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Squats, Lunges and KOREBALL-kettlebell swing

  Squats, Lunges and KOREBALL-kettlebell swing It is a good idea to work on squats before lunges, holding on if necessary to ensure that you keep your form. Flexibility and strength will improve with practice and consistency. Start with bodyweight first and later add the KOREBALL for more resistants and challenge.When performing squats, unless you…

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December 12, 2016

What is vardenafil hcl 20 mg Transformation Tuesday- Exercise

Exercise Because —Your Body Works It may seem like an odd reason to work out, but the fact that you can work out ought to inspire you to do so. After all, there are plenty of people who have been affected by health conditions that make working out impossible. If you are able to exercise,…

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January 19, 2016

Plateaued in Your Workout?

Have you added cross training to your workout?   The term ‘plateau’ is used in training when an individual reaches a level in which they stop improving and their results taper off. This situation can be de-motivating and put you in a mindset that makes you feel like your workouts are useless. The reason why…

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December 19, 2015

KOREBALL Exercises 101

KOREBALL Exercises 101 – Core Exercises Developing a strong core is an essential part of your fitness routine. Not only does your “core” include a group of muscles that you probably focus on for aesthetic reasons (your abs), your core plays a very important role from a functional standpoint, too. In fact, not only do…

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August 27, 2015
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Have You Used a Medicine Ball For a Workout?

When it comes to the KOREBALL, you really do get a lot of bang for your buck! Instructors and trainers are constantly looking for simple tools that can stimulate motor impulses as close as possible to professional athletic movements or natural gestures useful in everyday life. For this reason medicine balls with handles (like KOREBALL) are now widely required in…

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July 29, 2015

No muscle left behind….

The burpee is a full body exercise used in strength training and as an aerobic exercise. No Muscle Left Behind A burpee makes you go up and down and up and down. This increases the heart rate dramatically” (This also might explain why there are so many anecdotal reports about the miseries of burpees.). There’s no doubt…

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July 22, 2015
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Schedule Your Workout This Summer

No time to workout this summer? I know we are all busy. Between getting to and from work, summertime schedule with the kids and vacations make balancing responsibilities and having time for yourself hard to do, let alone find time to workout. You don’t have to succumb to weight gain this summer or not stay…

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July 13, 2015

Fitness Trends: KOREBALL Workouts for Women

Workouts for Women Choosing a KOREBALL The kettlebell swing is thought to be one of the most standard kettlebell exercise for females. (Koreball double hand swing) Creates a strong core. A great deal of coaches regard this workout as the “best exercise”. It can help you regain your posture and it will certainly work out…

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July 5, 2015

Cross training for Tennis

Are you cross training? In tennis the core may be the power transfer station. The legs force from the ground which is used in the arm and racquet through the core. Instead of considering the abdominal muscle alone, we must think of the core like a tube that includes the abs, back sides and inner…

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June 29, 2015

Kettlebell moves with the KOREBALL

  KOREBALL exercises combine cardio and strength training for a time-saving calorie burn.  Try these three KOREBALL exercises: Turkish Get-up with KOREBALL This classic strength-training move is all about functional fitness involving every major muscle group as you make your way to being upright and return back to the floor. Begin lying on your back…

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May 7, 2015