Minimalistic Dumbbell Workout

October 25, 2019

 

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MINIMALISTIC DUMBBELL WORKOUT. This works the entire body using only 1 dumbbell and 2 exercises. It’s simple and effective. The key is to challenge yourself while making sure your form on each movement is smooth and correct. I promise you…long workouts are not needed. Most adults are busy. The number one excuse for not exercising is a lack of time. There is no excuse why you can’t do this (or something very similar if modified for an injury or limitation). Make it all matter. Aim for 5-12 reps on both exercises, done for 2-5 rounds, 1-3 times each week. Don’t be scared to challenge yourself. #minimalisticworkout #1dumbbellworkout #austinpersonaltrainer #austinpersonaltraining #austinfitness #austintexas #blueskystrongbox

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New Weekly Tipz! This week i want to try and simplify exercise or how you may look at it. When you see a “new” or an “old” exercise, you must learn to see what the body is actually doing, NOT what equipment is being used or anything else ab out it. There is nothing that special about any equipment or mode of training. It’s all about what the body is doing and how it is moving. Pay close attention to that, and in time you will see that most exercises fit into just a few categories. Today i will show you some simple examples…

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ew Video! THis week i talk briefly on the importance of balance, particularly when it comes to exercise selection. For every “pushing” exercise we should also do a “pulling” exercise to work the opposing muscles. Most people “push” way too much…(ex: Bench Press, Pushups, Shoulder Press, Incline Press, Shoulder Raises, etc.) We need to also pull…(EX: Pullups or Chinups, Rowing, Deadlifts, Lat Pulldowns, etc)!

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2. BSSB eXercises – "Single Arm DB Press on Stability Ball"

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