Browsing All posts tagged under »back«

Beginner Workout #20: featuring Coach Courtney Townley

July 17, 2011 by

0

The most important thing to remember as a beginner exerciser is to GO SLOW and PAY ATTENTION to what you are doing.  Slowing down movement when performing new exercises helps to prevent injury and actually challenges the endurance of muscle tissue.  Paying attention means focusing on your form and proper execution of the movement to […]

Beginner’s Workout #17: featuring Erin Sabin

April 17, 2011 by

4

Here is a series of exercises using your body weight and core strength.  Perform all exercises in proper form with your shoulders down away from your ears, your spine in neutral and your core engaged.  Unless otherwise noted your feet will be planted hip distance apart and parallel.  Do 2-4 sets of these exercises, 8-15 […]

Sheri’s Workouts: MIX ‘n MATCH

August 17, 2010 by

0

A reminder that these sets are for intermediate to advanced exercisers with weight room experience –  it’s assumed you know the basics.  Talk to your coach, get a good book on weight training or hire a trainer if any of this doesn’t make sense to you, okay? This is serious stuff, weight training, and you […]

Sheri’s Workouts – Combo Supersets BACK

January 16, 2010 by

1

THIS IS A CHALLENGING WORKOUT. A reminder that these sets are for intermediate to advanced exercisers with weight room experience –  it’s assumed you know the basics.  Talk to your coach, get a good book on weight training or hire a trainer if any of this doesn’t make sense to you, okay? This is serious […]

What NOT Listening to Doctors Can Do For You –

May 4, 2009 by

1

(Lisa Duetsch posted this on the GT Support Forum. It is re-printed here on the Blog with permission. Thanks Lisa!) Hi everyone! I know I don’t have to tell any of you how fabulous genesis is – losing fat, feeling fab, and looking good too. At the same time, I wanted to share how significant […]