Ab workouts can be boring if you’re just doing crunches for every workout. Try giving yourself a balance challenge by using the stability ball and doing this ab exercise. The Pike Tuck exercise in this fitness video is one that I always enjoy doing but somehow always forget, so this is my reminder to never settle into a routine â€“ there is always a different/better/harder/more fun exercise out there!
Medicine balls are great for working out in a small space and switching up your workout routine! You can get a full body workout with a medicine ball and the unstable surface is great for challenging core exercises. Â This is a front lunge that focuses on the lower body but works your arms, back and shoulders too!
Thereâ€™s never an excuse to skip a workout! Â This ab exercise is part of the Hotel Workout Series which will soon be available as part ofÂ Amy Macâ€™s Fit System. Wall squats are a great space-saving, no equipment needed exercise to strengthen your butt and thighs.
Natural disasters seem to be happening more often all over the world. Â This is a Fitness Survival Guide with a few exercises that you can do to be fit to fight if the time should come when the world is at its worst.
Can you really lose weight by walking? Â Yes! Every step counts and in this Fit Life, I show you exactly how many steps you need to lose weight and get healthy! Weight loss can be simple, you just have to workout smart!
Upper body strength is important for your posture and to look great in that sundress! Â This upper body exercise gets bonus points because it works your butt, as well – you have to squeeze those glutes to keep from falling off the stability ball!
The only equipment you need is a stability ball so get ready because no matter what your fitness level is, you’ll find this move challenging! Â Start with the stability ball rollout and keep working until you can do stability ball pushups!
Ready to work those abs? In this Fit Life, I’m going to show you how to do a stability ball crunch. You might be tired of your old ab workout, or maybe just need something new and different to add to your routine. Â Take notice that this exercise is suppose to really work the abs, not the hip flexors. Â If your lower body is moving throughout, then you need to re-evaluate your positioning. Â If you are wanting to work your hip flexors, then this video will not help you!
When you’re feeling under the weather, should you force yourself to hit the gym? I’ve got the answer! Head colds, flu, runny nose, coughing… find out which symptoms require more rest than sweat. Â Always remember that when you workout, whether you are sick or not, you should wipe down the machines and wash your hands after working out.
Sculpt your lower body with this stability ball wall squat! Â This is even great for those with sensitive knees because your weight is shifted back, eliminating the pressure, which can cause pain. Make sure to keep your shoulders back, never squat lower than 90 degrees and breathe!