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Shoulders

Shoulders!  This is my favorite muscle group to work because it is where you will see the most results.  These workouts are designed to work ALL of your shoulder.  There are so many exercises that you will see to work your shoulders.  Some of these exercises you can lift heavier weights.  Other exercises will require light weights.  If you don’t have light weights, use no weights or even fill up empty water bottles with sand!  Before you begin each move, make sure to set yourself up properly.  Rotate your shoulders back and down and tighten your core. If you find that you are arching your back or raising your shoulders up, STOP.  RESET.  If you still find that your form is failing, then drop to lower or no weights.  Form is Key!  Never sacrifice form for more weight or more reps.   Get ready for some Amazing definition in your Shoulders!!

 

Biceps & Triceps

Arms!  Time to create and sculpt long, lean, defined arms! These biceps and triceps workouts are designed to work bicep muscles as well as the triceps muscles in a variety of ways.  We work opposing muscle groups together to maximize your workout.  Make sure to WATCH the demos of the exercises.  This is key to ensuring proper form.  Before you begin each strength move, make sure to set yourself up properly.  Rotate your shoulders back and down and tighten your core.  If you find your shoulders rounding forward, hunching up or you are arching your back to raise the weights, STOP.  RESET.  If you still find that your form is failing, then drop to lower or no weights.  Form is Key!  Never sacrifice form for more weight or more reps. 

 

Chest & Back

Chest and back are the 2 largest muscles in your upper body.  These workouts are designed to work both your upper and lower back as well as your chest.  Why do we need to work chest and back?  A strong chest and back helps you stand taller, and protects your lumbar from all the wear and tear it takes on a daily basis – hunching down to pick up kids, toys, etc.  A strong chest and back will also improve your posture.  Before you begin each move, make sure to set yourself up properly. Rotate your shoulders back and down and tighten your core.  If you find your back is rounding or arching, STOP.  RESET.  If you still find that your form is failing, then drop to lower or no weights.  Form is Key!  Never sacrifice form more weight or more reps.