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Want to Chisel Your Middle?

Try these Core Crushers on the Ball Last week I shared two stability ball exercises, wall squats and push-ups (visit blog here). Now you’re ready for some new challenges. The benefit of stability balls is that they’re efficient and fun! They offer controlled instability, meaning that they are unstable, but you can safely control them within the training environment. The instability forces you to use all of your resources, your core and postural muscles to stay balanced on the ball and your body on alert, physically and mentally. Today’s exercises are a little more complex, but with proper modifications everyone can do them. One is a Ball Bass, and the other is a Ball Pike. Each video is less

Want Strong Legs, A Tight Tush and a Chiseled Middle? Try These Exercises on The Ball…

Stability balls are great fun! They offer controlled instability, meaning that they are unstable, but you can safely control them within the training environment. It’s the instability that challenges you and forces you to use all of your resources, your core, your posture, and quality movement patterns to maintain your balance throughout the exercises. I love training with stability balls because I feel like a kid again. They’re light and dynamic, but oh so challenging. I have a multitude of exercises I like to do, and today I’m going to share two of my favorites. Both are multi-joint, multi-muscle exercises. These are more complex exercises that force you to stay on alert physically and men

Want Different Results? Do Something Different

Last weekend I taught a kettlebell training for health and fitness professionals. It’s a two day, 16 hour intensive program that covers the science behind kettlebell training as well as many hours of hands on learning and practice. Throughout the weekend my passion for kettlebell education grew as I watched the participants conquer learning curves and develop new skills. I came away feeling ignited and ready to take on new challenges, not just with kettlebells but all types of movement and exercise. The weekend was a powerful reminder if you’re willing to push yourself, if you’re willing to get uncomfortable, and if you’re willing to share what you love with others, you’ll not only experienc

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