When people tweak their low back from picking up something, or twisting, it’s usually caused by weak abs and a weak low back. This 15- minute, follow-along workout, includes exercises that are performed for 30-seconds at a time to strengthen the entire core. I’ve also included stretches and mobility exercises, interspersed throughout. Let me know […]
I started weightlifting over 10 years ago after I was diagnosed with Type-1 diabetes to lower my blood 🩸 sugar, gain muscle, and improve my overall health. Watch this short video to find out what I learned. Whatever your current health status is, don’t do nothing! If you ignore your health, you can get sicker, […]
This workout targets your quads, glutes (your butt), hamstrings and calves. All you need is a chair and a mat, but if you have a booty band, a soft yoga block, and a 5-8 pound kettle bell or dumbbell, you will burn more calories and get more strength gains. I’ve included variations from beginner to […]
Instead of static stretches, which can be painful and boring, these are dynamic stretches, where you go in and out of the stretch (no holding). You never want to stretch a cold muscle, so I’ve incorporated strength exercises, and you’ll burn more calories, and will gain more mobility.
All you need for this workout is a pair of dumbbells, but if you have several pairs of dumbbells, a Swiss ball, yoga blocks (if you are advanced at push-ups), grab those too. People who have never lifted, to bodybuilders, can do this workout, just choose weights that fit your current strength level, follow along, […]
By looking at social media posts, it appears that most people are not following safety guidelines to prevent the spread of Coronavirus. In this video, I explain the three best steps to take to socialize safely at this dangerous time.
For bigger biceps, you can do these exercises in addition, or, instead of curls. I do a combination of pull-ups, chin-ups, lat pull-downs, and rows, twice a week to grow my biceps and back. These exercises burn more calories than biceps curls because you’re using more muscle groups.