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How to break free from The Comparison Trap.
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What the comparison trap is, and how to break free.
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Tips to avoiding the sticky -- and tricky -- comparison trap.
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Your eight-step plan to being healthy over the holidays!
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Provided by Bob Choat
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91-year-old Sy Perlis breaks bench press world record...
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Bodyweight fitness
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The Push-up is a very basic and effective upper body workout. It strengthens your chest, shoulders, triceps, back and core. However, many people do it incorrectly, which can lead to either injury or render it ineffective. This video will show you how to do push-ups the proper way. It will also show you how to modify the push-ups if you are not strong enough to do them the right way. BONUS: how to do Military Push-ups.
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The Squat is a very effective lower body exercise. It works your glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps, calves... pretty much the whole leg. Squats can be done with or without weights. The most important part: doing them the right way. Many people do them wrong and injure their knees. This video will show you how to avoid that risk and strengthen your legs.
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The Lunge is another great, basic, and effective leg workout. It can be done with or without weights. You have to make sure your legs stay at 90 degrees. Your knees should not go over your toes.
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In most of my workouts, especially the cardio/HIIT/Plyometrics ones, there will be some jumping. It might be high jump, lateral jumps, power jumps, etc. but the important thing is to land the right way. Essentially, when you jump and come back down, do these 2 things: 1. Land Toe-Ball-Heel 2. Go down with the flow You don't want to land and stiffen your legs. You want to god down and bend them a bit. Otherwise, you might get injured. This video shows you the correct way to jump.
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