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Tone Your Arms With Only 2 Exercise Moves | Fitness Tips | NewBeauty Body

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If you’re looking for quick and easy arm exercises to tone the flab on the back of your arms, or what we call “chicken wings,” then we have a solution for you. We caught up with celebrity trainer Andrea Orbeck, who works with Heidi Klum and a handful of Victoria’s Secret models, to find out how she keeps the arms on her client’s looking tight and toned in just two moves. You might be surprised by just how easy her suggestions are, and just how little time you have to spend doing them. Watch the video to find out!

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5 Exercises for HUGE Shoulder Gains

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Supersize Your Gains:

Yo! What’s up guys!

It’s Mike Chang with Six Pack Shortcuts and today I’m going to be showing you 5 exercises that you can do at home to get some big ass shoulders! All you need is pair of dumbbells. It’s routines like this that will maximize your gains and get you the crazy ripped body of your dreams with long-term results.

0:15 Key thing to remember when working shoulders:
– You need to work them from all 3 angles:
1) Front Delts
2) Side Delts
3) Rear Delts

** If you’re not hitting all 3 parts, then you’re going to have an obvious imbalance in your shoulders that will both affect your strength and be noticeable to others.

0:54 It’s important that when you’re doing your workouts that you know what areas you’re working — It’s all about feeling your muscles during your workouts, or having “muscle connection”.

Workout Breakdown:

5 Exercises / 10 Reps Each – 20 Push Ups / 5 Rounds / Minimal Rest – 15 to 20 seconds

1) 10 Side Laterals:
– Works the side
2) 10 Hammer Front Raises:
– Works the front
3) 10 Bent Over Laterals:
– Works the rear
4) 10 Front Raises (to ceiling):
– Works the front and rear
5) 20 Push Ups:
– Works the front, even though it’s mainly for your chest

2:53 I’m going to go through 1 full round to show you the correct form for each movement and where you should be feeling it.
– This way you can do this at your own pace and get the other 4 rounds done on your own.

** Tips to remember:
– Start with a weight that you can do about 12 reps with while maintaining good form.
– As you move through this routine, it will get tougher!

3:21 If you’re able to do 3 rounds with the full 10 reps but in the 4th are struggling and can only get 8 or so in… that’s ok.
– DON’T decrease your weight!
– Even if you’re fatiguing near the end of your workout, you need to maintain a moderate weight — This is when it counts the most so you can put good SIZE on those shoulders.

Let’s Do This!

Proper Form Breakdown:

3:55 1) Side Laterals:
– Sit on the edge of the seat with your feet and knees together.
– When doing the full range of motion, your hands will go down together under your thighs.
– Start slightly bent over with your dumbbells together under your thighs.
– Bring both arms out to your sides, not going higher than parallel to the floor, then back down to touch them together again.
– As you raise up rotate your dumbbells so that the outside of your fists point towards the ceiling.
– You can slightly bend your elbows here if you need to.

5:57 2) Hammer Front Raises:
– Start in the same position as above, you still need room for a full range of motion.
6:43 It’s very important not to swing your arms on this one… Think “Robot”.
– Start with your arms by your sides.
– Bring the dumbbells straight up in front of you until your arms are parallel to the floor (think almost “touchdown” signal) then back down.
– Pause at the top for a brief second to ensure that you don’t start swinging through this.

7:41 3) Bent Over Laterals:
– This move is very similar to the Side Laterals, except with this one you are fully bent over.
– So again, start in the same seated position but bend at the waist to your chest is at your knees.
– When you bend over you want to let your arms hang down, shoulders forward, really loosening those traps and stretch out as far as you can to each side.
** You do this to ensure that you are working those rear delts and not letting your back do all the work.
11:45 Rest for 30 seconds if you need to at the end of the round, but remember to keep rest time to a minimum.

Hope you enjoyed this demo, if you do this routine then you’ll look GREAT in whatever shirt you decide to wear (or don’t wear) because you’ll have those nice, big, bowling-ball shoulders which gives you that powerful “V” shape that we all strive for.

Check out how to get Maximum Muscle in Minimum Time:

Does it work?

Well if any of you don’t know, I’m not one of those guys who has been gifted with superior genetics and I haven’t been in shape my whole live. I thought that I was doing everything the right way but just wasn’t getting the gains I expected. Then suddenly, I was able to transform my entire body when I discovered this “1 unique training tip”. Now I have the powerful, muscular body of my dreams and have the knowledge to keep it that way.

Check out this “tip” – You’ll be so pumped at the results!

Train hard,
-Mike

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Flow Movement by Marlo Fisken: Traveling Squat Flow No. 1 (Fitness / Exercise)

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My Halloween gift to you, the Traveling Squat Flow No. 1. So fun it’s terrifying. Flow Movement® is an exercise and apparel brand created by fitness/dance expert Marlo Fisken.

When movement, awareness and rhythm merge, you enter a state of flow. In flow, you surpass goals, refresh your mindstate, and become your own inspiration.

The Flow Movement® brand was developed by dance / fitness expert Marlo Fisken. Inspired by yoga, athletic conditioning, acrobatics and a lifetime of dance, the movements are born out of a desire to combine these forms into something fresh, balanced, and diverse.

Flow Movement® exercises range from subtle, awareness building floor sequences to complex conditioning and acrobatic drills. Every exercise is an opportunity to immerse yourself in the challenge of fluidity.

For more information about the creator of Flow Movement®, Marlo Fisken, please see

Filmed at Body & Pole NYC
Music by Clubroot, “Embryo”
Catsuit by Black Milk Clothing
Please consult a physician before beginning any new fitness program. I am not responsible for any flow related injuries. Follow at your own risk.

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Wall walk fitness exercise variations on MoveStrong

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The Kick plate feature on the MoveStrong Functional Training Station provides a dedicated reinforced steel wall to perform many Bodyweight exercises including feet placed on the kick plate for inverted walk-ups, climbing, planks, pikes, and more.

Learn more about our specialized functional training equipment that is customizable for your facility and training needs at www.MoveStrongFit.com

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Barre Fitness | Total Body Xpress Workout

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Our Total Body Xpress routine will tighten and tone your body from head to toe in 10 min! Combining all of the principles of a Barre Fitness workout without the barre, is an easy, efficient way to build muscle, while still enjoying the Barre burn. This routine requires a set of light free weights and a smile on your face!

3 Barre Fitness Total Body Xpress Workout Tips:

1. AMP IT UP! Repeat the workout 2-3 times for maximum benefit.

2. When doing PULSES keep the movement as SMALL as possible and keep your muscles engaged. Avoid using momentum, which takes away the effectiveness of each exercise and can put extra pressure on your joints.

3. MODIFY! Listen to your body. Choose the movements that feel good for your body and work your way up.

* Remember to maintain your BARRE POSTURE throughout your workout – LEARN MORE HERE

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