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BUTTERFLY/PRESS

Posted on Jan 29th, 2012
Dumbbell Press on a Ball: Lie back on a stability ball pressing shoulder blades against the ball. Walk your feet forward until knees, hips, and shoulders are in line. Hold dumbbells up in a position straight above chest, elbows extended, turning your hands so that palms face forward. (Do not lock out your elbows at this start…Read more

PUSHUPS

Posted on Jan 1st, 2012
Modified Pushup with Pushup Bars Kneeling on the floor, place your hands (grip with palms in) on push-up bars which are positioned slightly more than shoulder width apart. Hands should be in same vertical plane as your shoulders (i.e. not in front of or behind your shoulders). Set your knees further back on the floor and supp…Read more

Straight-leg Dead Lift

Posted on Jan 26th, 2012
1.    Stand with feet about shoulder-width apart and knees slightly bent.  Hold a barbell with both hands; grip involves palms facing toward you.   2.    Bend at your hips keeping your back flat.  Lower the barbell as far as you can without flexing your back or bending your knees more.  This is your start positi…Read more

Steps with Bar Support

Posted on Jan 26th, 2011
1.    Stand on one leg with ball of foot on top of the step so that your heel extends off the edge.  Knee is slightly bent.  Place both hands on a bar or wall in front of you.   2.    Lower your heel down until your calf is stretched by bending the ankle of your supporting leg.    3.    Return t…Read more

Single Leg Calf Raise with Dumbells

Posted on Jan 26th, 2011
1.    Stand on one leg with ball of foot on top of the step so that your heel extends off the edge. Knee is slightly bent. Hold dumbbells at your sides. 2.    Lower your heel down until your calf is stretched by bending the ankle of your supporting leg. 3.    Return to start position by pushing down through the b…Read more

Squats with Barbell

Posted on Jan 26th, 2011
1.    Stand up straight with knees slightly bent, feet about shoulder-width apart, toes and knees facing forward at all times. Place barbell high behind your shoulders with your hands grasping the bar comfortably to the sides of your shoulders.2.    Lower your body, bending your knees and hips, until your thighs are about paral…Read more

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