Are you just looking for some simple, easy-to-understand exercises to help you get started? Today, I'm going to go through a simple way to get started by really focusing on your larger muscle groups. We're going to really focus on your legs, on your chest, on your back, things like that.
Many people have questions about how to bring triglycerides and glucose numbers down. What should they be at? How can you improve them? Let's dive in.
Movement is medicine. If you need the inspiration to get a little exercise done, join Short Pump health coach Brandon Rice as he takes you through this 30-minute exercise routine, featuring a warm-up and three sets of six exercises each. Follow along in the video below, and scroll down for the list of exercises to be done.
Got 10 minutes? Then you can get a quick workout in. Join Greenville health coach Aaron Benator for 10-minutes of simple bodyweight exercises you can do from pretty much anywhere. Watch the video below for demonstrations of the following eight exercises: Bird dogs Bilateral squat Dead bugs Reverse lunges Bicycle crunch variation 10-and-2 lunge Pushups — two variations for this, regular pushups or modified knee pushup Cross marches
If you're someone who is working in the office or working from home, but you're mainly sitting at your desk all day, this can really cause tightness in the psoas muscle. That is also known as the hip flexor, and it's really important to make sure you stretch that out.
Today I want to talk to you about the InBody scan. The Inbody uses bioelectrical impedance to measure your muscle mass, your fat mass, and give you a better understanding of your body composition. Are you gaining muscle? Losing fat? Where are those numbers on the scale coming from?