A reader pointed out to me today that I have no official leg workout for beginners! And that’s unacceptable! So here’s one just for you beginners.
Perfect Port de Bras is a 15-minute, no-impact workout that works your arms, chest, and back for sleek, supportive arms during dance (though it’s fine for non-dancers as well!). All you need is a little space and a resistance band or two, though you could make it work using a pair of dumbbells as well.
Sorry for the low quality; people asked for the video no matter the quality. I’d like to make a high-quality video of this workout once I have the means.
Right when i was thinking about how out of shape my arms had become (I used to have biceps! the hell?) this video came up. I could do it all, so I’d say it’s for beginners, but it provides a really good upper arm workout while also teaching you a thing or two about ballet.
If you are not a ballerina (which I am not) this may hurt (ow).
Also note that you need at least one resistance band. Or dumbbells
I am a) glad you liked it and b) sorry you’re in pain.
Remember that you can place your hands wider on your band to make movements easier.
A full workout where you never have to stand up!
Find a set of stairs and try this staircase circuit workout to strengthen your heart, build muscle and torch fat!
People have asked me to do kettlebell workouts before, but until now, I’d never had a chance to try them out! Well, my new gym has a full set of kettlebells, so I experimented the other day.
Here’s a beginner workout using only one kettlebell! As you get used to the kettlebell and you get stronger, try to repeat the workout.
Tribesports is having an amazing combination challenge/giveaway!
Everyone who takes the Power Legs Challenge between June 12th and June 18th is entered to win one of twelve prize packages, including Puma shoes, Tribesports shirts, and more!