And there is no doubt that you would get 10 different answers if you have 10 different personal trainers The following question would ask: "What top exercises do you recommend to me to get better?"
The truth, however, is that the correct answer to this question is that the best exercises are the ones you should do that you will do consistently, and although the cliché sounds, it is absolutely the truth.
Although the list may vary depending on the issue, there are a few exercises that you will see in almost every personal trainer list as "GO TO" to help you get stronger. Slimmer, firmer and overall feel Get better and fortunately for you. We will now share these exercises with you to help make 201
With the exercises we will share with you in the training program below, you can use the two best equipment ever made: your Total Gym Fit and your BODY!
The two pieces of equipment just mentioned are favorites among the best people in the world, as they allow you to eliminate excuses, squeeze in your workouts, overcome boredom, and save space with your workouts.
Now, instead of just talking about it, let's go to work.
Try the following fitness program, designed for all fitness levels for 3 days a week over the next 6 weeks. Pay close attention to what you eat and see how fast your body, mind, and quality of life can change for the better. Whether you are a beginner or an avid athlete, this program will help you to improve and physically and mentally advance you.
So, without further ado, here's your fitness program for the next 6 weeks with our go-to moves of the 5 exercises everyone should do:
Total Gym Fit Chest Press:
Sit down straight with a good posture that points away from the Total Gym Fit. Grasp the handles and push them out in front of you to complete your first repetition. Then repeat the exercise to finish the sentence. Repeat this step to complete the 1st set. Remember to press quickly, but slowly return to control the movements and maximize muscle contractions.
Repeat this sequence to complete the first repetition, then repeat the exercise to complete the sentence. (3 sets of 15 reps)
Total Gym Fit Upright Upright Back Rows:
Sit in Good Posture in Front of the Total Gym Fit. Grasp the handles and pull them toward your body to clasp your hands against your chest, and then come back out to complete the repetition. Repeat this step to complete the 1st set. Remember to pull quickly towards your body, but go out slowly to control the movements and maximize muscle contractions. Repeat this sequence to complete the first repetition, then repeat the exercise to complete the sentence. (3 sets of 15 repetitions)
Total Gym Fit Curls:
Sit directly on the Total Gym Fit with good posture. Grasp the handles with a closed fist and fold your hands with the aim of lifting your hands to the chest. Roll quickly, then slowly return to the starting position to complete the replay. Repeat this sequence to complete the first repetition, then repeat the exercise to complete the sentence. (3 sets of 15 repetitions)
Stand upright and hold a dumbbell in each hand (palms facing sideways to the legs). Put your right foot on the raised platform. Step onto the platform by stretching the hip and knee of your right leg. Use the heel primarily to lift the rest of your body and also place the foot of the left leg on the platform. Exhale when you come up. Step down by flexing the hips and knees of the other leg as you inhale. Return to the original state to stop the replay. (3 sets of 10 reps on each leg)
Calving Increase (In Place):
Place your hands in a wall or against a stable object to balance. Lift the heels a few inches above the edge of the foot so that you are on your toes. Hold the position for a moment and lower your heels under the platform, feeling a stretch in your calf muscles. (3 sentences with 25 repetitions)
So you do not have it bad, right? You can do it!
You can easily stick to this routine over the next 6 weeks as you are absolutely VALUE and you are committed to prioritizing your health in 2019.
Good luck on your fitness journey and keep us up to date in 6 weeks … and beyond!