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Simply speaking, chest muscles are used to push objects away from us Back muscles pull objects towards us. Exercises around these muscle groups are opposite in nature, as one works concentrically and one eccentrically to either shorten against a load or allow for more length to control the joint.
In this workout, experience complementary exercises that allow you to move from one exercise to the next without much of a rest. We will work each combination twice, using a combination of elastic resistance and dumbbells. The stability ball will be use in one of the combinations to incline the body.
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This FIS Focus Video is targeted to the legs. We begin with a rhythmic warm-up to address range of motion and energy levels. Next, enjoy some complex lower body exercises using dumbbells. The Yoga blocks will change a lot of the mechanics of these exercises to alter joint forces and muscle inv...
This FIS Muscle Focus workout targets the Pectoral Muscles. This session begins by connecting breath with movement to engage muscles of the trunk and spine as a warm-up. As you begin to observe your range of motion, you will see what areas of your body need attention.