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Nov
30

Trainer Harley Pasternak Uses ELEVATE Pull-Up

 

ELEVATE Pull-Up

The ELEVATE Pull-Up, designed on an adjustable incline, helps users perform the exercise.

With seven incline levels to select from, the ELEVATE Pull-Up rivals most lat machines. It allows users to lift anywhere from 35 percent to 65 percent of their own bodyweight.  Lifting only a portion of one’s own bodyweight helps a user perform an exercise they could not have previously performed. The adjustability of the unit strengthens the muscles gradually, allowing the user to progress and eventually perform the exercise without assistance.

The incline design of the ELEVATE Pull-Up also allows for plyometric or one-arm pull-ups and engages all the muscles of the upper body to efficiently and effectively enhance muscle definition and improve overall strength.

Harley Pasternak

Harley Pasternak

Toronto born, celebrity trainer and nutritionist Harley Pasternak, has been training his Hollywood clients with the ELEVATE Pull-Up, for some time now.  In an online article by Self.com, Harley breaks down the assisted pull-up, while working with actress Jordana Brewster.  Click here to read the article.

Pasternak is a bestselling author whose books have attained worldwide recognition and have been translated into 14 languages in over 25 countries around the globe.  His clients have included Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Halle Berry, Katy Perry, Megan Fox and Robert Downey Jr., to name but a few.   Harley has appeared on numerous TV shows such as,  The Oprah Winfrey Show, Dr. Oz, Access Hollywood and Extra.  He’s also been featured in The Washington Post, Shape, Men’s Health,  Elle,  Seventeen and Marie Claire.

Harley Pasternak holds a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology and Nutritional Sciences from the University of Toronto.   He has an Honors Degree in Kinesiology from University of Western Ontario. He is also certified by The American College of Sports Medicine and The Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology, and served as an exercise and nutrition scientist for Canada’s Department of National Defense.

With all that in mind, we’re thrilled, here at Total Gym, that Harley is training his celebrity clients with the ELEVATE Circuit and that they love his training.

For more information on the ELEVATE Pull-Up or ELEVATE Circuit, call 858 764 0034 or visit TotalGym.com

Jun
27

Total Gym Workouts – Perfect For Kids & Teens

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How to Motivate Underachieving Kids and Teens in Sports, with Total Gym Exercises

GRAVITY Sessions at Fitness Republic

GRAVITY Sessions at Fitness Republic

An interesting thing happened to me a few months back…

I am the type of person who is always planning new workouts, combinations, music,  and so much more, at my studio, Fitness Republic in Vero Beach, FL.  At the beginning of February, my 13 year old daughter told she had to run a mile for gym class.  In Florida, the state standard for a 13-year old girl to run a mile, is 8:13, which is a pretty good pace for many people.  My daughter came home with a “C” on her report card for gym.  Being that fitness consumes my world just about every day, I was shocked.  I asked what had happened, and she told me about the mile requirement. I asked her what her time was.  She said “18 minutes.”

“Excuse me?”  I said,  “Not on my watch.  Lace up your sneakers RIGHT NOW!”

We hit the pavement.  I told her that no matter what, we were not going to stop running that mile until we were done.  We came in at 13 minutes … not bad for a first attempt at progress.  I told her this was just the beginning and after we finished that first mile together, I asked her what her teacher does to help condition her class.

“Nothing,” she exclaimed disappointingly. He just tells us that he can run a mile in 6 minutes, and we have to try harder.   Have teachers lost their passion?

My daughter has two really good friends. Like many teenagers, they all have an element of laziness tucked in there, so I thought she’d need some buddies to help her on her new journey.  I told her to get them ready as well.

“For what?” she asked.

“Because we are going to flip this.”  I said.

For the next six weeks, the three of them met me twice a week for strength training.  I had them doing two workouts a week on the Total Gym GTS.  And they loved it.  My goal was to get their fast twitch muscles activated and enhanced.

This is what we did:

  • Plyo Alternating Leg Squats
  • Plyo Pull-ups
  • Plyo Shoulder Presses to get their big muscles firing.
  • Then, Cardio Pull to get their tickers up.
  • Static Equilibrium Chest Press,
  • Static Equilibrium Rows
  • Upright Supine Pull-downs.
  • Leg Cables finished the workout.
Total Gym workouts with family

Work out with your kids. Good for you and good for them!

We started off gently with lesser reps and time and slowly built up to about a 45-minute workout.  Over the 6 weeks, their incline levels increased slowly but surely.  Their stamina and muscle growth really improved, and their flexibility and range of motion was so much better. And, the best part of it all was that were having FUN in the process and really enjoying themselves.  Now, isn’t that what it is all about? Making gains and having a ball while doing it.  Maybe that’s not what it’s about for their gym teacher, but it certainly is for a Dad.

In addition to the workouts on the GTS, we ran four days a week.  And when it was time to run the race, she crossed the finish line in … wait for it … 8:02!  Fantastic! She laid it all out there on the track.  The gym teacher offered up a brief smile and said a meek “good job,” realizing that young woman had just cut her time in half and he didn’t have anything to do with it!

She came in 4th place out of 22 kids and was the first girl to cross the line in her class.  She couldn’t thank me enough for helping her, but any parent knows that we will stop at nothing to help our children.

So much can be achieved with the right motivation.  If we can just put the right people in the right places, we can ensure success.  For her, it is Dad, for me it is the knowledge that I have access to a great piece of fitness equipment.  The GTS.

And now, even thought the race is over, my daughter and her friends are still training on the GTS with me, because they enjoy it so much!   You can’t been quality time with your children while getting them fit!

To talk more about training on a Total Gym GTS contact 858 764 0055 or CLICK HERE.

About the Author

Jon D'AllesioJon D’Alessio has been a Certified Personal Trainer since 1995 and a GRAVITY Master Trainer since 2005. With his wife Brandie, together they own their own a private training studio, Fitness Republic, in Vero Beach, FL. Through a tailored approach of regular fitness activities, guided fitness programs and education, Jon helps his clients accomplish anything, no matter how big or how small. 

Jun
6

Spotlight – Total Gym in the South Pacific

Total Gym Down Under – Still Going Strong, 15 Years On

Greg Doherty - HQH

Greg Doherty – HQH

It may be a surprise to learn that people work out on Total Gym machines all over the world.  It’s not so surprising, though, when you learn that Total Gym is present in over 45 countries worldwide and spreading to more corners of the globe, daily.

Greg and Nancy Doherty of HQH Fitness in New Zealand are steadfast Total Gym fans and have been Total Gym distributors, down under, since 2002, just before GRAVITY, was first launched.

Native born Canadians, the Doherty travel bug led them to emigrate to New Zealand, with their two sons in 1983.  They didn’t just emigrate like you and I might, though.  They didn’t just hop on a plane and tah-dah, there they were.  No, Greg decided to follow his sailing passion and cruised his family across the oceans on their 38 ft. yacht!  They visited many different cultures and remote places throughout the Pacific basin for three years, before arriving in New Zealand.  Now that’s the way to move, right?

HQH on a Total Gym Tour in Australia

Watch the video of Greg on Tour

Greg pursued a career as a boat builder and Nancy trained as a professional kinesiologist.  After reconnecting with an old friend, Paul Chek of the C.H.E.K. Institute, they began helping Paul bring his knowledge to Australia and New Zealand.  This is where their introduction into the fitness industry began. Their fitness business acumen grew and in 1998 Greg and Nancy formed HQH (Highest Quality Health).

Chek was already working at that time with Total Gym and it is through Paul that Greg and Nancy were introduced to Total Gym, which was looking to bring GRAVITY into the South Pacific market.

Since then, Greg has combined his traveling passion with his love for improving the health, fitness and wellness of people everywhere.  He straps up a GTS in the back of his van and off he goes, on the road for months at a time.  He’ll take his GTS out into a field to demo it: you name it – he’s been there and done it – demos in the street, the park and the beach.  Check out the video of Greg on tour, above.

The Workshop Gym

The Workshop Gym – small group classes

Total Gym and HQH Fitness continue to build on a strong foundation year after year.  John Pemberton, of The Workshop Gym, a Total Gym studio in Auckland recently expanded his facility.  John, the Owner, purchased his Total Gym GTS units in 2012 and recently felt it was a good time to upgrade to the latest models.

“Having a facility like The Workshop Gym, virtually in the heart of Auckland, showcases the complete Total Gym product line and allows an opportunity for equipment buyers to have a look at the kit in action,” says Doherty.

John also added to his studio, the new ELEVATE Circuit, a series of single-station units that work all muscle groups to give a full body workout in 30 minutes.   John has also been testing the ELEVATE Circuit on kids, as he finds it provides a really fun way to teach fitness to youngsters, ages 6 years and up.

The Workshop Gym - ELEVATE Circuit

The Workshop Gym – ELEVATE Circuit

“By utilizing the ELEVATE Circuit in conjunction with Bosu and skill-based games, we have developed the M.A.D (Mobility/Agility/Dynamic strength) program for kids. We are teaching them M.A.D skills and they can’t get enough!  Getting more kids moving in a non-competitive environment allows even the least confident to improve their strength and fitness,” says Pemberton.

With five GTS units at The Workshop Gym, they can also offer small group training sessions and GRAVITY Pilates. His members love the new units and this has resulted in improved attendance rates across the GRAVITY classes.

Greg, HQH and Total Gym continue to make a great team and as new products develop, the team will continue to keep customers and new clients at the forefront of this ever-changing industry.

For more information on GRAVITY and the ELEVATE Circuit, contact commercialfitness@totalgym.com or call 858-764-0078.

 

May
22

Where to Buy Commercial Exercise Equipment?

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Where Are the Best Places to Buy Commercial Fitness/Exercise Equipment?

With many new pieces of equipment being created every single day, it’s hard to find the best places to purchase equipment for your club or studio. There are so many vendors, stores, magazines, catalogs and options to choose from, that your poor brain can experience information overload very quickly.

One of the best ways to save yourself time and research headache, is to find an online fitness equipment dealer.  A dealer will enable you to familiarize yourself with the top products all in one place so you can strategically make your purchases. Another good idea is to go to a fitness conference and test out all the products you may be interested in. That will help you make your choices later on when you are ready to purchase.  You know what they say: “Try Before You Buy.”

The three online fitness dealers that stand out for most fitness professionals are:  Gopher Performance, SPRI and Perform Better.   Each one specializes in a particular niche to provide top notch fitness choices from several major companies they partner with such as TRX, BOSU and Total Gym.  It’s all about educating yourself and finding the best choice for YOU and your business.  I have personally made purchases from each of those three, and I couldn’t be happier with each of their services, selection options and customer service.

Here’s a little info on each of them:

Gopher Performance

Gopher Performance

Gopher Performance is a division of Gopher Sport — a company that has established itself as an industry-leading physical education, athletics, fitness, recreation and health products distributor. Catering to athletes who are looking to get better, do better and be better, they offer unique pieces of equipment that will help take athletic clients to the next level. They’ve been in business for 60 years so they’ve earned a good level of trust and customer respect over that time.  They also offer a 100% unconditional guarantee.

Flip T™ Trainer

Flip T™ Trainer

The Top 5 best and most unique pieces of equipment that Gopher Performance offers are:
1) The Tank™ Variable – Resistance Sled
2) Flip T™ Trainer
3) Nucleus Omnibell
4) Triad™ 3 in 1 Foam Plyometric Boxes
5) Commandpost™ Anchor Station

 

SPRI

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If you are familiar with SPRI Products Inc, then you know that they are all about being innovative, especially when it comes to rubberized equipment such as resistance bands, Xertubes, and superbands. Some would even go on to say that they basically created this market in the fitness industry, because most people can’t think of resistance bands and tubing without mentioning SPRI. Of course, that is not all that they offer, but it is a niche market for them, where they have done really well with positioning themselves as top of mind awareness for all bands and tubes.

Another way that SPRI has really thrived in the market, is to partner up with famous, accomplished and respected fitness professionals such as Chris Freytag, Jonathan Ross, Trevor Anderson and Brian Nunez, to name a few. When you know that top fitness professions are also using a product that you are interested in, it gives a level of comfort to know that you are making the right decision.

Xercuffs®

Xercuffs®

The Top 5 best and most unique pieces of equipment that SPRI offers are:
1) Xergym®Bar
2) Xercuffs®
3) Dual Grip Xerball
4) Rollout Ladder
5) Step 360 Pro

Perform Better

Perform BetterPerform Better has also created it’s own niche.  Even though it has positioned itself as a leader in sports performance, Perform Better practically owns the phrase “functional fitness”.   Over the last few years, they have helped fitness professionals see all their clients as athletes, rather than just clients. They did this by approaching functional fitness in a different way and by offering the applicable equipment options, fitness professionals starting purchasing items that were once meant solely for athletes.

Perform Better also helped fitness professionals become more creative and more knowledgeable. They did this by producing their own signature line of 1 and 3-day seminars.  They have featured some of the best minds and most well known fitness entrepreneurs in the fitness industry, such as Michael Boyle, Martin Rooney, Juan Carlos Santana and Mark Verstegan. By aligning themselves with some of the industry giants, Perform Better has excelled at offering the most functional pieces of
equipment in the industry.  With the buzz word these days being “functional fitness”, it only makes sense to purchase from the leaders to best serve your clientele. So if you are looking for functional, then you are looking in the right place!

The Top 5 best and most unique pieces of equipment that Perform Better offers are:

Jump Trainer

Jump Trainer

1) Ultraslide Slideboard
2) First Place Turf
3) Shuttle Rebounder
4) First Place Drive Sled
5) Total Gym Jump Trainer

So there you have it. Three best places to purchase your equipment in the fitness industry today. Get to know your niche, get to know your options and stand out in the community with equipment that brings YOU to life and something special to your facility.  Concentrate on figuring out how to thrive with your clients by doing different exercises that bring a uniqueness through various pieces of equipment that are high quality, have longevity and get the most ROI. Good luck!

About the Author

Mike Z. RobinsonMike Z. Robinson is the owner of the highly successful personal training facility, MZR Fitness as well as Mike Z. Robinson Enterprises which features & highlights a myriad of options to help fitness professionals grow their businesses and careers. Mike was the 2015 IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year, is the author of the E-Book: “Fitness Up, Everything Up”, and he is also a Media Spokesperson for both the American Council on Exercise & IDEA Health & Fitness Association.

Apr
25

Pros and Cons of Owning a Fitness Studio

The Benefits and Pitfalls of Owning Your Own Studio

Starting your own business can be one of the scariest or most rewarding things that you can (or will ever) do in your life. Just like most BIG decisions, there are several pros and cons, peaks and valleys, and ups and downs that accompany the journey.

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“Fortune favors the brave”

Think about all of the times in your life where you needed to make a big decision and you probably either scared yourself out of making it (or nearly did) because of fear.  There is the old quote that says, “fortune favors the brave,” and if you combine that kind of courage with strategic planning, laser like focus, extreme determination, careful team-building and a little bit of luck, you can achieve anything you want in life.

So, if your goal is to start up the best fitness facility in your community, then that is definitely within your reach. But just as any smart business person would do, you should definitely do your homework and identify the benefits, pitfalls and risk-reward ratio, before you take the leap of faith.

Let’s first take a look at the associated benefits of owning your own fitness studio.

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  • You control your own destiny.
  • You make your own schedule.
  • You and your hard work determine your income.
  • You create the vision and brand for your business.
  • You make every decision from hiring staff to choosing decorations at your studio.
  • You create your own legacy.
  • You are viewed as a leader.
  • You create jobs in your community.
  • You get to lead a team.
  • You create impact in your community.
  • You get to be creative.
  • You get the opportunity to challenge not only your team but also challenge yourself.
  • You experience a sense of pride and accomplishment for starting, maintaining, and owning your own business.

Now let’s take a look at the associated pitfalls of owning your own fitness studio.

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  • You are taking a HUGE risk financially where you can end up risking your house, savings, and/or even your livelihood.
  • You work a lot of hours especially in the beginning.
  • You could end up spending less time seeing your family and/or even taking care of yourself properly.
  • You never really “turn off” mentally, your mind is always on your business.
  • You may hire someone who doesn’t bring value to your team.
  • You can get hit with potential lawsuits.
  • You can have disgruntled customers and/or employees.
  • You have increased competition in your community.
  • You have increased costs with payroll, workers compensation, liability insurance, marketing, etc.
  • You will experience a certain level of stress.
  • You will ultimately decide the fate of your business.

Finally – now that we have gone over the benefits and the pitfalls of owning a fitness studio, let’s discuss the rewards of taking such a huge leap of faith.

Rewards

  • You help countless people get healthier, leaner, feel better, look better, have more energy, increase their confidence, live better quality lives and even save their lives.
  • You create several jobs in your community and you employ people who are raising families.
  • You increase your income and provide more for your own family and for yourself.
  • You have more time for your family and for yourself.
  • You live out your dream job and enjoy every day that you walk into your own business.
  • You inspire a number of individuals through your hard work, dedication and commitment, to bringing the best fitness facility to your community.
  • You leave a lasting mark in your area.

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So, is taking the leap of faith to open your own studio worth it?

Only YOU can make that decision!

Starting and growing a business is hard work and it takes a lot out of people to get their businesses to the next level. Not everyone is meant to own their own business. If you look at the statistics of failed businesses in their first year, it can be scary even if you have done all of the proper homework before starting your business.

Yes, there is definitely a huge risk involved when going into the private sector – and if you think that you can handle that, then by all means go for it with as much ferocity as you can. But if you find that it’s not for you after doing some homework and exploring your options, then that’s okay too. You just have to figure out what you’re happy doing in the long term.

Do you want to take those risks to maximize your life OR do you want to play it safe and not risk anything and have more time?

Again, that depends on YOU and only YOU can truthfully answer that question.

So, in exploring whether or not to start your business, just remember that it’s critical to address your risk-reward ratio, plan very carefully and get ready to work your butt off – good luck on your decision!

About the Author

Mike Z. RobinsonMike Z. Robinson is the owner of the highly successful personal training facility, MZR Fitness as well as Mike Z. Robinson Enterprises which features & highlights a myriad of options to help fitness professionals grow their businesses and careers. Mike was the 2015 IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year, is the author of the E-Book: “Fitness Up, Everything Up”, and he is also a Media Spokesperson for both the American Council on Exercise & IDEA Health & Fitness Association.

Mar
29

Re-imagining Total Gym at IHRSA 2017

ELEVATE Circuit - IHRSA 2017

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Total Gym debuted a new look and feel at IHRSA 2017 in March. It was the perfect time to launch the re-imagined ELEVATE Circuit and so with new graphics around a yellow center stage and sleek new matte black range of products, Total Gym master trainers rocked attendees with some killer workouts!  Watch the video above to see the highlights and if you are a winner of the brand new Elevate Circuit, or if you won a unit of your choice, or a Leg Trainer.

Total Gym Booth - IHRSA 2017

Total Gym Booth – IHRSA 2017

What is ELEVATE?

ELEVATE is the only adjustable functional bodyweight resistance circuit on the market that works against gravity on an incline.

Consisting of five single station units, each focusing on different muscle groups, ELEVATE is ideal as a self-serve circuit or for personal and small group training providing a full body workout in 30-minutes.  Joining the Jump, Press and Pull-Up are the updated Core and Row Trainers which now provide seven adjustment levels to challenge any seasoned athlete and really work that core!

By using gravity on an adjustable incline members use a percentage of their own bodyweight as resistance. This means that someone who could not previously do a Pull-up on their own, for example, will be able to safely and successfully progress to complete one.   All Total Gym products work in this way and so each machine can accommodate the most highly-spirited athlete and the de-conditioned person alike which ultimately provides driven results for all.

Group Rowing at IHRSA 2017

Group Rowing at IHRSA 2017

The circuit facilitates over 90 exercises, from basic to challenging, including plyometric exercises, so the member is fully engaged time after time and not only is it a fun workout that takes up only 220 square foot of floor space, it’s a challenging and innovative way to keep your members coming back.

And for the personal trainer? There is a huge advantage in being able to accommodate all fitness levels in the same session and take the guess-work out of complicated scheduling.

Did you say Group Rowing?

At IHRSA, people were almost lining up to take a Group Rowing workout on the new adjustable Row Trainer.  Just take several Row Trainers and you have yourself a small group rowing class! Why might that benefit your facility? Group Rowing is fast trending. At the XYZ (Xtreme YMCA Zone) over 500 Y members have tried out the Row Trainer since its inception about a month ago. In such a short time, it has become the most popular program with an average of 22 participants per session.

Total Gym Group Rowing at XYZ

Group Rowing at XYZ

Rowing on an incline is a fun workout that emulates a rowing pattern but with the added ability to incorporate multi-planar movement such as an alternating side-to-side row or a bicep curl.  It provides a full body cardio workout and who doesn’t want to be burning at least 600 calories an hour?

More small group training options

GRAVITY is the program that partners with your GTS machine for small group training (soon to also be sold in matte black too).  Designed to invigorate, motivate and get results, GRAVITY boasts a full body workout in 45-minutes allowing the member the opportunity for a studio-quality workout without the typical high studio membership fees.

GRAVITY at IHRSA 2017

Black GTS at IHRSA

GRAVITY introduces total body transformation through dynamic, high intensity training for mind and body. The entire culture of GRAVITY is different and dynamic. The movement variables on the GTS change regularly so that clients are always motivated, challenged and surprised as they achieve more agility, balance, confidence and strength.

For more information on any of these products, contact Ralph at ralph@totalgym.com | 858 764 0078 | learn.totalgym.com/getelevate

Watch below to see more of Total Gym at IHRSA.

Total Gym Interview - IHRSA 2017

Total Gym ELEVATE Circuit

Mar
16

Exercises For Athletic Performance

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5 Simple Exercises that Increase Athletic Performance

As as fitness professionals, we all know that being an athlete requires many elements that include speed, body control, power, strength, core, mental toughness, conditioning, endurance, awareness, focus, determination, commitment and a strong desire to win. And that’s just a very partial list of what it takes!

Imagine what it takes to be an elite and/or pro athlete. Those athletes take all of the above and multiply it by a million. However, the one common denominator in every athlete (no matter what level they are) is that they need and want to be better EVERY DAY!

Every athlete has different strengths and weaknesses, every athlete has a set of exercises that they love and certain ones that they hate, and every athlete is always looking for an edge. Every athlete wants to win and every athlete wants to be better mentally, emotionally, and of course physically. Coaching athletes requires us to preach the gospels of “loving the daily grind” and the “love of exercise,” and we need to constantly be on the lookout for ways to push our athletes outside of their comfort zone so that they can excel to the next level.

Here are 5 basic exercises that are staples in each of my sessions for all my athletes at MZR Fitness that help maximize results and improve athletic performance.

Dumbbell Step Ups: Stand up straight while holding a dumbbell in each hand (palms facing the side of your legs). Place the right foot on the elevated platform. Step on the platform by extending the hip and the knee of your right leg. Use the heel mainly to lift the rest of your body up and place the foot of the left leg on the platform as well. Breathe out as you come up. Step down by flexing the hip and knee of the other leg as you inhale. Return to the original standing position to complete the repetition. (2 Sets of 12 Reps on each leg.)

Calf Raises (in place): Rest your hands against a wall or a sturdy object for balance. Raise your heels a few inches above the edge of the step so that you’re on your tiptoes. Hold the position for a moment, and then lower your heels below the platform, feeling a stretch in your calf muscles. (2 Sets of 25 Reps.)

Lateral Jumps: Start standing with your feet hip-width apart and sit back into a shallow squat position. Dip your knees, then hop off both feet and move to your right and then quickly hop back to the other side. Continue jumping back and forth to complete the set. (2 Sets of 8 Reps in each direction.)

Pull-Ups: Grab a bar shoulder width with your palms facing down. Hang and then raise your feet off the floor by bending your knees. Hang with straight arms. Pull yourself up by pulling your elbows down to the floor. Keep your elbows close. Pull yourself all the way up until your chin passes the bar. Lower yourself all the way down until your arms are straight. Breathe and repeat the sequence. (2 Sets of 5 Reps.)

Backpedal, Turn and Sprint (Using Cones): Place three cones, five to 10 yards apart in a straight line. Facing away from cone one. Backpedal to cone two. Pivot 180 degrees on left foot to face cone three. Sprint to cone three. Perform set in opposite direction. (3 Sets of 5.)

About the Author

Mike Z. RobinsonMike Z. Robinson is the owner of the highly successful personal training facility, MZR Fitness as well as Mike Z. Robinson Enterprises which features & highlights a myriad of options to help fitness professionals grow their businesses and careers. Mike was the 2015 IDEA Personal Trainer of the Year, is the author of the E-Book: “Fitness Up, Everything Up”, and he is also a Media Spokesperson for both the American Council on Exercise & IDEA Health & Fitness Association.

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