Home Exercise Series: Full Body

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Some of you asked me if you could share it with others.


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People, especially in our community, need this right now.

There is no harm and tremendous benefit to healthy diet (low carb, moderate protiein and omega 3- fat) eating by as many people as possible.

This type of eating should be everyday but especially right now.

Right Diet (low inflammation)

Exercise + Deep Sleep Quality = Stronger Immune System

I send customized workouts to my clients that are designed for their skeletal system, joint pain, experience and goals.

I cannot possibly provide that to non-clients but I do want to help and lead you during this unprecedented time.

I have included some new exercise below.

These exercises below can be done in conjunction with any as an additional way to work the entire body.

If you do not have home equipment, no worries.

All you need to do the exercises below is the floor!

I just filmed this with Megan.

1. Low plank, High Plank, Plank Up and Down (3-moves in one)

Based upon your ability

Front High Plank:

  • Begin on your stomach with your hands under your armpits like you’re about to do a pushup.
  • Hold this position, body flat and core tight. 887 tippmix

Front Low Plank:

  • Begin on your stomach with your forearms on the floor, elbows directly under your armpits.
  • Hold yourself up off the floor with only your toes and forearms touching the floor.
  • Hold this position, body flat and core tight.

Plank Up-Downs:

  • Begin on your stomach with your hands under your armpits like you’re about to do a pushup.
  • One arm at a time, lower your body down into a low plank position while keeping your hips as still as possible. Avoid swinging or rotating your hips as you move.
  • One arm at a time, return to a high plank position and repeat.

Side Planks: 

1. Begin on one side, use your forearm to hold yourself up, stacking your elbow under your shoulder.

2. Stack your feet on top of each other (foot closest to the floor on the bottom).

3. Hold this position, place your hand on your hip or straighten your arm in the air for balance.

4. Repeat on opposite side.

Reverse Plank: 

1. Begin on your back, place your forearms on the ground behind you, stacking elbows under armpits.

2. Hover your body above the floor, placing your weight on your forearms and heels.

3. Hold this position, or take it a step further but slowly lowering your hips towards the floor and bringing them back to the plank position.

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