TRX time: Here are a few power moves to develop your anaerobic capacity, burn calories, get stronger! I am performing the moves at a moderate intensity, not at 10 out of 10, to demonstrate that even high intensity workouts can be performed at different levels--jump higher and move faster to up the intensity further. Curtsy lunges added in for an active recovery moment.
Here's a stair workout that focuses on the back side -- walking the stairs if you don't run is great for the glutes and hamstrings too. Do a safety check of your area when training outdoors; my stairs are uneven and I had to be careful. The exercises shown can be performed as active recovery between rounds of stairs. Go forth and be fit.
Here's an easy to execute foam roller series to release the shoulders and open up the chest. While originally developed for those trying to recover full range of motion after breast cancer surgery, these are moves for anyone spending too much time in forward flexion. . .that's you texters and typers. Aim for 3-4 times per week, preferably when you have some warmth in the body #correctthetech.
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