trying to find space to put it in the back of the net. What I'm saying is being old and active takes some extra training AND is totally worth it.
Get in motion and make it a beautiful day!
I got bored standing around or sitting around pushing, pulling and pressing dumbbells. If you can find the space step up and walk out your workout. This is an example with dumbbells. I've done it with barbells and kettle bells as well. It is well worth the effort!
Walk it like you talk it. Get in motion and make it a beautiful day!
personal trainer, recovering comedian chatting about muscle from the mean streets of the cul-de-sac