Posts Tagged ‘strength’

Distance Running Tips – Beginner Core Exercises

Core exercises for runners to develop strength, speed and flexibility.


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Best Total Lower Body Workout with Stability Ball

Target and tone your lower body! Coach Nicole of SparkPeople.com leads you through a short (8-minute) exercise routine that will help you tone up your legs, butt and calves. These standing exercises are perfect for people of all fitness levels.


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Functional Strength Training for Running: The 10 Best Exercises

As a personal trainer i have found these exercises to be the Top 10 foundation building exercises to dramatically improve strength and efficiency in all runners. These exercises are designed to improve the bodies biomechanics by challenging it through all 3 planes of motion. When performed correctly these exercises will also help to greatly reduce the chance of injury, improve core strength and function, improve joint mobility and improve flexibility.


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6 Swiss Ball Back Extension

Back Extensions over the Swiss Ball complement crunches perfectly. Advantages over more conventional equipment include increased activation of the inter-segmental stabilizers of your spine and core muscles in general.


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Core Workout – week: 4/9, workout 3/4

Please visit the weekly blog that includes this workout at www.Fitmix.net . www.Fitmix.net is a free interactive online fitness program. This video features the exercise groups Core, Traps, Abs, and Calves.


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Resistance Band & Exercise Ball Workout : Abdominal Workout With Exercise Ball

Learn how to tighten your abs and get a flat tummy with a stability ball in this free exercise and physical fitness video. Expert: Madison Chase Bio: Madison Chase is a professional actress and personal fitness trainer in Los Angeles. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan


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Speed training – Leg strength : Core exercises with Resistance Bands

myosource.com PLEASE VISIT OUR WEB SITE Basic “Core” Development drills to build speed, power, and Core Strength. Training with the Kinetic Bands enhances any training exercise. These basic drills are the “Core” foundation for any athlete. Working the quads, hams, glutes, hips, hip flexor, lower back and abs. Speed, power, explosion, lateral movement, vertical. All sports training should involve basic core development. These drills are great for Core development in any sport or activity. These drills can be done anywhere, anytime. Ricky Siglar NFL Tony Temple Missouri University Trenton Guy Football basketball softball volleyball wrestling martial arts cheerleading rugby quick twitch muscles hip strength


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TEMPLE POSE LOW BODY SCULPTING YOGA

A SEQUENCE TO TONE THE CALVES, THIGHS, GLUTES, HIPS AND MORE! With Sadie Nardini, Director of East West Yoga, Master yoga teacher and trainer, and author of The Road Trip Guide to the Soul. Go to WWW.SADIENARDINI.COM


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J2 Strength Training Program 1

***This video was made for the BSF Nordic team, but please feel free to use this routine to whip yourself into shape!**** Hello BSF J2 rockstars! Here is the video I promised demonstrating all of the strength routines I described in the email that I sent you all (I copied that email below). This is just a short demonstration–you might want to consider moving outside of your bedroom for this workout. Give yourself lots of space. Outside works. ***COPY OF EMAIL**** Here is the strength routine I would recommend: Start each workout with a GOOD WARMUP. This is vital—if you are not warmed up before a strength workout, your muscles will not be able to effectively handle (and respond to) the stress you are putting them through, so the workout will essentially be useless. Start with AT LEAST 10-15 minutes of something light and easy (a quick run, a short cruise on your bike, etc.). From here you may choose the order of exercises, although I would recommend starting with the core exercises. In my opinion, core strength and stability is the most important aspect of strength training for a Nordic skier. With a strong core you can maintain good technique longer throughout a race, which will ultimately translate into faster race times. You can work your core very effectively with an “eight-minute-ab” routine I used to do (yes, it sounds cheesy, but this routine will rock your socks off if you do it right). The routine is continuous—there is NO BREAK between the different exercises


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UndergroundStrengthCoach.com – A Day of Underground Strength Training

From UndergroundStrengthShow.TV Here’s a lil’ taste of the videos we put out at http A mixture of powerlifting, kettlebell workouts, underground bodybuilding, bodyweight workouts, gymnastics training, strongman training, workouts for athletes, grip strength, olympic lifting, strength coach interrogations and much, much more. This is The Inner Circle where like minded, hard core strength coaches and serious lifters can gather and exchange ideas in training, nutrition and anything relevant to the world of hard core strength fanatics. Get Your 30 Day Trial Here: www.undergroundstrengthcoach.com Hope to see you there! Peace. Lead from the Front! –Z– PS: Every month you will get The Underground Workout of the Month to follow. It’s time for all of us who have been kicked out of all these lame Globo gyms like Retro Fitness, Work Out World, Planet Fitness, etc to Rage against the pussification of the human race! See you at The Underground: www.undergroundstrengthcoach.com


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