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Free Foot Exercise video! How to Strengthen and Stretch Your Feet
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6 Exercises to Kill Chronic Knee, Foot or Hip Pain
If you, just like 15 to 25 percent of people in the US, suffer from chronic knee pain, or just get tired sore feet from constantly being on the go, pay attention to these 6 exercises to cure chronic knee, foot or hip pain. You don’t need an expensive treatment if you regularly perform the simple workout at home. Knees are the second largest source of recurrent pain, and once you add in the feet and hips, it turns out that the legs can cause big problems for a lot of people. Simple tip-toeing, besides strengthening your calves, helps improve your balance by reducing the area in contact with the ground, which makes keeping your balance quite a challenge. It strengthens your glutes and core muscles, improves your posture while simultaneously relieving back pain, increases the flexibility of your ankles, stretches the muscles around your shins, which are an otherwise difficult muscle group to target. Heel raises, ankle circles, resistance training and toe games are all effective exercises for relieving pain in different parts of your legs. Try to do rolling foot massage on a daily basis and do as many reps as you want or have time for. It gives the bottom of your foot a nice stretch and prevents foot-related injuries in the long run. Music: Diamond Ortiz - Inevitable https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Exercise #1. Heel raises 1:01 Exercise #2. Tip-toeing 3:22 Exercise #3. Ankle circles 4:34 Exercise #4. Resistance training 5:47 Exercise #5. Toe games 7:42 Exercise #6. Rolling foot massage 9:24 Bonus 10:04 SUMMARY -You’ll need to grab a chair for this exercise. Stand behind it and use the back of the chair to support yourself. This exercise helps strengthen your ankles and works the muscles around the knee. -Simply tip-toe around your house kind of quickly. This will strengthen your calves and give a little workout to your toes and the balls of your feet. Aim to do this exercise regularly for 5 to 15 minutes or until you get tired. -This exercise helps loosen up the tendons and muscles in your legs and ankles. It’ll improve your flexibility, range of motion, and overall comfort while walking or standing. -Resistance training targets the muscles in your calves and inner and outer thighs, not only toning but also strengthening them. -Toe games is an important exercise because it strengthens the tiny muscles in your toes and feet. They tend to be underdeveloped, which can be a big problem since they support your arches, keep your toes properly aligned, and even contribute to balance. -Rolling foot massage works the muscles in the heels and balls of your feet. It’s also a nice relaxing massage for your arches. -If your feet are killing you after a long day, use one thumb to put pressure on the spot between your big toe and pointer toe and use the other thumb to press the point between your ring toe and pinky toe. Gently massage these spots for up to 15 minutes for easy and quick relaxation. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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BEST Foot & Ankle Exercise To Strengthen Weak Ankles & Improve Stability / Arch Support
Get My Greatest Posture Info & Tips Here: http://madmimi.com/signups/225816/join Thumbnail Image From © yodiyim / Fotolia *************************************************** Ankle strengthening is quite important, but unfortunately overlooked by many people. It makes sense to focus on doing ankle and foot exercises given that this is what is the foundation of your body. So something off here could indeed impact your entire body. For example, with regards to arch support in your feet, many people don't know that you not only have a medial arch, but a lateral arch as well. If you build up muscles such as your Peroneals, this can increase support of your lateral arch. This in turn can take stress off of your medial arch. Building up muscles such as the Tibialis Anterior and especially the Posterior Tibialis is important because they will support the inner arch more. This can increase shock absorption in your body and make you less likely to pronate your feet too much. Essentially, if you strengthen weak ankles, you are less likely to get injured and you will be supporting your overall body more. The 3 exercises I show workout your Peroneals, your Tibialis Anterior, and your Posterior Tibialis. I show 3 different directions, which will target all 3 muscles. Doing this will improve ankle stability in your body, as well as improve your natural arch support. ************************************************ Follow me on Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/fitnessoriented/ Follow me on Twitter https://twitter.com/FitnessOriented Follow me on Google+: plus.google.com/+FitnessOriented
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How can you fix flat feet?
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Workout for Massive Calves | Preston Noble (HD)
Huge calves make men look great in shorts throughout the summer and they're easier to get than you think! Learn how with Preston Noble's calves workout. (HD Reupload) Sales & Specials ► http://bbcom.me/22PwSL5 ========================================­===== Those muscles wrapped around your shin are a mystery wrapped in an enigma when it comes to training. Do they grow according to genetics or training stimulus? And if training does make all the difference, what kind of training are we talking about? Heavy weight for low reps, or lighter weight for high reps? Power-walking soccer moms would sport monster calves if repetitive motion were the key. You need to hit 'em hard. Arnold, who ruined the elastic in his fair share of tube socks in the 70s, put it this way: "Every day you walk around. When you walk you are using your calves. You are pushing at least your body weight every time you take a step. So, when you go to the gym and work out your calves with light weight, are you really stressing your muscles?" Arnold put his calves through the ringer. He would perform all types of calf raises until he couldn't fully extend the muscle. Then, he would perform little bursts until the muscle finally couldn't move or extend, rendering his foot practically useless at the time after training. This method contributed to him becoming arguably the greatest bodybuilder of all time. I take a similarly aggressive approach to raising calves. Your calves will not grow unless you absolutely DESTROY them! So I'm going to ask you to tack 10-to-12 sets of calf work onto the end of 4 or 5 workouts a week. (If that's too many sets at first, start at 5 and then build up to 12.) Each set should be 30 reps: 10 reps with toes pointed out, 10 reps with toes pointed in, 10 reps with toes pointed forward. No matter what calf move you're doing, switch it up like this. The calves need this smack-down. Their strength should be commensurate with the strength of your quads and hamstrings. A weak link between your bigger legs muscles and the ground will limit performance and perhaps cause injury. Get Preston Noble's Full Workout ► http://bbcom.me/22PwegH Top 50 Best Supplements ► http://bbcom.me/22PwyMa ========================================­===== | Recommended Supplements | Pre JYM Pre-Workout ► http://bbcom.me/22PwGLT - Pre-Workout Powder Powerhouse* - Scientifically Advanced All-In-One Formula for Improved Workouts* Pro JYM Protein ► http://bbcom.me/22Pwr3f - Blended Protein Supplement for Maximum Effectiveness* - Made with the Highest Quality Whey, Casein, and Egg Proteins LeanMode Fat Burner ► http://bbcom.me/22PwLz4 - Stimulant Free Fat Loss Support* - 5 Stimulant Free Modes Of Fat Burning* ========================================­===== | Bodybuilding.com | Fitness Apps ► http://bbcom.me/22PwIDl Sales & Specials ► http://bbcom.me/22PwSL5 Fitness Articles ► http://bbcom.me/22PwrR0 #1 Online Supplement Store ► http://bbcom.me/22PwT1F Free Fitness Plans ► http://bbcom.me/22PwFaB #1 Women's Fitness Site ► http://bbcom.me/22PwuME ========================================­===== | Follow Us | YouTube ► http://bit.ly/1RSJFa4 Facebook ► http://on.fb.me/1lomhpr Instagram ► http://bit.ly/1LzBxab Twitter ► http://bit.ly/1RSJQlL Google+ ► http://bit.ly/1NRe8qu Pinterest ► http://bit.ly/1OOZgY4 Spotify ► http://spoti.fi/1NRebm0 We are Bodybuilding.com. Your transformation is our passion. We are your personal trainer, your nutritionist, your supplement expert, your lifting partner, your support group. We provide the technology, tools and products you need to burn fat, build muscle and become your best self.
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Leg Workout without Weights | 6 Exercises for Strong Legs
Here are 6 Exercises for Strong Legs. Use this Leg Workout without Weights to get STRONG! 10 BEST Body Weight Exercises of All-Time - FREE report http://www.criticalbench.com/bodyweight/ === Of course working out with barbells and dumbbells is awesome but sometimes you can't get to the gym. So here is a great alternative, a leg workout without weights. Do these 6 exercises for stronger legs! To train your legs, you don't need much but your training needs to focus on two elements: 1) leg-specific movements and 2) targeting all muscles in your legs. It really is that simple. However there can be some challenges that you need to watch out for. By far, the biggest myth holding you back is that squats, lunges and deadlifts are all that you need. They’re not. They’re great leg exercises but they aren't complete. In this video Coaches Brian Klepacki and Chris Wilson give you 6 bodyweight leg exercises you can do anywhere. Here is the workout in order: Prisoner Squats In & Out Squat Jumps Bulgarian Split Squats Split Squat Jumps Calf Raises Lateral Lunges Use these exercises to successfully target your legs and adding strength, lean muscle, and endurance to your lower body. And since you liked this video so much, give it a thumbs up, hit that subscribe button and be sure to give us some comments below. Have an AWESOME day!! === The #1 Exercise to Develop a Rounder Stronger Butt https://www.criticalbench.com/growth/unlock-glutes Subscribe to Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=criticalbench Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/thecriticalbench
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5 Best Exercises for a Nice Looking Butt
These are the 5 best exercises for a nice looking butt for men and women. Learn how to get a bigger rounder butt fast with this excellent glute workout. Not only will you discover exercises for a bigger buttocks, but these exercises will help you develop your thighs as well. Enjoy! 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=butt Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2wf2ctN TIMESTAMPS: # 1- Barbell Squat 0:40 # 2- Step-ups 2:57 # 3 - Romanian Deadlifts 4:06 # 4 - Bulgarian Split Squats 5:59 # 5 - Elevated Shoulder Glute Bridge 7:38 The glutes. They're one of the most important muscle groups found in your body without them you wouldn't be able to walk run or jump and you would also have a serious case of flat pancake butt. Nobody wants see a flat butt not guys and not girls so in today's video I'm going to do all the peach loving people of the world a big favor and give you guys the 5 best exercises for a nice looking butt. And if you've been doing your squats and you've been trying your absolute best but your glutes just don't seem to grow give this video chance because I'm going to dive into specific methods you can use to Target your glutes to build a nicer butt so you can fill up those jeans in no time. Let's start with the very first one that everyone knows about and that's barbell squats. But we're not just doing regular barbell squats the best types of squats to work your glutes are deep barbell squats. Getting down nice and low during squats is the secret to building nicer glutes. A lot of people are afraid of going low during squats because of the many myths that exist about how low you're allowed to go. The truth is that as long as you don't have any previous injuries to your knees and your form is correct you can go almost all the way to the ground. This is actually something that trainers call ass to the grass squats. And going nice and low for your squats is a very natural movement for your body. I always bring up this example but before we had toilets we would take a squat every single day and that squat was naturally a deep squat. This is why deep squats are a very natural movement that our bodies have had plenty of time throughout history to adapt to. The problem is if you're not used to squatting a deep squat feels like anything but natural. So it's important that you learn the right way to do it and if you're not used to squatting the best way to start is 2 put a seat or a platform behind you and simply stand facing a mirror and sit down and get back up sit down and get back up. Most people perform a very good squat when they're sitting down but if you tell that same person to squat without a platform behind them they'll start messing it up. After you feel comfortable enough you can get rid of the seat or platform and try to perform regular squats. You would do this by keeping your chest out towards the mirror turning your hips out too kind of exaggerated The Arc in your back leaning back on your heels so take all the pressure off of your toes as you squat keep the pressure on your heels and then just sit back while trying to keep your knees from crossing too far over your toes. Once you're comfortable doing that you can try to put a really short platform on the ground and try to squat down and tap that platform with every rep. Now after you feel like your form is on point you can add the barbell into the movement and you can start incrementally increasing the weight. Remember the key points are to squat low stick your chest out and stick your butt out and stay on your heels as you come down for your squats. Let's move on to the second exercise step-ups but once again we're not doing regular step-ups because regular step-ups don't Target your glutes anywhere near as much as the way that I'm about to show you. You see normally when people are doing step-ups they're actually working their back calf a lot more than they think. Sure they're still going to work their quad and their hamstring a little on that front leg to get up on top of the platform they're stepping up on. However that back calf is taking the pressure off of the glute on the other leg. And this happens because most people will kickoff for every rep when doing this exercise. So to turn this into an exercise that improves your butt I want you to point the toes of your back foot up towards the ceiling the whole time. By pointing your toes towards the ceiling it makes it impossible for you to kick off. So this puts all the stress and work that's required to get your body up that platform on that front leg and that bottom portion of going up without kicking off is going to Target the glutes big time. The one thing that you should keep in mind is since you're not kicking off you will probably have to use less weight than what you were doing if you were to just do regular step-ups.
Ballet Feet Exercises
Don't forget to follow me on Instagram ♥ - http://instagram.com/lisa_s_maree Here's an updated foot workout and stretch video :) This one is a bit more ballet styled and includes a few more of my favorite exercises. They are gentle exercises and stretches you can do everyday to improve your foot flexibility and strength as well as prevent injury and improve your posture, balance, and health overall. Maintaining healthy fit feet is crucial to your health! Take care of your feet, they do a lot for you... like allow you to stand and walk! haha :) If you're here just to improve the look of your feet for dance, that's fine too! Nicely pointed feet will lengthen your lines! :) I will say that having good arches for dance comes easier when you have the right genes for it, but that doesn't mean you can't improve the look of your own feet. My feet would not be nearly as good if I didn't work them out and stretch them every single day. Just don't forget about them :) I have worked hard to improve my feet and have always been keen on having higher arches for ballet. But please be careful, don't overwork them :)
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24 foot and ankle strengthening exercises
Foot and Ankle Strengthening Exercises Our body is a chain, which means that dysfunction in one area of your body can lead to pain and injury in other areas of your body. That is why you need to take care of your feet and ankles – they are your foundation and without a strong foundation, there are going to be problems with the rest of the structure. So if you are suffering from foot or ankle pain, or have in the past, the best way to keep your foundation strong is by following these four prehab/rehab steps – foam rolling, stretching, activation and strengthening. Below are tips and exercises to help you implement these four steps to Prevent and Alleviate Foot and Ankle pain as well as pain and injury further up your body! Read More here: http://redefiningstrength.com/tips-to-prevent-and-alleviate-foot-and-ankle-pain-and-injury/ The 24 foot and ankle strengthening exercises 1. Foot foam rolling (0:59) 2. Shin foam rolling (1:09) 3. Peroneal foam rolling (1:19) 4. Calf form rolling (1:29) 5. Kneeling foot stretch (1:38) 6. Kneeling foot stretch to bear squat (1:48) 7. Peroneal shin stretch (2:00) 8. Single leg roll to toes (2:10) 9. Roll to squat (2:23) 10. Three way ankle mobility (2:32) 11. three way shin stretch (2:47) 12. Heel to toe rocks (3:00) 13. Inside/outside rocks (3:10) 14. Standing calf stretch (3:20) 15. Knee friendly ankle mobility (3:30) 16. Calf raise circles (3:40) 17. Standing ankle circles (3:50) 18. Leg swings (3:59) 19. Three way calf raises (4:12) 20. Toe scrunchies (4:27) 21. Heel walks (4:38) 22. Toe walks (4:45) 23. Pronation walks (4:52) 24.Supination walks (4:59)
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Fix Flat Feet - Exercise for Fallen Arches
For more info. visit - http://dailyvitamoves.com/fix-flat-feet-exercise-fallen-arches Do you wear orthotics or insoles for flat feet? It can be beneficial to use these for foot support when you'll be on your feet for long periods, but ideally, you'll want to build up the strength and endurance to have a natural arch support through the muscles, tendons, & ligaments in your feet. If you have fallen arches, it's important to avoid not only other possible foot issues like bunions, but to keep from having pain and dysfunction in the muscles and joints of the rest of your body. The feet are our main interaction with the ground and supports the weight of our entire body as we move. When the feet are too pronated and the inside edge of the feet are touching or closer to touching the ground, it puts more strain on the ball of the foot, ankle, & inside knees which can make you more prone to injury. Try doing the exercise for flat feet in this video to help strengthen the arches of your feet: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WU93pvtGf6s
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Dance Foot Exercises & Stretches For Strength, Flexibility, Pain Relief, Flat Feet and Ballet Pointe
Dance Foot Exercises & Stretches For Strength, Flexibility, Pain Relief, Flat Feet and Ballet Pointe ♥ Start Your Two Week Free Trail http://www.wellnessplus.tv ♥ Help Support This Channel http://www.patreon.com/psychetruth ♥ Subscribe To Our Podcast http://wellnessplus.tv/podcast-audio/ #WellnessPlus #DanceWithCatherine #DanceStretches -------------------------------------------- #Dance Foot Exercises & Stretches For Strength, Flexibility, Pain Relief, Flat Feet and Ballet Pointe Video 7 in series of videos by Catherine Elizabeth based on Ballet, Dance & Pilates. This 20 minute workout video is designed to help with foot pain and filled with exercises that dancers use to improve foot strength and flexibility and ease pain. Follow our Social Media https://www.instagram.com/psychetruth http://www.facebook.com/psychetruthvideos http://www.pinterest.com/psychetruth http://www.twitter.com/psychetruth http://www.youtube.com/psychetruth http://www.psychetruth.net Related Videos Ballet Class For Beginners - How to Do Basic Ballet Dance Positions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a8GDpzZcC9Y Flexibility Stretches For Dancers, Cheerleaders, Ballet, Gymnasts & The Splits Beginners Exercises https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A16zIcbR5sU Best Butt Lift & Slim Inner Thigh Workout - Dance & Pilates Based Beginners Exercises https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-2CkMVRjs0 Music By iChill Music Factory Website: http://www.ichillmusic.com Album: GAIA © Copyright 2014 Target Public Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. #Psychetruth
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5 Ways Flat Feet “F” Up Your Workouts!! (EXERCISES TO FIX THEM!)
Fix your feet and start training like an athlete here… http://athleanx.com/x/strong-from-the-ground-up Flat feet are common, occurring in almost 20 percent of the population. If you have them, you likely already know that they can really hurt your ability to workout, or at least workout as effectively as you could be. In this video, I cover 5 ways that flat feet can destroy your workouts and provide you with two exercises for flat feet that you can start doing right away. A flat foot comes from having a fallen arch or lack of a normal arch in your foot. The cause is not exactly known but can come from overall ligament laxity, a weak posterior tibialis muscle, or even congenital or hereditary contributions. There are certainly a host of problems that you’ll experience when working out at your feet, but the bigger issues are those that occur further up the kinetic chain that really cause problems. When your arch collapses, your heel kicks out or everts which causes the tibia to internally rotate or fall inward. This causes a torque at the knee as well as the hip and creates muscle adaptations and shortness that can lead to many other issues in the back and other areas of the kinetic chain. As you can imagine, having flat feet can cause normal exercises to become much more challenging. Squats for instance can be really challenging to perform properly if you have fallen arches. With a much harder time keeping your knees tracking outward because of the internal rotation at the hip, you will struggle to keep proper alignment and form during the squat exercise. When you become more explosive and try to run or jump, the problems with flat feet become even more pronounced. With the impaired ability of the foot to absorb shock, every landing from a jump can send shockwaves up through the kinetic chain into the knees, hip and back. Likewise, with a poor ability to transform the foot into a rigid lever, the body loses it’s ability to run explosively and fast. Sprinters attempting to run with flat feet are almost always going to find it much more of a struggle to compete against runners with normal feet. Two exercises are shown to help build up the strength of the posterior tibialis muscle (which acts as a supporting sling for the arch when adequately strong) and the intrinsic muscles of the arch. You can perform each of these exercises two to three times per week to try and slowly build up the strength and endurance of the muscles of your feet. For a complete workout program that trains you like an athlete and overlooks nothing, be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get the only physical therapist created workout program that elite pro athletes are using to gain the edge on their competition and take their training to the next level. For more workouts and exercises on how to fix flat feet as well as other physical therapy related strength training videos be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http//youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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WEEK 01 How to do the splits, for beginners
At first i used a small dolly for the feet to roll on, then i ended up padded sliders, The magnet extension stick i put on a flatter surface and used that as my measuring stick, yea its funny, but once i touch it then i know exactly how low i went and then i lower it lower and keep pushing myself to touch it again. here is what i used Small 3 wheel Dolly http://amzn.to/2jVcZBr Furniture Sliders like this http://amzn.to/2ixw0xG Magnet Extension tool http://amzn.to/2ixvAHw If you have a carpet you can put your feet on a magazine, if you have hard floor you can put your feet on a folded up towel and slide your feet. 15 min a day splits stretching and techniques to do side splits. Do this 5-7 days a week, do proper warm up and stretching before pushing to the max. There is no easy way, only pain and dedication, at my age im not exactly a little gymnastics girl, Im a beginner, i have always wanted to do side splits. Im 33 years old, married and work all sorts of different hours at work, from morning to nights, 55-60 hours a week. If i can find 10-15 mins to do this every day, so can you. Here is the simple workout routine: - 5 min warm up - 5 min stretching - 5 min splits break down of the 5 min splits: Set 1 - push out and hold 30 sec - squeeze in and hold 30 sec - push out and hold 30 sec - shake it off and relax Set 2 - push out and hold 30 sec - squeeze in and hold 30 sec - push out and hold 30 sec (try to go down lower from set 1) - shake it off and relax Set 3 - push out and hold 30 sec - squeeze in and hold 30 sec - push out and hold 30 sec (try to go down lower than set 2) - shake it off and relax Please remember, this is something i came up with myself, you can modify it how you like, im just going to stick with this combination to see how it will work for me. Before you start stretching you need to warm up. I basically do this stuff till i start breaking a sweat, then i start stretching. I decided to get these little dollies on amazon for $5 search 3 wheel dolly and you will find a bunch of different ones, its a bit unstable as you can see in the video, but i feel like it helps me to go out to the sides just a bit wider, but also give me more pain because i can push it harder. If you have carpet you can also use some sort of plastic or paper plate to put your feet on it to slide out, if you have hardwood, put your feet on a tower, dont go out running to buy the dolly just yet. Measuring how far you go down up to you, you can find things around your house to stack under yourself to see what you can touch, i happened to have my kids buckets and a ball haha, ya i know, ill try to think of something better. You can try using books for spacers, and maybe a water bottle on the books, then once you make contact you can measure how tall it is and record it for your progress. You dont have to measure everyday, you can simply measure in the beginning of the week and at the end of the week to see if you have improved... i like to put something bellow me to touch everyday, that way i see if im going far enough and if i need to force myself to go down lower. You will be sore, there will be pain, if you need to take a couple days off, do so to avoid injury. Its all bout how bad you want it !!
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13 Exercises To Relieve Hip, Foot, Knee & Back Pain
13 exercises to relieve hip, foot, knee & back pain. Between 15 to 20% of men endure knee pain and about 20% of women are enduring knee pain. After a long day, you might feel the need to rest, but if you keep moving it is good for your entire body. #BackPain #KneePain #FootPain Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music Summary: 13. Wall Squats: If your knee is not 100%, the best thing to do is strengthening it with wall squats according to WebMD. Begin by standing with your back against the wall, with your feet shoulder-width apart. Start slowly bending your knees, if you feel any pain, stand upright and take a break. 12. Bridging: Be sure not to over arch your back by tightening your abdominal muscles before lifting. Lie on your back with your knees bent and your heels on the floor. Push your heels into the floor and begin to squeeze your buttocks and lift your hips off the floor until your shoulders, hips and knees are all in a straight line. 11. Step-Ups: This is an exercise that will put a bit more strain on your knee, so it’s important to take it slow, says WebMD. For this exercise, begin by placing one foot on a step bench or the lowest step on a staircase. Keeping your pelvis level, start slowly bending your knee and lowering the opposite foot on the floor. Touch your toe to the floor and raise it back up. 10. Pelvic Tilts: This will help build strength in your pelvic muscles and lower back. Lie on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Tighten your stomach muscles. You should feel your back pressing against the floor and your pelvis rocking back as well. 9. Heel Pumper: Jillian Michaels, a famous American personal trainer suggests that people who have pain in the balls of their feet should do this heel pumps exercise. To start this exercise, Jillian says to sit on the bottom step of a set of stairs and place a tennis ball under the heel of each foot. Begin using your body weight to create resistance by leaning your forearms on your knees. Once you’ve done that, start pumping your heels up and down on the tennis ball. 8. Knee to the Chest: Lay on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the floor. Raise one knee to your chest and keep your lower back pressed on the floor. Hold this position for about 30 seconds then lower it back to the ground. 7. Wall Push: The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy states that the wall push exercise is one of the best exercises to do for foot pain. For this exercise, start by facing the wall and put both hands on the wall, make sure they are shoulder height. Then place one foot in front of the other. The front foot should be about 30 cm from the wall. Next, bend your front knee towards the wall while keeping the back knee straight. 6. Bird Dog: Keep in mind that you should only raise the limbs to heights where your lower back position can be maintained. Begin on your hands and knees and tighten your stomach muscles. Lift and extend either your right or left leg. Do this 8 to 12 times for each leg. 5. Hip Bridges: Hip bridges will help engage your hip flexors, glutes, and hamstrings, says Healthline. Begin by lying flat on your back with your feet flat on the ground with your legs bent. Next, use the weight from your heels to lift your hips up so they’re in line with your knees and shoulders. 4. Lying Lateral Leg Raises: Healthline states that lying lateral leg raises will help strengthen your iliotibial band. This band is partially responsible for your side-to-side leg motions. To perform this exercise, lie on your right side and extend your right arm out for balance. Then lift your left leg as high up as you possibly can. Then slowly bring your left leg back down so it’s back in line with your right leg. 3. Partial Crunches: First, lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor. You can either cross your arms over your chest or put your hands behind your neck. Tighten your stomach muscles and begin to raise your shoulders off the ground. As you raise your shoulders, breathe out. Go back down and repeat. 2. Wall Sits: Stand 10 to 12 inches from the wall, then lean back. Have your back flat against the wall. Begin to slowly slide down the wall until your knees are bent and your lower back is pressed against the wall. 1. Press-Up Back Extensions: Lie on your stomach with your hands underneath your shoulders. Begin by pushing up with your hands so your shoulders begin to lift off of the floor. Try to hold this position for a few seconds before resetting. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Bestie : https://goo.gl/tUqro6 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bestieinc/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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Functional Strength Training: Foot Strengtening Exercises
More Functional Strength Training: https://www.weckmethod.com/services/functional-strength-training-mobility-training-rmt-club-workshop Strengthening the feet by using cylindrical objects (such as a PVC pipe from your local hardware store) can help you create a stronger Base of Support. Stronger feet means a more stable BOS capable of expressing your body's full potential while eliminating overcompensation that occurs when the feet are weak. Subscribe to WeckMethod: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=WeckMethod Connect with us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/WeckMethod Get the latest updates via Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/WeckMethod
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Foot & Ankle Exercises - Tutorial for Ankle Mobility and Foot Strength (Part 1)
For a full description of these exercises, including programming, as well as 2 more videos, click here - https://s.gmb.io/feet The feet, ankle, and calves are neglected parts of the body, but without making an effort to keep the lower legs and feet healthy, we risk injury if things go even slightly off course. The strength and mobility exercises we show in this video will make your feet and ankles resilient for a lifetime. Click here for part 2 of this series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vLMd8LcMk0M Click here for part 3 of this series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LPaBwgZixDc Subscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/GoldMedalBodiesVids Join the GMB Posse: http://gmb.io/ Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/GMBFitness Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/gmbfit Follow our boards on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/gmbrulz We really hope you found this video useful. Please leave a comment if you have any questions at all. We'll do our best to help.
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Top 6 Lower Body Exercises for BAD Knees
FREE pdf - The 5-Minute Glute Workout http://www.criticalbench.com/glutes/ The #1 Exercise to Develop a Rounder Stronger Butt https://www.criticalbench.com/growth/unlock-glutes Here are the TOP 5 lower body exercises for bad knees. Having bad knees could be the result of an old sports injury, a traumatic recent injury, lack of use and the list goes on and on...While there are literally 100 great leg exercises for men and women with and without weights, if you have bad knees, there are several exercises to avoid. Strength coach Brian Klepacki, MS, CSCS picked these 6 as the most beneficial and best overall for people looking to get stronger, healthier legs without the risk of injury due to chronically bad knees. The TOP 6 Lower Body Exercises for People with Bad Knees are: Mini Band Walk, Mini Band Side Step, Stiff Leg Deadlift, Hip Thrusts, Donkey Kicks, Wall Sits Here are a few of Brian's TOP leg training and lower body workout videos for when those knees are feeling better, https://youtu.be/5O2KEoFH_po and https://youtu.be/ilF_iVyukNI #1 Way to UNLOCK Your Tight Hip Flexors http://www.criticalbench.com/growth/psoas/ Subscribe to Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=criticalbench
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Best Exercises for your Feet. Foot Strength and Stretch Exercise Routine
Hurt Foot Fitness Program: https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/injuryrecoverysystem Strong Body Program : https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/strongbody  Hurt Foot Fitness e-book: https://gum.co/HurtFootFitness High Hamstring Tendonitis Guidebook: https://gumroad.com/l/highhamstringtendonitis  DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/CarolineJordanUS GET COACHING: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CarolineJordan Buy Book: http://amzn.to/2kLQZtA Blog: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness Twitter: https://twitter.com/carolinefitness Instagram: @carolinejordanfitness http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ If you liked this video, please support the channel by hitting "LIKE" and the "SUBSCRIBE" button. Your support helps fuel future content and a more powerful impact in the health of the planet. In this 17 minute free exercise video, Fitness professional Caroline Jordan leads you through the all time best exercises to strengthen, stretch, and massage your feet. The foot has 26 bones, 33 joints, more than 100 ligaments and more than a dozen muscles. Do you give them the same attention as you give your OTHER fit parts? In this free foot strength, stretching, and massage routine Caroline will help you learn different techniques you can use to keep your fee injury free and performing well. Everyone's feet are unique and building an awareness of how your feet function will help you create personal foot care program. Your feet work hard everyday and sometimes they pay the consequences. This video will help you if you suffer from: Plantar fasciitis, Achielles tendonitus, Foot pain, heel pain, ball of foot pain, toe pain, ankle sprain, stress fractures, mortons neroma, or other foot and ankle conditions. It helps to make foot and ankle specific stretching and strengthening a regular part of your weekly regimen. I challenge you to take care of you're toes with the following exercises. Aim for three times a week, before or after your workout. Repeat the video 2 times for a longer routine. Leave me a comment when you have completed the series and let me know how it went!! Take good care of your ankles, arches, and toes. It can be done in a few minutes a day and just might make the difference in keeping your feet pain and injury free. Exercise specific to foot care can go a long way towards improving all aspects of a healthy lifestyle. Start from the ground up -- work your feet for a maximum body benefit! Did you try this video? Leave a comment below and tell Caroline you DID it! SUBSCRIBE to Caroline's YouTube channel for free weekly videos to support you in your health goals! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkadh1ZnrCDOF8awC9NbAbA LIKE Caroline Jordan Fitness on facebook join her to start living your healthiest, happiest life! https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness?fref=ts Check out Caroline's website: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/carolinefitness Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness
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★Top 7★ TRX Exercises for Beginners & Weight Loss at Home Workout for Men & Women abs, chest, legs
These are the best top Trx exercises for beginners and weight loss 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=legs Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2MinsEE TIMESTAMPS: #1 TRX Exercise: The TRX Squat 0:56 #2 TRX Exercise: TRX Knee Tucks 1:28 #3 TRX Exercise: TRX Chest Press 1:55 #4 TRX Exercise: TRX Rows 2:35 #5 TRX Exercise: TRX Planks 3:08 #6 TRX Exercise: TRX I,Y,T’s 3:26 #7 TRX Exercise: TRX Curl 3:57 =================================== “Affordable TRX” by G-Strap ►►► http://amzn.to/2fX1WXg =================================== ADVANCED TRX EXERCISE VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZaLFZZNyCs&t=325s 1. Trx Squats 2. Trx Knee Tucks 3. Trx Chest Presses 4. Trx Rows 5. Trx Planks 6. Trx I,Y, T's 7. Trx Multiplanar curls Hey guys what's going on in today's video I'm going to be going over the top 7 exercises that you could perform on a Trx if your a beginner. I've already made an advanced version in which there are 10 exercises and the reason why the beginner version only has 7 is because I really want you guys to focus on mastering the key movements on the Trx. These basic movements are pretty much where all the other exercises stem from. As a beginner something that you should know is that in any exercise on the TRX we want to make sure that we keep our core really tight. Not only will this ensure that we get a good ab workout but it'll also prevent a lower back injury. This workout will help you learn the basic TRX movements and it'll help increase your core strength your stability and your balance. So let's get right into this with the first exercise the TRX squat For the Trx squats you want to start with your hands on the straps and you want to walk your feet in 2 about a 60 degree angle. If you walk your feet in too far then you won't be able to squat low enough and if you don't walk them in far enough then you're these are going to be going over your toes. Once you find the right position you want to squat down as low as you can and stand back up. This is a great exercise to work the glutes quads and hamstrings. Alright moving on we have TRX knee tucks which is the regression for trx pikes. In this one we're going to put our feet inside the straps of the Trx. And then we're going to walk our hands forward until we're in a push-up position. Make sure that you stay in a straight line and don't let your hips sink. Tuck your knees to your chest and keep your core tight for the whole exercise. This is a great exercise for your core and your ab muscles. Up next we got a Trx chest press grab the straps and walk your feet back until you're in more of a leaning push-up position. The further you walk back the harder the exercise gets. Come down until your hands or even with your chest and then extend back out to complete the movement. This is a great exercise for the chest shoulders and triceps. Be sure to keep your core tight and your fuels butt and the back of your head should be in a straight line. A big mistake that I see is that people will drop their upper body and bend at the waist to make this exercise easier. If you find yourself doing this just walk your feet forward. Now for this next one we're going to hit the antagonist muscles with a TRX row. Here the further that we walk her feet in the harder the exercise gets. Again you're going to grab the straps walk your feet in and you could do this exercise on your heels or with your foot flat on the ground it's really a matter of preference. Then you're going to pull with your elbows not your hands and really squeeze your back on every rep. This is a great exercise for your upper and middle back and for your biceps. Again you want to stay in a straight line while doing this. Next we have a TRX plank. This exercise will help you develop the stability that's necessary for a lot of advanced TRX core and upper-body exercises. Put your feet inside the straps and hold yourself up in a push-up position on your hands. If you can't hold yourself up on your hands and then hold yourself up on your elbows exercise will help you develop the stability that's necessary for a lot of advanced to your core and upper body exercises. Put your feet inside the straps and hold yourself up on your elbows. You want to do your best to keep your hips from sinking down. try to keep your tailbone your heels and your head in a straight line. Now we have the TRX Iyt's here you're going to stand in front of the Trx and grab the straps. Walk your feet in not too far but far enough for the exercise to be challenging. Start with the eye by raising your hands directly over your head while keeping your body in a straight line. Then 4 the Y you're going to open up the angle between your arms a little more to resemble a y and then finally for the T you're going to bring your arms straight out to your sides with your elbows slightly bent. The great exercise for the top and the back of the shoulder.
Bringing the Foot Back To Life: Restoring the Extensor Hallucis Brevis Muscle.
Part 2 of the EHB: Bringing the Extensor Hallucis Brevis of the Foot Back to Life. Today we show you a proprietary exercise we developed here at The Gait Guys. It was developed out of necessity for those clients who are too EHL dominant (long big toe extensor muscle) and big toe short flexor dominant (FHB). These two muscles are what we call a foot functional pair. Big toes like these will be dysfunctional and will not be able to gain sufficient purchase on the ground to produce stability and power without impacting the joint (1st metatarsophalangeal joint). Imbalances like these lead to altered joint loading responses and can be a possible predictor for premature damage to the joint over time. These imbalances are also what lead to injuries to the big toe, the arch and other areas of the foot. After all, when the big is weak or dysfunctional gait will be compensated. When imbalance at this joint occurs because of EHB weakness the medial tripod anchor (the head of the 1st metatarsal) is compromised possibly transmitting stress into the foot, arch and medial stabilizers such as the tibialis posterior for example. This exercise is to be weaned back to less and less yellow band resistance until the EHB can be engaged on its own. Then the gait retraining must begin. Simply reactivating and strengthening the skill and muscle is not enough. The pattern must be then taken to the floor and learned how to be used in the gait cycle. It is a process restoring gait. All too often the "Devil is in the Details". If you liked this video, visit our daily blog: www.thegaitguys.tumblr.com or our website: www.thegaitguys.com See our other free videos here on youtube on our "The Gait Guys Channel". Or our other videos here: http://store.payloadz.com/results/results.asp?m=80204 Shawn and Ivo The Gait Guys
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Intrinsic Foot Strength | Exercises for Stronger Feet | Barefoot Training
Balance and stability require strength from your lower limbs, but do you realize how much you use your toes and feet while standing, running, jumping and moving athletically. Utilize this foot exercise to improve Intrinsic Foot Strength for stronger feet and barefoot training! Bring Out Your Athlete! Follow us on: Website – https://www.simplespeedcoach.com Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/simplespeedcoach/ Twitter – https://twitter.com/SimplSpeedCoach Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/simplespeedcoach/
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in the second part of this intense workout, a team of four fitness athletes try Crossfit for the first time. More used to isolation exercises using free weights, the team are challenged by Workout of the Day-style training featuring more whole body exercises. The team are: MATT SALLIS, Men's Health cover model and physique competitor HUGO BARCELOS, UK Fitness Model Champion REDMAN NEAL, fitness model and sponsored athlete LEON WILLIAMS, UKBFF National Physique Champion (tall class) Thanks to CrossFit Evolution Gym in North London
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Exercises to Strengthen Toes & Feet : Exercise Plans
Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=Ehowfitness Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/Ehowfitness Strengthening your toes and feet is easy, so long as you know which specific exercises that you need to employ. Learn about exercises to strengthen your toes and feet with help from an experienced personal trainer in this free video clip. Expert: Chris Anderson Bio: Chris Anderson is the owner of "Live Fit" in Overland Park, Kansas. He has been a trainer for seven years and has a master's degree in Exercise Science from Central Missouri State University. Filmmaker: Daniel Mallek Series Description: By maintaining a daily breakdown and putting together the right routine, you can be well on your way to your fitness goals in no time. Get tips on how to exercise very efficiently with help from an experienced personal trainer in this free video series.
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No Gym Full Body Workout
4 minutes of progressive body weight training can be done anywhere anytime. ▷Connect with Me Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jordanyeohfitness Facebook: http://facebook.com/jordanyeohfitness Personal Training Web App: https://ironmastery.com Timer app: (IOS): http://bit.ly/jy-timer (Android): http://bit.ly/jytimer
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Top 5 - Best Leg Exercises for Footballers - How to get Faster & more Shooting Power
Top 5 Fitness Exercises for Soccer Players like Cristiano Ronaldo & Gareth Bale (Home & Studio Workout) - How to shoot with more power, gain muscles & run faster. ► Get the ARYS Track Suits here: http://aryswear.com ► Check out smartgains: http://youtube.com/smartgainz ► Join #teamfk / Kommt ins #teamfk: http://bit.ly/jointeamfk ► Facebook: http://facebook.com/freekickerz ► Instagram: http://instagram.com/teamfk ► Twitter: http://twitter.com/freekickerz ► Vine: https://vine.co/freekickerz ► Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/freekickerz ► Shop (DE): http://freekickerz.spreadshirt.de (weltweiter Versand)(Werbung) ► Shop (EN): http://freekickerz.spreadshirt.de/en (worldwide shipping)(Werbung) ► Shop (US): http://freekickerz.spreadshirt.com (worldwide shipping)(Werbung) ________________________________________________ ► 2nd Channel: http://bit.ly/freekickerzTV ► music Channel: http://bit.ly/fkmusic music: http://bit.ly/fkmusic ► Equipment - Was ich zum Filmen benutze (Anzeigelink) ----- Video ----- Kamera 1: http://amzn.to/2s6KoQo * Kamera 2: http://amzn.to/2t7rUOl * Kamera (6k): http://amzn.to/2iIZJnp * Camcorder (Einsteiger): http://amzn.to/2jGrpci * Goal-Tor-Cam : http://amzn.to/2jfxw3y * SD-Card: http://amzn.to/2jwvT2E * ---- Sound ----- Mikrofon: http://amzn.to/2jwcsXR * Mikrofon (Sony a7): http://amzn.to/2jweMxJ * ---- Equipment ----- Stativ (Einsteiger): http://amzn.to/2kaahfr * Stativ (Pro): http://amzn.to/2kac4S1 * Gimbal/Glidecam: http://amzn.to/2rwIbzf * ---- Editing ----- Editing/Schnittprogramm: http://amzn.to/2jGLKy6 * Effekte/Farbkorrektur: Adobe AE & CC * Thumbnails & Bildbearbeitung: http://amzn.to/2jfIM09 * Vertonung (@ Home): http://amzn.to/2jfHlhZ * Mein PC (ungefähre Zusammenstellung): http://amzn.to/2rBwAKf * Die mit * gekennzeichneten Produkte sind Affiliate Links. Wir erhalten eine kleine Provision, wenn Ihr über diesen Link kauft. Dadurch wird es für Euch nicht teurer, aber Ihr unterstützt uns. Vielen Dank #teamfk
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How To Strengthen your Ballet Feet - Guided Exercises | Lazy Dancer Tips
Even if you are not a dancer but you have long days standing or not mobilising your feet by sitting long hours, this exercises will help you realign your body and improve your posture. Feet are the base for stable movement and absolutely essential in a dancer daily activities to perform without pain or strain. Feet and ankles have a big job in everyday life, especially for a dancer. We have to give them as much attention as every other part of our body, if we treat them well and strengthen them we can achieve better alignment and prevent problems and injuries. With good exercises we can prevent and relieve symptoms of bunions, strengthening arches, calves and ankles. Feet are the base for stable movement and absolutely essential in a dancer daily activities to perform without pain or strain. Jumping and landing correctly, pointe work and balances are only few of the movement a dancer needs to properly master throughout the career. If feet and ankle muscles are weak to support big work and haven't got enough mobility, the whole body reacts by increasing in tension, tightness and bad posture. Come on Let's do this together! Have Fun! *************************************************** http://www.lazydancertips.com *************************************************** CoFounder/Performer/Writer: - Alessia Lugoboni CoFounder/Cinematographer/Cameraman/Editor: - Iacopo Di Luigi *************************************************** Music: Intro: "Life of Riley" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) soundtrack: Buddy - Bensound.com Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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How To Fix Flat Feet (Fallen Arches) With Correction Exercises
Get Shredded here!: http://www.jarethsmith.com/ignite/ Hey Guys Jareth Here, Do you ever suffer from knee or hip pain, well your flat feet could be the cause of this... Try these few exercises to improve this tremendously. Check out our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/EvolvedTherapy
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6 feet - Simple exercises to grow taller quickly after 16
grow taller and increase height by doing these simple exercises on daily basis. How to increase your height up to 6 feet. Height increasing technique for men up to 6 feet. These exercises are basically used to lengthening your legs. These are the basic exercise to increase your height and make you grow taller.
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10 Exercises for Foot Drop after Stroke, Nerve, or Muscle Damage (Weak Ankle & Foot).
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate 10 Exercises that can be performed in treatment of foot drop after Stroke, Nerve, or Muscle Damage (weakness of ankle and foot). Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Channel: https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo
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Ronnie Milo's MVP Leg Workout - Bodybuilding.com
Ready to put rubber to the road and build a set of killer wheels? Check out this high-volume, fast-paced video leg workout from Muscle Militia Captain Ronnie Milo! Get Ronnie's Full Routine Here: http://bbcom.me/1VCfR4H Leg day is the best of training days, and the worst of training days. If done right, hardcore trainees will have an evident waddle in their walk from a serious case of delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMs), and some hardcore part of them will actually love it. In less than an hour, this Muscle Militia MVP workout will help you develop every muscle in your legs. You'll start with the calves, then move to the hamstrings and quads before finishing with loaded lunges—a dreaded exercise that will turn any set of weak toothpicks into powerful tree trunks. MVP STATUS Now, you might be wondering, "Just what the hell is an MVP workout?" Well, first and foremost, it takes an MVP: someone with motivation, vision, and passion; someone who's willing to push every exercise to the brink; someone who can train to failure, stare it dead in the eye, and shove past it. Show me anyone, man or woman, who can turn a workout into a muscle-burning challenge, and I'll show you an MVP. Second, the workout itself has to qualify. It has to be hard, fast, and packed with a dynamic array of exercises. It should build strength and size. It should test your limits, encourage growth, and hit the target body part with force. This leg workout definitely fits the bill. This is a volume-based workout, and your goal should be to get a good contraction of the working muscle on every rep. You may sacrifice a bit of the weight today, but focus on form and time under tension, and you won't be disappointed. When you concentrate on form, you get more into the nitty-gritty of breaking down your muscle. Move at a fast pace, using 3 sets of reverse-pyramid lifting per exercise. Go heavy on each first working set, then decrease the weight and increase the reps for the second and third sets. Drop the weight about 10 percent after each set. EQUIPMENT VARIATIONS Not every gym has a Smith machine. Not every gym has a leg press, let alone an inverted leg press. Be creative. The Smith machine leg press replicates that inverted motion; check out the video to see how I used a box for that exercise. The press can also be completed from the ground. Put the stops up on the Smith machine for safety.
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Three Ankle Strengthening Exercises - No Equipment Required
Ankle strengthening exercises with no equipment - In this video, I’m going to show you three exercises you can use to strengthen weak ankles, each of which require no equipment at all. I’ve also got a pair of SKINS compression bottoms to giveaway… so stay tuned. BUY SKINS A400 on Amazon: http://prourls.co/xd76 ************************ SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RunningRevolution FREE 30 DAY CHALLENGE: http://www.kinetic-revolution.com/30daychallenge/?sc=ytdescription ************************ Lots of you have asked me to share some exercises to help you strengthen your ankles. It’s an important area for us runners, and an area lots of us will have injured before, with ankle sprains etc… Previous ankle injuries often leave a distinct weakness and instability, and this is certainly something worth working on to help prevent future problems. There’s definitely a time and a place to make use of wobble boards and other unstable surfaces to provide a balance challenge for your ankles, and help you improve ankle proprioception. Today however, I want to show you three exercises you can perform with no equipment to help develop ankle strength and stability. Let’s get into it! This first exercise has you balancing on one leg while you use the other leg to create momentum, which you then have to control, to be able to maintain your balance. The instability created by the swinging of the non-weight bearing leg is exactly what the muscles around your standing ankle have to work hard to control! Keep the swinging straight back and forth to begin with, but you can then progress to side-to-side and rotational movements. Also be sure to keep the standing knee softly bent throughout. I’d suggest aiming for 3 sets of 20 swings on each leg, without losing your balance. Next-up I've got a really simple exercise for you which challenges both strength and stability from the whole foot and ankle region. Start balancing on one leg, then as you drive your knee forwards and match your arms into this running man position, roll forwards onto the ball of your foot, and lift your heel as high off the ground as you can. Hold this top position for 5 seconds then return back to the start position slowly with control. The main focus here is to maintain control of the movement as you rise-up onto the balls of your feet, and hold. You should feel the effort in your calf muscles and around your ankles. Aim for 3 sets of 15 five second holds on each leg. You might have noticed that in recent videos I’ve been wearing these A400 starlight compression bottoms from SKINS. They sent me a pair to try and I have to say I’m impressed. Super comfortable, and they seem hardwearing! SKINS are also offering a pair of A400 starlight compression bottoms to one of you guys here on my YouTube channel. All you’ve got to do to be in with a chance of winning is make sure you’re subscribed, like this video and leave a comment below this video telling me who your biggest running inspiration is… I’ll be drawing the winner on Monday 10th April. Good luck! This last exercise adds a little more dynamic movement into the mix, so if you’re recovering from an ankle injury be sure to go easy and only introduce this once the ankle is ready. Start balanced on one leg, then imagine you’re standing in the middle of an eight pointed star. From your start point in the middle, I want you to hop to each point of that star, and back to the middle each time, sticking each landing like a gymnast… soft kneed and under control. Aim for 3 sets of 5 rotations around the star on each leg. ************************ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/kineticrev FACEBOOK: https://facebook.com/kineticrev INSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/kineticrev Music by Epidemic Sound: http://www.epidemicsound.com ************************ ABOUT ME: I'm a runner, sports rehabilitation specialist and coach based in the UK (Norwich and London). Since 2007 I've been working with athletes focusing specifically on helping distance runners and triathletes overcome injury and improve performance through developing their individual running technique. Running biomechanics has become a geeky little passion of mine! WEBSITE: http://kinetic-revolution.com ************************
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Part 1: Hurt Foot Workout. Exercise You can Do With An Injured Ankle, Foot, Toe.
Hurt Foot Fitness Program: https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/injuryrecoverysystem Strong Body Program : https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/strongbody  Hurt Foot Fitness e-book: https://gum.co/HurtFootFitness High Hamstring Tendonitis Guidebook: https://gumroad.com/l/highhamstringtendonitis  DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/CarolineJordanUS GET COACHING: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CarolineJordan Buy Book: http://amzn.to/2kLQZtA Blog: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness Twitter: https://twitter.com/carolinefitness Instagram: @carolinejordanfitness http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ If you liked this video, please support the channel by hitting "LIKE" and the "SUBSCRIBE" button. Your support helps fuel future content and a more powerful impact in the health of the planet. Do you have a broken foot, stress fracture, sprained ankle, achilles tendon tear, broken toe, pulled calf muscle, shin splints, or another lower leg injury that prevents you from using your feet, ankles, or calves when you work out??? Then this video is for YOU. Join Fitness and Wellness expert Caroline Jordan for this strength training workout you can do while recovering from a foot or ankle injury. With a little creativity (and the OK from your doctor!) YOU CAN WORKOUT WHILE INJURED. This 10 minute exercise video will train your chest, arms, abs, butt, and legs without putting pressure on your feet or ankles. The exercises in this workout routine include: - Pushups - Planks - Hip Extension (butt / hamstring) - Hip Circles - Leg lifts - Straight leg hamstring bridge To do this video you will first need to check with your doctor and physical therapist. Honor your body and train smart and you will recover from your injury fast! You can repeat this video daily or as many times as your doctor says is OK :) You can also do this video for upper body strength when you are not injured - its still a great workout!! Leave a comment below and let me know if you found it challenging or helpful! DID YOU LIKE THIS VIDEO?? SUBSCRIBE and share it with your friends! More great content headed your way every week to help you get healthy and live happy! Check out Caroline's website: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/carolinefitness Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness Always check with your doctor before beginning any workout routine. Practice mindfulness and stay smart - take care of your body and do whats right for you! Heres to health and a long life :)
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Calf Workout (SORE IN 6 MINUTES!)
Let the gains begin (and keep coming) here - http://athleanx.com/x/nonstop-gains Subscribe to this channel here - http://bit.ly/2b0coMW If you are like many, no matter what you’ve done for your calf workouts you just haven’t been able to get your stubborn calves to grow. In this video, I’m going to continue the popular “Sore in 6 Minutes” series and bring you a quick calf workout that you can do to not only spark growth from a muscle group you may have long ago written off, but leave you with a soreness that will serve to remind you how capable of getting them to respond to your training they really are. This calf workout consists of just two calve exercises. One of them is going to target the gastroc and the other is going to target the soleus. A little anatomy lesson to clarify the difference between the two. The gastrocnemius is a muscle that crosses the knee and the ankle and is much more effectively targeted when the knee is kept straight because of this. In this workout, we are going to use a variation of a standing calf raise to help us nail this muscle sufficiently. The other muscle group that makes up the calves as we know them is the soleus. Since this muscle doesn’t cross the knee and resides solely on the back of the shin, we can effectively target it by performing our calf exercises with a bent knee. The first exercise in this calf workout will do just that, and will do so in a very intense way. To start, kneel down on the floor with a small mat or pad under your knees. Anchor your feet under the crossbar of a bench (as shown) or any other piece of equipment or home furniture that is sturdy enough to hold you down as you perform the exercise. As you will see in the demonstration, the positioning of the feet is critical to getting this exercise correct and to feeling it in the calves while minimizing what you feel in the hamstrings. As you launch your body away from your heels, you will feel your feet plantarflex to stabilize the weight of your body as you move away from the bench. This is a strong spontaneous contraction of the soleus that will really put a demand on the muscles and force them to work harder than they ever have before. Do this for one minute and immediately stand up and proceed to the second and final exercise of this calf workout. Grab a single dumbbell and head over to a small three or four inch step or box. Start by pointing your toes up on the edge and get a big stretch on the calves. You want to make sure you now lean slightly forward and drive your knees back into full extension to ensure the load is being directed towards the gastroc rather than the soleus. With the lean forward and the dumbbell held down and in front of you, use your other hand to stabilize your body against the rack of machine or a wall at home. Perform straight calf raises in a one and a half rep style. Here you want to come half way up, lower slowly fighting the eccentric and then come back up all the way before lowering down slowly again. This is one rep. Keep performing your reps in this fashion for another minute. From here, you will keep alternating the two exercises until all 6 minutes are up or you give into the pain (whichever comes first!). Each time you do the calf raise, change the position of your toes and heels. Point your toes out on the second time through and in on the third time through. If you must incorporate a bit of a spot on the soleus launcher exercise, it is ok to use a physioball to take away some of the weight of your body and assist you. Try this quick but effective calf workout and monitor your soreness in the next 24 to 48 hours. Guarantee that you will be sore, but as always, this will be the good kind of soreness that ensures that you are hitting your muscles as intended. For a complete workout program that will help you to build muscle and become more athletic in the process, head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For more calf workout videos and exercises to get bigger calves, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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I Broke My Foot!? At Home Workout | Staying Lean While Injured
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Top 7 Exercises to Increase Blood Flow & Circulation in Legs & Feet
"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck present the Top 7 Exercises to Increase Blood Flow & Circulation in Legs & Feet. Make sure to like Bob and Brad on FaceBook https://www.facebook.com/BobandBrad/ Check out the Products Bob and Brad LOVE on their Amazon Preferred Page : https://www.amazon.com/shop/physicaltherapyvideo Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/PtFamous Our Website: https://www.bobandbrad.com/ Our book “Three Simple Steps To Treat Back Pain” is available on Kindle http://www.amazon.com/Three-Simple-Steps-Treat-Back-ebook/dp/B00BPU4O5G/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1444092626&sr=8-1&keywords=3+simple+steps+to+treat+back+pain Brad’s Book “Martial Arts Manual: For Stretching, Strengthening, Prevention, and Treatment of Common Injuries” is also available on Kindle. https://www.amazon.com/Martial-Arts-Manual-Stretching-Strengthening-ebook/dp/B0722J3PZL/ref=sr_1_fkmr0_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1494292881&sr=8-1-fkmr0&keywords=brad+heineck+martial+arts WANT TO HELP TRANSLATE OUR VIDEOS? We would so love the help. http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCmTe0LsfEbpkDpgrxKAWbRA We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites
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Workout For Men Over 60 -- 60-Year-Old Marine Shows His 5 Minute Chest Workout
Secrets to Staying Ripped at 60: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH2ZN Hey Guys! Toby Buttle here with Abs After 40. Competing as a college athlete as well as being a former US Marine, fitness has always been an important part of my life. Now, since reaching middle age, I can say that I’m in the best shape ever, even at the age of 60. Today, we’re going to go through my favorite upper-body cable routine. When executing these workouts, make sure to choose a weight setting you are confident in executing 10-12 repetitions with - no need to go heavy on this workout since we’ll be focusing on control and muscle contraction. Make sure to have your first set be a warm up, that way you can better figure out the weight you want to use and let your muscles get warm for the movement. Let’s get started: 0:51 - Cable Crossover; High to Low - Attach the stirrup handles to the pulleys and position both pulleys to the very top of the station. Get to the start position by standing centered between each pulley, grabbing both handles at the top and take 2 steps forward. Your feet should be positioned almost in a lunge with the front knee bent, back straight and arms bent slightly at the elbow across your body with palms facing one another. Begin the movement by letting the weights descend on the stack and your elbows travel back, keeping arms slightly bent. Once your elbows reach past your torso, return your arms back to the start position. Make sure to keep constant tension on your chest and front deltoids throughout the whole set. 2:36 - Cable Chest Press - Now position the pulleys lower on the cable station, just below shoulder level. The start position is similar to that of the first cable crossover, only this time with palms facing the floor and hands together. Imagine hugging a wide tree trunk with your arms, keeping them bent slightly at the elbow and in the same position throughout the movement. Let the elbows begin to travel back and the weights return to the stack. Once the elbows reach behind the torso, return your arms to the start position. 3:55 - Bent Over Cable Crossover - Return the pulleys to the very top position on the machine. Similar to our first cable crossover exercise, grab the handles and take a step forward. Your arms should be slightly bent and in front of your body, with fists together at the knuckles. The key difference while executing a Bent Over Cable Crossover is making sure that your body is bent at the hip with your back flat and parallel to the ground. From the start position, let the weights begin to return to the stack, stopping once the elbows reach behind your torso and then returning to the start. 5:24 - Cable Pullover - We’re only going to need 1 pulley this time`. Make sure the pulley is at the very top and switch out the handle for a straight bar attachment. Get into the start position by grabbing the straight bar with an overhand grip at shoulders width and take a step back, pulling your hands down to your lower thighs. Make sure your elbows and wrists are straight, knees slightly bent and your back flat with the torso at 45-degree angle bent at the waist. Begin by slowly releasing the weight, letting your arms reach as high as above the shoulder, then pulling the weight back down to the start position. Thanks for training upper body using cables with me today everyone. In the comments below, let me know what other cable workouts you guys are having trouble doing, that way I can help steer you in the right direction and help you out. Always remember...it’s never too late to have the body you deserve! Train Hard! -Toby Buttle Get Shredded Like Toby Here: http://go2.sixpackshortcuts.com/SH2ZN P.S. - If this helped you out with your cable workouts or know a friend who could use the help, make sure to like and share it here: http://youtu.be/PLnerwvi4Zo
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♥ 3 Best Exercises For Increasing Blood Flow & Circulation To Your Legs - by Dr Sam Robbins
How I quickly improved my dad’s blood flow and circulation in only 30 days - NO drugs or diets: ►► http://drsam.co/yt/BloodFlowToLegs =============================================== Dr. Sam’s 2 Minutes To Better Health - 3 Best Exercises For Increasing Blood Flow & Circulation To Your Legs =============================================== This is important for anyone who has · leg pains or cramping · varicose or “spider” veins (or prevention) · numbing and tingling in your feet This is also very important because poor blood flow and circulation is one of the primary causes of a heart attack or stroke. This is because it can lead to Hypertension and high blood pressure Hardening and narrowing of your arteries Higher cholesterol and plaque build up Blood clots in your veins 3 Best Exercises WALKING I think walking is one of the best exercises you can do and almost anyone can do it, anywhere, any time of the day and it doesn’t cost you anything. Ideally you would walk outside in fresh air if possible. Any time of the day is fine. To start, all you need is about 15 minutes, 3x weekly. Ideally you would work up to daily walks of about 30 minutes. And if you have pain or trouble walking, even 3 minutes is a good start. Try your best to walk just a little bit more every single day. REBOUNDER A rebounder is basically a mini trampoline. I like this because it is very low impact and super easy on your joints. It also helps clean your lymph nodes, which helps prevent many cancers and illnesses. Just like walking, all you need is about 15 minutes, 3x weekly… Eventually you can work up to 20-30 minutes daily. By the way, you’re not trying to jump high on it and try to touch the ceiling. You only need to go up a few inches, a light up and down motion Just enough for your toes to be off the rebounder. Body Weight Squats This last exercise is great for building and strengthening your entire lower body … From your ankles to your leg muscles and all the way to your lower back and stomach. You can simply use your own bodyweight and do sets of about 15-25 or more repetitions. Of course, if you’re first starting out, simply doing even 2-3 comfortable repetitions is a great start. Go down as far you’re comfortable and without pain. Over time, as you get stronger and more flexible, you can do more repetitions and go deeper. You should work up to 3-4 sets, of 15 or more repetitions, 3x weekly. And if you don’t have good coordination, simply hold onto a wall or something sturdy as you squat down. Click here: ►http://drsam.co/yt/BloodFlowToLegs ========================================­========================================­ Thank you for watching. Please feel free to comment, like or share with your friends. Subscribe to Dr.Sam Robbins's official Youtube channel http://drsam.co/yt/subscribe Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrSamRobbins Visit Dr.Sam Robbins's blog for more information on your health! http://www.drsamrobbins.com/ ====================================================== Thanks DrSamRobbins
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Best Ankle Rehabilitation Exercises For Those Recovering From Ankle Injury
Ankle Rehab As someone who has engaged in exercise and athletic activity for most of my life, I've put quite a few miles on my feet. I'm sure I'm not alone when saying that decades of pounding and abuse have added up to more than a few ankle injuries. The same mantra I'm given by doctors and physical therapists is 'make sure you continue to do your exercises.’ However, what normally happens is people give it a day or two, the ankle feels a bit better, so they don’t continue with their rehab. As we grow older, and the ankles don't recover as quickly as they used to, it’s important to realize now the absolute importance of actually performing those rehab exercises. Chronic discomfort and stiffness in the ankle can certainly be alleviated (nearly eliminated) by following a regular schedule of ankle strengthening activities. Not only will strength and balance return, but flexibility will also begin to improve. The crux is this: strengthening exercises for the ankle joints are not just for injury recovery. Make the exercise routine listed below a part of a regular schedule -- maybe every morning while watching the news, maybe every night before bed, maybe both! The point is to always make sure the ankles are at their strongest, their most balanced, and most flexible. Doing so will prevent most issues that lead to injury.
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The SECRET to Super Human STRENGTH | 2018
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BEST Exercises to LOSE BELLY FAT & WEIGHT at HOME FAST for men, women, teenagers, and kids in gym
These are the best exercises to lose belly fat and lose weight at home fast 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=kids Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2N2dVXz 1. 4 Step Up & Overs + 4 Mountain Climbers 2. The Mayweather Standup 3. Alternating Kneel Downs + Squat Jump 4. Sprawl & Alternating Sit Through 5. Dumbbell Weighted Burpees So you have some excess belly fat, that's cool...I can help, but I'm not gonna tell you the same bs that you've probably seen and heard a millions times. I'm not gonna tell you to lie down on the ground and start doing crunches. In fact there's not gonna be a single crunch in this whole video because crunches and abdominal exercises are not what will help you lose belly fat. Let me repeat that crunches and ab exercises will never ever ever be the best exercises for you to lose belly fat. The exercises that I show you today are going to be far better and much more effective at burning fat at a faster rate. Before we get started there's a huge myth that I want to bust especially for the beginners watching this video. It's a myth that you can target a particular area of your body for fat burning. What I mean is that there's no exercise out there that will target specifically belly fat. No such exercise in the world. There are exercises that are better at burning overall body fat, and I'll go over those exercises with you today, but your body is going to pull from fat stores from all different areas. Also unfortunately medial areas of the body like the belly, butt, upper thighs, and love handles are last spots to go. You're likely to lose fat off your face before you start losing it from your belly. Don't worry though as you burn away more and more excess body fat, you eventually start burning fat from those problem areas, and that's when you'll lose the belly fat. The point is to lose belly fat you have to concentrate on losing overall body fat..that's all you can do, and these exercises are the best body fat burning exercises that I know of. So let's get started. As always I will be going over regressions at the end, so if you're a beginner and you can't do some of the exercises don't worry there will be alternatives later. For the first exercise all we need is a platform to step up on. You're going to face the platform sideways at a ninety degree angle, and step up with the foot closest to the platform. As you come up you want to explode off of that foot and hop up & over as you switch your feet. Repeat this 4 times and then immediately hit the ground and perform 4 mountain climbers. Make sure you jump your feet far enough in on the mountain climbers, remember we want to be climbing mountains not anthills. Repeat this cycle of 4 and 4 for 10 reps. You can make this exercise far more effective by adding some dumbbells to the movement. This should definitely get that heart racing. On the next one we're gonna do a mayweather stand up. They're actually called Maywhether situps but I said no crunches, so I'm sticking to it. This exercise has fat burning benefits not because there's a situp involved, but because it's working a lot of large muscles and getting your heart rate high. You're going to get your feet under something that will hold them down and hold a weight directly above your head. Swing the weight toward your feet as you situp, bring the weight out in front of you, and stand up. Squat and sit back down to the floor to repeat the movement for at least 10 reps. Moving on to the next one we have a real leg blasting exercise. You're going to start by lunging backwards and kneeling down on one knee. Bring your other knee back so that you're kneeling on both knees. The same foot that you used to Lunge backwards steps up into a forward lunge. Stand up and bring both feet together shoulder-width apart squat down and jump up as high as you can. As soon as you land backwards lunge now with the other leg and perform the exercise on the other side. If it gets confusing and feels like too many steps you can just stick to doing one side at a time until you get the hang of it. Next we have one that looks really complicated but once you get it its a piece of cake. Try to take it Step by step and remember if you cant do it there will be regressions at the end. Start standing and perform a sprawl. Put your hands on the ground and jump out with your feet wide and elbows locked out while simultaneously dropping your hips, now raise your hips into a downward dog position...pick one hand and your opposite foot off the ground...take your foot and kick it through as you rotate your body. Bring your elbow in to your ribs, and tap your butt on the ground,
Crossfit Workout For Beginners
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Strong Legs Workout for Running - Run FASTER
#1 muscle that eliminates joint and back pain, anxiety & looking fat http://www.criticalbench.com/growth/psoas2 Here is a great leg workout to help improve your running skills. Run faster and with more power by doing this strong legs workout instructed by Strength Coach Brian Klepacki who is a competitive triathlete. Get Your FREE Bottle of BioTrust Protein Powder: http://www.criticalbench.com/growth/freeprotein The #1 Exercise to Develop a Rounder Stronger Butt https://www.criticalbench.com/growth/unlock-glutes How Actors Get Shredded - FREE report http://www.criticalbench.com/shredded/ 5 Ways to Become Tough As Nails - Free Report http://www.criticalbench.com/tough/ 7 WORST Testosterone Killers - FREE Download & Video http://www.criticalbench.com/bonus-video/ FREE Guide to Olympic Lifting - Download Today http://www.criticalbench.com/olympic/ Subscribe to Our Channel: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=criticalbench 17 White Foods for a Flat Stomach - FREE Report http://criticalbench.com/goto/17White
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10 Best Exercises to Lose Weight at Home
These are the 10 best exercises to lose weight fast at home. If your goal is to lose belly fat or to lose weight this workout is specifically for weight loss. This fat burning workout can be modified for beginners as well as advanced people to burn fat with no gym equipment 🔥 FREE 6 Week Challenge: https://gravitychallenges.com/home65d4f?utm_source=ytube&utm_term=lose Fat Loss Calculator: http://bit.ly/2wcd5w8 TIMESTAMPS: 1-Jumping Jack & Burpee Combo: 1:19 2-Mountain Climber & Sit Throughs: 2:10 3-Plyo Stepup: 2:57 4-Spiderman Pushup: 3:35 5-Plyo Lunge Into Burpee: 4:23 6-Toe Taps: 5:07 7-Commando Full Body Jack: 5:39 8-Sprinter Situps: 6:29 9-Squat Thrusts: 7:13 10-Sumo Goblet Squat Pulses: 7:43 A lot of you have been asking me about workouts and exercises that you could do in your own home while still being effective enough to get you to lose weight and body fat. So today I want to go over the 10 most effective exercises for weight loss that you could do right in your own living room. The exercises that i go over today require no equipment and the reason why theyre more effective than others is because they're going to work mulriple joints and muscle groups at the same time and theyre gonna get your heart rate and your breathing rate up way up. You can combine all of these exercises into one workout simply by using on and off intervals. The training style that I recommend for this type of workout is short intervals. 20 seconds on and then ten seconds off then repeat each exercise for 8 rounds before taking a minute break and moving on to the next. Training in a high intensity way like this will allow you to burn more calories in a shorter amount of time. Before I jump into the first one I do have to State the obvious and that's the fact that if you want to lose weight or burn fat you do have to make sure that you're keeping it clean in the kitchen as well. These arent magical exercises that was somehow counterbalance eating junk everyday. But by doing this work out a couple times a week and watching what you eat I'm sure that anyone can lose weight and body fat with these exercises. Let's start with number 1. its a combination of jumping jacks and burpees. Burpees are by far one of the most effective exercises to get your heart rate up while also working your upper and your lower body. Most people know how to do a jumping jack start standing straight up then jump your feet out and raise your arms over your head and you're going to do that 5 times. Then you would perform the burpee by bending your back and lowering yourself down to the ground. As you place your hands on the floor. Next you're going to jump your feet out and get into a push-up position lower yourself down for the push-up then hop your feet back in and jump up. If this is too advanced for you you can walk your feet out one foot at a time instead of hoping. Regardless of whether you're a beginner or advanced the sequence is five jumping jacks one Burpee 5 jumping jacks one Burpee back and forth. Next we have the mountain climber sit through drill. For this one you're going to perform 4 mountain climbers for every two sit throughs. Most people know how to do mountain climbers. These are the same mountain climbers that you've probably done in gym class. Every time that you hop one of your knees up to your chest it counts as one. So you shuffle your feet 4 times and then you do 2 sit throughs. The sit through is done by starting in a pushup postion then lifting one hand off the ground and your opposite leg off the ground. Bring your hand up to your head and kick your opposite leg through as you turn your hips and your body enough for your butt to barely tap the ground. Then return back to the pushup and repeat for the other side. Once you're done with those 2 sit throughs go right back to mountain climbers. Next is the plyo step up. This one is not only great for your footwork, balance, and coordination, but it's also a great exercise to burn a bunch of calories. All you need is a step below knee level. You can use a low chair or even the bottom stair ledge in your house. Start with one foot on the platform, put your weight on that foot & jump up as you switch your feet. Do this back & forth repeating for the full time. I know it doesn't look like much, but like I said you will be breathing heavy after doing this one for 20 seconds straight & especially after eight rounds. If you have knee problems & can't jump up & down you can just alternate stepping up side to side. Moving on to exercise number four the spider man pushup. This one does require a lot of upper body strength so if you're a beginner just stick to regular pushups or you can also do pushups on your knees if regular pushups are too hard. The key with all of these exercises is to perform the exercise in the most intense way that you can & then regress as it gets harder. So you can start by doing a couple reps of the spiderman pushups & then regress to regular pushups.
Exercises to Help With Foot Pain [Part 1 of 3]
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10 Exercises to Become Taller In One Week
You may have different reasons for dreaming of becoming taller: to feel more comfortable with your taller partner, not to lag behind your tall family, and what not. Here're several simple exercises to do at home that will help you to increase your height. Everybody knows that the height depends on many factors: environment, hormones, your genes, and nutrition. But if you've always believed that you must just grin and bear it, think twice. It's hard but not impossible to change your height even after 25. Stretched muscles receive more blood as it circulates better in the stretched limbs. What is more, oxygen moves better in the whole body. All in all, this leads to a gradual natural stretch. Cobra Pose has several additional benefits, such as decreasing the stiffness of the lower back, increasing flexibility, strengthening your shoulders and arms, and firming and toning the buttocks. A longer neck you can get as a result of Neck Stretch will give you some additional height. There have been claims that by regular practice, vibration gymnastics can even prolong your life by decades. When your heels are raised, the largest blood vessels are filled with blood due to muscle contraction. And, when the heels are dropped back down, the blood turns around and immediately starts moving toward your heart, thus reducing the strain on it. At the same time, blood gets access to all the muscles, thus, allowing them to stretch much better. Skipping makes the whole body slimmer, and with a slimmer body, you look taller. Swimming is one of the most effective exercises to gain height. The thing is that it stretches both the body and the spine. Moreover, when a person is swimming, gravitation doesn't affect them. So, when they keep moving their muscles, this stretches the body extremely well simultaneously having a great effect on the spine while it gets longer. Don't forget to breathe properly during the exercises, relaxing and avoiding the urge to tense. Music: https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/music TIMESTAMPS Hanging exercises 1:21 Downward Dog 2:30 Cobra Pose 3:51 Cat and Cow Stretch 4:43 Calves Stretch 6:06 Neck Stretch 7:25 Hip Flexor Stretch 8:46 Lifting up to your toes 10:18 Skipping 11:21 Swimming 12:05 SUMMARY -Try this antigravity exercise to stretch every muscle in your body stretches when you hang. -The Downward Dog exercise improves stretchability, which includes arms, legs, back, calves, and hamstrings. A well-stretched body is a taller body. -Cobra Pose helps to stretch all the muscles in your chest, shoulders, and abdominals. -Cat and Cow Stretch stretches your torso, back, and neck, what is more, it makes your spine alignment better. Also, it helps abdominal muscles get stronger, relieves back pain, and calms you down. -Calves Stretch will help you to lengthen your calf muscles. -Flexion (stretching the neck forward), and extension (stretching the neck backward) help to elongate the muscles in your neck. -Hip Flexor Stretch will super effectively stretch your hip flexors. To make the stretch more intense, lift your arms over your head and arch your body back. -Lifting up to your toes is popularly known as vibration gymnastics. By regular practice, it can even prolong your life by decades. -Skipping is a heart-pumping high-speed activity. When you skip, all the muscles and ligaments of your body stretch and contract. -The most fruitful swimming style is the breaststroke. When you use it while swimming, you extend your legs and arms straight, so your body is pulled in the opposite directions and well-stretched. Try to swim minimum five days a week for several hours, and you'll see noticeable results. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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FOOTLESS Workout - 1
Equipment: You'll need a chair, couch or bed, and dumbbells or bands. This is just one of the workouts I do while I recuperate from a broken foot and surgery. This isn't a beginner workout so you should know how to do basic push ups, crunches and basic dumbbell moves. Even if you're a fit workout person, *always* check with your doctor before working out injured (or otherwise). Not only do you not want to re-injure yourself, but often there are balance issues as your body works to compensate for the parts not working. But if cleared, keep moving! Keeps your body and mind tight! But, you don't need to be injured to do it! It's a great at-home workout as well!
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Advanced workout you can do with a Foot or Ankle Injury. "Hurt Foot Fitness!"
Hurt Foot Fitness Program: https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/injuryrecoverysystem Strong Body Program : https://www.hurtfootfitness.com/p/strongbody  Hurt Foot Fitness e-book: https://gum.co/HurtFootFitness DONATE: https://www.paypal.me/CarolineJordanUS GET COACHING: [email protected] SUBSCRIBE: https://www.youtube.com/c/CarolineJordan Buy Book: http://amzn.to/2kLQZtA Blog: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness Twitter: https://twitter.com/carolinefitness Instagram: @carolinejordanfitness http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ If you liked this video, please support the channel by hitting "LIKE" and the "SUBSCRIBE" button. Your support helps fuel future content and a more powerful impact in the health of the planet. Hi Friends! Join me for one of my hardest "hurt foot workout" videos on Youtube! This video works your entire body without putting any pressure on your foot and ankles. Is non-weight bearing and works all of your muscles while getting your heart rate up and helping you break a sweat! Having a foot or ankle injury is challenging in every way. But don't worry, Im here to help you stay positive and fit as you recover. I’ve been there and know how hard injury can be, but I believe in you and know you can heal quickly by being smart, staying positive, and finding your strong. Ready to get started? Press play and join me! I have put together an online series of body weight workout routines with exercises that are safe to do while recovering from a foot or ankle injury. You can mix and match the workout videos into your weekly fitness schedule to maintain muscle mass and stay in shape while recovering from an injury. For more Hurt Foot Workout Videos, Check out this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDh6UAgf3aBEYmUo_u7Ooo-vKuC4O1i6G BONUS if you want to boost your mood, connect to other hurt foot YouTube subscribers by posting on the Hurt Foot workout video comment walls and making friends who can empathize with what you are going through. It’s a great way to find a community of positive people to relate to and help you through this tough time. Strength training is one of the safest and most effective ways you can exercise with a foot or lower leg injury. Getting creative in with non weight bearing strength workouts is fun and challenging! I hope this video served you in feeling your very best. Let me know how you feel in the comments below! If this video helped you, please, HIT LIKE, SUBSCRIBE to my channel, and share this video with your friends! More great content headed your way to help you get healthy and live happy! ALWAYS check with your doctor before starting this or any exercise routine. If you need more help building a balanced body, my book, Balanced Body Breakthrough, has a lot of exercises that will help you: http://amzn.to/2kLQZtA For more feel good fitness inside and out, check out my website: http://www.carolinejordanfitness.com/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/#!/carolinefitness Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/carolinejordanfitness
Views: 79682 Caroline Jordan
3-Minute Workout Before Sleep to Slim Down Your Legs
Try a quick set of simple exercises that will take you no more than 3 minutes. You can do this workout from the comfort of your own bed or couch! The short set we’re about to share with you was developed by famous American celebrity coach Tracy Anderson. It helps to eliminate “fat deposits” on the knees and hips that can appear even in slim people. We’ll work out the front, back, and inner parts of your thighs. That’s right, kiss those thunder thighs goodbye! You can do this work-out from the comfort of your own bed or couch, and did we mention it takes only 3 minutes! TIMESTAMPS Toning the front of the thighs 1:21 Toning the back part of the thighs 2:43 Toning the inner part of the thighs 5:08 3 simple rules 7:27 SUMMARY Exercise #1. This exercise works and tones not only your quads but also your knees and abs. Don't forget to keep your knees together and your thigh muscles tensed! Are you feeling the burn? That's a good sign! Exercise #2. This complex exercise works and tones the front and back part of the thighs, knees, and abs. If you're feeling the tension in your hamstrings and a slight burning as well, you're doing everything just fine. Exercise #3. This exercise is incredible for working and toning your upper legs, buttocks, and abs. Make sure that your legs are always flexed and pressed against each other during the exercise. You should feel the pressure in your legs to know that you're giving the muscles a good workout. Subscribe to Bright Side : https://goo.gl/rQTJZz ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/brightside/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/brightgram/ SMART Youtube: https://goo.gl/JTfP6L 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: https://www.goo.gl/8JVmuC Have you ever seen a talking slime? Here he is – Slick Slime Sam: https://goo.gl/zarVZo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.brightside.me/
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Build STRONGER CALVES/Lower Leg Muscles - Workout Routine
Calves Workout with Exercises to improve and get stronger calf muscles/lower legs. No specific gym equipment or machines needed for this workout. Bent leg and straight leg variations, both or single leg, with or without additional resistance, as well as training the front of the lower leg for balance and completeness. Calf workout that works outdoors or at gym (and even at home possibly). Complete Workout Routine (see also the end of the Video for Example Routines). Exercises: Standing Calf Raises, Seated/Bent Knee Calf Raises, Donkey Calf Raises, Reverse Calf Raises, Calf Hops. The royalty free music used in this video is "Street Sweeperz" by Teknoaxe is licenced under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Music: Teknoaxe (http://www.teknoaxe.com) Title: Street Sweeperz Track info: http://teknoaxe.com/Link_Code_2.php?q=700 See workouts for all muscle groups on the channel. Thank you for the support, sharing and subscribing. Visit the homepage for more updates. Kris Karlsson http://www.facebook.com/cwtraining
Standing Ab Workout (TORCH YOUR ABS - STANDING!)
Train your abs on every exercise you do with this workout… http://athleanx.com/x/get-insane-abs-while-building-muscle Ab workouts are usually performed either on the floor, on a bench or hanging from a bar. However, if you really want to get a ripped six pack you need to add a standing ab workout to your arsenal. In this video, I show you a complete abs workout you can do while standing on your feet. Ground based training are a staple of athletic workouts. Athletes know that the minute you stand on your feet you start working muscles that prefer to work together, as they prefer to work together…as one kinetic chain. When you generate force in your feet, it transfers up that chain through your abs and to your upper extremities. No movement is possible without first being transferred either directly or via the stability of the abdominals. We can take advantage of this fact by putting together a standing ab workout and including only ab exercises that are performed on your feet. In this workout I include the following: Standing Russian Twists Oak Tree Stepouts Standing Tubing Twists Leaning Towers (Standing Side Planks) Reverse Woodchoppers Slingshot Knee Drives In one complete ab circuit, without resting, you can prove to yourself just how effective standing ab workouts can be in lighting up your abs. See if you can get through the entire workout without taking a single second rest. Sure, you may have to work up to this but keep in mind you will get a few brief seconds during your transition from one exercise to the other. The key point is, regardless of how many times you need to rest (as you may be very new to standing ab workouts) just be sure to do this. Incorporating standing ab exercises into your ab workouts is key if you want to see the most complete, transferrable development of your abdominals. Relying on traditional floor and hanging bar workouts is simply not enough, not if you want to sculpt a truly impressive and strong set of abs. For a complete workout program that puts the core at the core of every exercise, be sure to head to http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. See what top pro athletes are using to not only get ripped but become more athletic than ever. For more ab workout videos and ab exercises you can do either home or at the gym, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
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