The Power of 1% Better

The Power of 1% Better Every Damn Day (SAVE AND SHARE ????) . . There is power in making teeny tiny changes slowly over time. The sum of all your decisions, coupled with making the right ones, compounded over time on a consistent basis, leads to big wins in your overall health. . . . … Read more

Let’s Learn to Overload

You got a band AND a weight?! —(VOLUME UP ️) SAVE AND SHARE! . . If you got a band and a dumbbell, kettle bell or whatever kind of weight, here is how you can COMBINE BOTH to make your exercise selection even more difficult. (Swipe)In the strength training world it is called accommodating resistance. … Read more

How to Keep Tension from Start to Finish

Resistance Band Tip: Keeping tension throughout the entire movement. . . I see a lot of people do the resistance band exercises without having tension from the start to the finish. Which won’t be as optimal creating the stimulus we want and it would make the exercise less effective. Make sure the slack is out … Read more

Floor Glute Bridge

FLOOR GLUTE BRIDGE —(VOLUME UP ️) SAVE AND SHARE! . . Are you getting at the idea of how resistance bands can be helpful in mimicking a lot of your common exercises that you find in the gym? The home version can be a bit tricky at first. Ideally you want tension from the start … Read more

Lat Pull Down

LAT PULL DOWN—(VOLUME UP ️) SAVE AND SHARE! . . The thing about home workouts in general is that its going to be severely limited by what you can do with your back. You can do leg workouts all day… its practically limitless with leg exercises and ab work of course. For back work, if … Read more

Deadlift

(Volume up) SAVE THIS VIDEO & SHARE. Using the progressive overload principle is the intelligent way of how we get stronger AND build muscles. Simply put, in order to do that you MUST continually make your muscles work harder than they’re used to. Most often, that means increasing the resistance or the reps and there … Read more

Deadlift

(Volume up) SAVE THIS VIDEO & SHARE. Using the progressive overload principle is the intelligent way of how we get stronger AND build muscles. Simply put, in order to do that you MUST continually make your muscles work harder than they’re used to. Most often, that means increasing the resistance or the reps and there … Read more

Bent Over Row

Look, everyone is posting their random workout of the day which i bet is entirely overwhelming for you because you want to learn to actually train? (Home workout program almost complete, link in bio) I know, I totally get it. You can go break a sweat using broom sticks, toilet paper rolls, lifting luggages, juggling … Read more

Bent Over Row

Look, everyone is posting their random workout of the day which i bet is entirely overwhelming for you because you want to learn to actually train? (Home workout program almost complete, link in bio) I know, I totally get it. You can go break a sweat using broom sticks, toilet paper rolls, lifting luggages, juggling … Read more

Training Tips

Have you tried the straddle palloff press before? This is an anti rotation exercise and doing many variations of it…I LOVE…practically endless. It can be done at home too if you have a resistance band. You can work the muscles that make your abs look pretty (which we still can work), but the ones that … Read more