December 14, 2018

H2Ohmygoodness

By: Madison Winston (NASM-CPT) Did you know that water is the second most popular drink in the United States AFTER soda? I find this statistic to be shocking, but it also explains a lot of growing health problems in the US, including obesity and heart disease. Here are some benefits of drinking water: Over half […]

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July 8, 2017

Corrective Exercise

Corrective Exercise for everyone … pre and post injury! Almost every person has some degree of movement dysfunctions. These can be caused by years of improper postural or ergonomic adaptations, or over training in specific sports. Whatever the cause for an individual’s imbalances and regardless of the fitness level, Corrective Exercise is one of the […]

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June 8, 2017

Don’t Diet, Make Changes to Your Lifestyle

Everyone everywhere is looking for these diets to change their body and their body image. Anything from low carb, high protein, low fat, or strictly just chicken/tilapia, brown rice, and broccoli. Although many of those may show slight improvements for many individuals, over time they have been proven not to truly last long term for […]

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March 29, 2015

3 HIT BOSU Ball Abdominal Exercises

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II In order to define our abdominal structure we have to really work for it. Emphasizing dynamic core exercises on the #BOSU balance trainer is an excellent way to achieve such abdominal definition. Dynamic or “isotonic” exercise consists of continuous and sustained movements of the arms and legs which […]

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March 18, 2015

5 Body Weight Exercises for a Chiseled Back

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II Body weight conditioning #Bodyweightconditioning has always been an excellent way of training ones’ body, it requires little to no equipment and exercise routines can be done at almost any location. Body weight conditioning often restores our commitment to fitness and makes us concentrate on our form throughout each […]

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March 8, 2015

5 TRX Exercises for a Defined Back

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II Starting off this article by explaining what exactly is TRX would be critical before attempting its’ exercises. Born in the Navy SEALs, Suspension Training (#TRX) bodyweight exercise develops strength, balance, flexibility and core stability simultaneously. The TRX Suspension Trainer: Delivers a fast, effective total-body workout Helps build a […]

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February 23, 2015

5 Must Include Upper Back Stretches

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II In our previous posts we have taken a look at some incredible #Muscledeveloping “Back Exercises”. Be sure to check them out @ https://fitnesspropelled.wordpress.com/ . This post will address some upper back stretching exercises that are designed to restore flexibility to the joints and muscles of the upper back. Be sure to […]

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February 8, 2015

Super Bowl of “Back” Exercises

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II With an incredible Super Bowl XLIX now behind us, we may now focus on our own epic battle of crowning the “2” most effective back exercises. Our earlier posts set up this discussion, so if you’ve missed them and haven’t commented, check out……… 6 “Back” Defining Exercises – https://fitnesspropelled.wordpress.com/2015/01/25/6-back-defining-exercises/ […]

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January 25, 2015

6 “Back” Defining Exercises

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II When looking from behind and we see the structured anatomy of a well-defined back, we cannot help but want to see that individual’s front side holds in store. In order to acquire such features it takes a fitness artist’s touch to cultivate such a sculpted look. Let’s take […]

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January 11, 2015

3 Must Use Dynamic Abdominal Exercises on the Bosu Balance Trainer

By: Geoff Rubin, Fitness Propelled, CPT/CIFT/TRX II Exercise programs that scream effective are often centered on the inclusion of both, dynamic or isotonic routines as well as stable or isometric routines. Dynamic or “isotonic” exercise consists of continuous and sustained movements of the arms and legs which is beneficial to the cardiorespiratory system. When you […]

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