Tag Archives: weight lifting

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
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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

Strength Training is Important

An important part of every fitness journey is strength training.   You will lose more fat with strength training that by doing cardio alone: people who only do cardio lose weight, but much of the weight loss is from muscle loss. But the less muscle you have, the less fat you will burn. Losing muscle…

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March 16, 2015

Fit in 2015 using the Koreball

Get fit and Stay fit with the KOREBALL-kettlebell     You don’t need a large room or to be in a specific place to use the KOREBALL-kettlebell. In fact the KOREBALL is designed to go with you anywhere. How cool is that? So, staying fit on the go or at home has become super easy.…

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February 2, 2015

Get fit with the Koreball

Full body workout in 30 minutes   Power Squat Targets shoulders, biceps, butt, and legs  Holding a dumbbell in each hand, stand with feet more than shoulder-width apart, left foot on step, right foot on ground; bend elbows by ribs 90 degrees, forearms fanning out slightly to sides. Lower into a semi squat as you…

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January 13, 2015

Get results in your exercise program

Are you getting results from your exercise program? There are many different definitions of exercise success, but for me, it’s simple: ask yourself whether you are getting results, having fun, feeling good, exercising consistently, and always challenging yourself. When we include exercise as a part of our health and wellness program, we want a return…

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December 28, 2014

HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)

Have you heard of High Intensity Interval Training? Why it could help: Plenty of research has proved that even a single bout of moderate-intensity exercise can boost energy more than not exercising.These types of short HIIT routines can increase the feeling of vitality without tiring us out the way longer workouts might. Why it could…

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December 22, 2014

KOREBALL-kettlebell exercise tips

KOREBALL-kettlebell exercise tips Be conscious of your body alignment when performing the KOREBALL  exercises. Standing exercises should always be performed with soft knees (slightly bent), belly button tucked in towards the spine, and shoulders relaxed and down (do not shrug your shoulders). Make sure you are always keeping a slight bend in your joints –…

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December 16, 2014

Celebrity Health Guru

  Be Your Own Celebrity Health Guru Tuning in to the internal experience can be really hard to do, conditioned as we are to pay attention to how we appear to others, but it’s the only way to learn what you really like. Ask yourself: What feels good? What feels bad? What do I crave…

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November 10, 2014

Get inspired to exercise

  Here are the key benefits to staying fit as we head into holiday’s Benefits…. 1. Reduce stress. Rough day at the office? Take a walk or head to the gym for a quick workout. One of the most common mental benefits of exercise is stress relief. Working up a sweat can help manage physical…

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November 5, 2014