#trainertiptuesday

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A little kicking tip from trainer Brook!

Small improvements each day add up to big improvements over time! .
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#trainertiptuesday
Stop finding excuses. You're tired. You're sore. You don't have time. Stay faithful to your goals and watch yourself succeed.
Coming back from 2+ weeks in Europe (where exercising was NOT a priority) to working and sticking to my routine has been challenging, but I know I have to do it!
Couldn't wait to use this unilateral hamstring machine once I got home
#trainlikeafreak #legday #curlsforthegirls #fitfam #fitspo #grecoapproved #goals #gains

#TrainerTipTuesday 💪 Sounds familiar... if only someone would design running intervals like this paired with weight lifting in a fun atmosphere with music and lights programmed to match the entire experience 🤔

Another one of my favs: Parallel Bar Dips!💪🏾
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Working on Busting my PR a couple weeks ago - I hit 12 on the first set. I think my max is 13, I’d like to get 15. We shall see, practice makes better! #progressnotperfection 💫
Dips, haven’t always been easy for me. I know you’re thinking 🤔 Candace you make em look so easy!
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My friend, I put in the work. Easy is earned. Years and years of getting Strong. I committed to Doing Dips on my Upper Body Days and always first in my training session. I trained to get Stronger and Build Muscle overtime.
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I trained different rep ranges, different variations - eccentric, clusters sets, trained em first, sometimes, I trained em last, sometimes I’d do a few each day, some AMRAP sessions.
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Two of the biggest things that helped me get where I am today with my strength and muscle - one is of course CONSISTENCY, time, and Patience and training my upper body in general to get Strong and of course Lower Body!
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I prioritized it - prioritized Dips. Eventually I got my first one and then 3 so and so forth. I am where I am today because I eventually stopped trying to be a runner, stopped try to get little - ditched the diet mentality, and prioritized Strength Training and started eating nourishing foods that I liked, that fueled my soul and my training!💪🏾😋
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DM and I can show you how to get Strong and ditch the Diet Mentality! You too can be MORE, you can be STRONG, and you can stop chasing the number on the scale too. I got you. Click the link in my bio to book a STRONGER U Strategy Call!💪🏾

If you neglect your mobility and flexibility exercises you’re destined to need them eventually. If you do them consistently you may never “need” them. Lesson of the day: make the time while you’re healthy or you’ll have all the time in the world to do them when you’re injured. #forthworthtrainer #shredshed #foamrolling #hurtssogood #recoverwell #trainwithme @tp_therapy #blogfest #trainertips #trainertiptuesday #protips

Let's talk about squat/lunge form. These exercises are of the most basic movements yet the most common incorrectly executed exercises.
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Why does it matter? When you perform an exercise correctly, you keep yourself safe and get the maximum benefit from the exercise.
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Keeping your knees behind your toes keeps your knees safe and maximizes muscle recruitment in your legs...more bang for your buck!
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Squat: Stand with feet slightly wider than hip width apart (wider depending on the type of squat you are doing). Sit hips back and down as though sitting in a chair...you should feel your weight shift into your heels. Your knees should be in line with your toes. Sit your backside down as far as you can while keeping your chest up and the shoulders down and back.
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Lunge: Take a big step back. As you lunge, let the back knee lead the movement. You should move straight down not forward (think elevator, not escalator). Aim to make two 90 degree angles with your knees. The front knee is placed over the second and third toe and weight is in the heel. You should be standing on the ball of your back foot to help stabilize you.
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How can you get more out of your squat or lunge?
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When you don’t have a barbell and dumbbells that only go up to 50... add a band to increase the difficulty.

Check out our #TrainerTipTuesday from Coach Kristen! 🧡💪

#Repost @canfitpro with @get_repost
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It's #TrainerTipTuesday! Thank you to @fitomizefitness for sharing 👍

Just a quick peek into my shoe collection. It's important to rotate your shoes not only to help them last longer but to also reduce risk of injury. Wearing the same shoe over and over may increase muscle imbalance. Some studies say that you're up to 40% less likely to injury yourself if you rotate your running shoes @nike @newbalance @puma @pumaperformance @adidas #TrainerTipTuesday #TrainerTips #Workout #WorkoutTips #Exercise #ExerciseTips #BlackFitness #Running #Cardio #RunningTips #RunningShoes #WorkoutShoes #Nike #Puma #NewBalance #Adidas #502KeepsFit #IGHealth #IGFitness #PersonalTrainer #Fitspo #Fitfluential

A #trainertip word from coach @darcydefrees... ・・・
#trainertiptuesday The Prettiest Thing You Can Wear is Your Smile... (it’s also one of the healthiest exercises you can perform!). Just as our bodies benefit from a positive release of endorphins and neurotransmitters when we exercise, there are both physiological and neurological benefits to smiling. IN FACT, smiling may be the ONLY exercise that you can do FOR somebody!! Lol. Studies show that just observing someone smiling produces a positive chemical-emotional reaction in your brain, similar to that of physical exercise. But note!! Authentic smiles CANNOT be faked... our brains know the difference between smiles that are only activated by the zygomatic muscles around the mouth, and those that are generated from the obicularis muscles around your eye sockets. TRUE SMILES BEGIN IN THE EYES!! Cheesy as it may sound... SEE THE WORLD THROUGH A SMILE and spread a little fitness to those around you!! ✌🏻👊🏻😃 #inspiration #smilebig #authenitc #didyouknow #exercise #healthandwellness #fitnessgirl #womeninfitness #trainertips #getdarcysdish #findyourselfapaul
S/O @paulbuceta 😘📸 and @monicakalra 💄💋#MUA

#trainertiptuesday The Prettiest Thing You Can Wear is Your Smile... (it’s also one of the healthiest exercises you can perform!). Just as our bodies benefit from a positive release of endorphins and neurotransmitters when we exercise, there are both physiological and neurological benefits to smiling. IN FACT, smiling may be the ONLY exercise that you can do FOR somebody!! Lol. Studies show that just observing someone smiling produces a positive chemical-emotional reaction in your brain, similar to that of physical exercise. But note!! Authentic smiles CANNOT be faked... our brains know the difference between smiles that are only activated by the zygomatic muscles around the mouth, and those that are generated from the obicularis muscles around your eye sockets. TRUE SMILES BEGIN IN THE EYES!! Cheesy as it may sound... SEE THE WORLD THROUGH A SMILE and spread a little fitness to those around you!! ✌🏻👊🏻😃 #inspiration #smilebig #authenitc #didyouknow #exercise #healthandwellness #fitnessgirl #womeninfitness #trainertips #getdarcysdish #findyourselfapaul
S/O @paulbuceta 😘📸 and @monicakalra 💄💋#MUA

Our Trainer, Sara has a new move for you! Don't hold your breathe because it's an TRX Overhead Alternating Lunge. 🏃🏽‍♀️Double tap if you want to see more TRX moves!! #anytimefitnessmichigancity #trainertiptuesday #trxtuesday #trxmoves #tipsfortips #lunges #overheadlunges #purplemaniacs

Don't forget about theBASICS!! -

We all have our own style of workouts, but dont forget about some basic exercises that play a big role in your foundation. -

While they may look like simple tasks. They can contribute to building a strong core, and helping you progress. -

Here's a list of exercises that can be used during a dynamic warm up, or work them into your regular workout. - - Basic Plank : If you want to make this more challenging, then you can elevate your feet using a step, or TRX straps. - -Bird Dogs : To increase difficulty, engage arm/leg on the same side instead of alternating sides. - - Push Ups : While most people stick with basic push ups, challenge yourself to switch it up. Scalpular or Marching push ups are a great way to try somthing a little different. - -Deadlifts : Deadlifts don't have to be scary, and they don't have to only involve a barbell. Technically, they dont have to involve any weight at all. Deadlifts help you focus on your core posture, shoulders, and controlling each part of your body to execute the exercise properly. -

If you need any help, or have questions on how to add these into your workout contacts us at anytimefitness.com or 263.3488

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Trainer tip Tuesday: The ViPR is a great tool for full body movements. Here I did a circuit of reverse lunge rotations, squat presses, and vipr sit ups for 3 sets 15 reps. Any questions feel free to hit me up!

Don’t think we forgot! It’s TRAINER TIP TUESDAY!! 🙌🏻 Here is Dylan’s tip for the week... . “The dumbbell bench press is an upper body exercise that strengthens the chest, shoulders, and triceps while improving muscular balance. Using dumbbells allows for a great range of motion in the chest and can also be easier on the shoulders and prevent pain. .

Form tips:
Lying on your back on a bench, hold a pair of dumbbells directly above your sternum with your arms fully extended. Pull your shoulder blades together, slightly stick out your chest, and point your palms forward.
Slowly lower both dumbbells to the sides of your chest. Pause, then press the dumbbells back to the starting position. .

Lifting too heavy weights is a common mistake that beginners and experienced lifters alike are guilty of. Trying to lift weights that you know you’re not capable to lift with proper form will limit your range of motion, decrease the effectiveness of the exercise and increase your risk of injury. A much better idea is to make sure you’ve mastered the form and technique before progressing in terms of weight.” .

This was a great tip with some really informative advice about dumbbell bench press! As Dylan said, form is key not only in this lift but in all lifts! Come sign up for training sessions with Dylan today and get 2 sessions FREE! 👍🏻 #workoutanytimecampbellsville #campbellsville #my247inspiration #getfit #trainertiptuesday #benchpress

Today's Trainer Tip how to properly perform the KB Halo:
To be a KB Halo Rockstar:
1. Start w/ the KB bottom-up (facing towards you)
2. Elbows tight next to your sides
3. Great posture- standing tall, ribcage on top of the pelvis, shoulders away from your ears
4. Keep the elbows as tight as you trace the parameter of your head.
5. Make sure the KB always comes back to center and find your core, before starting the movement again.
To avoid injury:
1. Let the elbows flare
2. Trace only the top of your head
3. Let your rib cage flare
4. Arch your back
5. Never bring the KB back to center and keeping it high in front of your face

Remeber the KB halo is also a core movement so you should be able to feel this move in your obliques and rectus abdominous (your six-pack muscles) as the bell travels around.
Let your trainer know if you have any questions about this move or want to review it with them. .
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#basecampfamily #basecampfitness #fitfam #workouts #family #youstrongerfaster #trainertiptuesday

Today's Trainer Tip how to properly perform the KB Halo:
To be a KB Halo Rockstar:
1. Start w/ the KB bottom-up (facing towards you)
2. Elbows tight next to your sides
3. Great posture- standing tall, ribcage on top of the pelvis, shoulders away from your ears
4. Keep the elbows as tight as you trace the parameter of your head.
5. Make sure the KB always comes back to center and find your core, before starting the movement again.
To avoid injury:
1. Let the elbows flare
2. Trace only the top of your head
3. Let your rib cage flare
4. Arch your back
5. Never bring the KB back to center and keeping it high in front of your face

Remeber the KB halo is also a core movement so you should be able to feel this move in your obliques and rectus abdominous (your six-pack muscles) as the bell travels around.
Let your trainer know if you have any questions about this move or want to review it with them.
#basecampfamily #basecampfitness #community #trainertiptuesday #fitfam #family #workouts #fitness #youstrongerfaster

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