This nine-move leg and glute workout can be done anywhere. While your legs and glutes contain the biggest muscle groups in the body, you don’t have to go to a gym and lift massive weights in order to give them a good workout.
Hold… HOLD! When someone performs an isometric exercise in a busy gym it looks very out of place – an island of stillness in a sea of people powering through HIIT sessions or chucking heavy weights around…
Think ten minutes isn’t long enough to work up a sweat? Think again! EMOM stands for “every minute on the minute” and it’s a workout format that offers a challenge for all levels of exerciser. You’ll find it used as a finisher for many a fitness class and employed in CrossFit boxes worldwide.
The Good Morning exercise is a foundational drill that involves hinging at the hips while keeping your spine neutral. This exercise works your posterior chain and prepares your body for explosive sandbag and kettlebell drills.