Home Fitness Equipment: The BOSU Trainer

Achieve Total Body Home Workout with the BOSU Trainer

  • Category: Core Training
  • Total Body Workout
  • Several Models Available
  • Weight Varies 12 to 19 lbs.
  • Price Varies With Model
  • DVD & Pump with Some Models
  • Easy To Clean
  • Stretch and Strengthen
  • Perfect For Home Gym
  • Supports Up To 300 lbs.

WHERE TO PURCHASE THE BOSU TRAINER

BOSU Sport Balance Trainer from Perform Better, BOSU Home Balance Trainer from Power Systems, and BOSU Pro Balance Trainer from Amazon

Video Demos of The BOSU Trainer Here and Here


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Home Fitness Equipment: Sandbells

Achieve Strength Training Goals With Sandbells

  • Category: Strength Training
  • Sold In 2 lb to 50 lb Weights
  • Ready To Use
  • Very Soft Material
  • Very Safe
  • Challenges Grip Strength
  • Easy To Clean
  • Portable
  • Perfect For Home Gym
  • Stores Easily
  • Suitable For All Levels

WHERE TO PURCHASE SANDBELLS

Sandbells are sold on Amazon. Perform Better sells the Sandbell as well. Power Systems sells them here – SandBell. Note that sandbells are sold in various weights from very light to heavy.


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Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Kettlebell Deadlift

Learn Correct Form and Technique for The Kettlebell Deadlift
Strengthen Hamstrings, Quadriceps, Groin and Glutes
INSTRUCTIONS: Your stance is slightly wider than hip-width. Toes point forward. From a standing position, grip the kettlebell in both hands with palms down (pronated grip). Slowly bend your hips and knees as you lower the weight to the floor. Maintain a straight line from the crown of your head to your low back.
EXERCISE DON’TS: Avoid rounding forward, bending your neck and looking up at the ceiling, or down at the floor. Keep shoulders neutral.
MODIFICATONS: Kettlebells start at 5 lbs. If this is more weight than you can handle, switch to a lighter weight dumbbell or sandbag. The lower you descend, the harder it is to get up. Go down halfway or less to modify the exercise.

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Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Modified Push-Up

The Modified Push-Up is a bodyweight strength training exercise that works the chest, shoulders, and posterior upper arms (triceps). The exercise is suitable for beginners.
INSTRUCTIONS

Step 1: Assume a push up position on the knees with the body in a straight line from head to knee, feet/knees hip to shoulder width and hands 1.5-2x shoulder width. Brace the core and tighten the glutes. Press away from the floor to prevent the shoulder blades from winging.

Step 2: Lower the chest toward the floor through a maximum range of motion until the chest is a few inches off the floor or shoulders have reached elbow depth.

Step 4: Repeat. Maintain posture throughout. Keep the shoulders from elevating or rounding. Do not let the back round or arch or the hips sag or pike. Avoid letting the head jut forward.

EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider

Virtual Fitness: How To Do A Buddy Squat

The Basic Buddy Squat is a no-equipmet, strength training exercise you can do just about anywhere.
Exercising At Home With A Buddy Provides Motivation And Fun
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TARGET MUSCLES: Front and back of thighs (quadriceps, hamstrings), calves, backside (gluteus maximus).

EXERCISE DOs and DONTs – As with all exercise programs, when using exercise videos that appear on this site, you need to use common sense. If your muscles are weak, either do the modifications, or don’t attempt this exercise if it’s too difficult for you. When starting an exercise program, be sure to discuss your plans with your healthcare provider