And there is no doubt that you would receive 10 different answers if you were to ask 10 different Personal Trainers the following question, “What are the top exercises that you recommend to help me get better?”
But the truth of the matter is that the correct answer to that question is that the best exercises that you should be doing are the ones that you will consistently do and although that sounds cliché, it is absolutely the truth.
However, and even though the list can vary depending on who you’re asking, there are a few exercises that you will commonly see on almost any Personal Trainers list as “GO TO” moves to help you to get stronger, get leaner, tone up, and just overall feel better and luckily for you, we are going to share those exercises with you right now to help you make 2019 absolutely incredible via taking your health & fitness to another level.
The exercises that we are about to share with you in the workout program below allows you to utilize the 2 best pieces of equipment ever created: Your Total Gym Fit and Your BODY!
The 2 pieces of equipment were just mentioned are favorites among some of the fittest people in the world because they both allow you to eliminate excuses, push yourself in your workouts, allows you to beat boredom, and also allows you to save space with your workouts.
Now instead of just talking about it, let’s get to work.
Try the following fitness program that is designed for all fitness levels for 3 days per week for the next 6 weeks straight while also being mindful about what you’re eating and watch how fast your body, your mind, and quality of life can change for the better. No matter if you are a beginner or are an avid athlete, this program will help you to get better and will push you physically and mentally.
So, without further ado, here is your fitness program for the 6 next weeks with our go-to moves of the 5 Exercises That Everyone Should Be Doing:
Total Gym Fit Chest Press:
Sit up straight with good posture facing away from the Total Gym Fit. Grab onto the handles and push out directly in front of you to complete your first rep, then you repeat the exercise to complete the set. Now repeat that motion to complete the 1st set. Remember to press out fast but to come back in slowly to control the movements and maximize the muscle contractions.
Repeat this sequence to complete the first rep and then you repeat the exercise to complete the set. (3 Sets of 15 reps)
Total Gym Fit Upright Back Rows:
Sit up straight with good posture facing the Total Gym Fit. Grab onto the handles and begin to pull them towards your body with the goal of getting your hands lined up with your chest, then come back out to complete the rep. Now repeat that motion to complete the 1st set. Remember to pull in towards your body fast but to go out slowly to control the movements and maximize the muscle contractions. Repeat this sequence to complete the first rep and then you repeat the exercise to complete the set. (3 Sets of 15 reps)
Total Gym Fit Curls:
Sit up straight with good posture facing the Total Gym Fit. Grab onto the handles with a closed fist and begin to curl your hands up with the goal of getting your hands lifted up all the way to your chest. Curl up fast, then come back down to the starting position slowly to complete the rep. Repeat this sequence to complete the first rep and then you repeat the exercise to complete the set. (3 Sets of 15 reps)
Dumbbell Step Ups:
Stand up straight while holding a dumbbell in each hand (palms facing the side of your legs). Place the right foot on the elevated platform. Step on the platform by extending the hip and the knee of your right leg. Use the heel mainly to lift the rest of your body up and place the foot of the left leg on the platform as well. Breathe out as you come up. Step down by flexing the hip and knee of the other leg as you inhale. Return to the original standing position to complete the repetition. (3 Sets of 10 Reps on each leg)
Calve Raises (in place):
Rest your hands against a wall or a sturdy object for balance. Raise your heels a few inches above the edge of the step so that you’re on your tiptoes. Hold the position for a moment, and then lower your heels below the platform, feeling a stretch in your calf muscles. (3 Sets of 25 Reps)
So, there you have it, not too bad, right? You can do it!
You can stick with this routine easily over the next 6 weeks because YOU’RE ABSOLUTELY WORTH it and you are committed to prioritizing your health in 2019.
Good luck on your fitness journey and please keep us posted on your results in 6 weeks….and beyond!