This 30-minute straight forward high energy cardio workout fuses together progressive athletic drills with recoveries. This program will help you raise the bar on your fitness level and will leave you feeling energized and healthy.
This week, Amy Dixon explains the important things to know when using kettlebells. Work with your hips and work with your entire body and most importantly, get ready to have one of the best workouts of your life.
Join Amy Dixon in this fun and athletic total body workout that incorporates five different cardio interval drills followed by one integrated strength training exercise. This program utilizes two sets of hand weights a mat and finishes off with strong core work on the floor and a stretch.
This week, Amy Dixon reminds us that anytime we jump it is really important to know how to land. She shows us a couple of techniques to really prevent any sort of injury and focus on safety when it comes to jumping.
Amy Dixon demonstrates the Squat Thrust Progression. This is a great total body, metabolic exercise that will really drive the heart rate up. With any exercise you want to start with the most regressed version. Start with the basic squat. To add the full squat thrust, you want to reach down, bring your hands to floor and jump back with a little bend in the elbows and then jump back up to a standing position.
Amy Dixon and Jeffrey Scott show us how to do the Russian Twist. This is a fantastic cardiovascular standing core exercise that will really shape and define the midsection. Bring your legs wider than hip distance apart and start with a pivot, lift your heels from side to side and twist your hips.