Introductory Strength Training

By Cary Raffle | MS Exercise Science & Health Promotion | Certified Personal Trainer | Certified Orthopedic Exercise Specialist | trainercary.com | 917-603-3813 Check with your doctor before beginning a new exercise program | Exercises are appropriate for most people, but it is best to meet with a qualified trainer for selection and instruction

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1. Lie on your side with your head resting on your bottom arm, legs straight, and top leg slightly behind your bottom leg. 2. Keeping it straight, lift your top leg up in the air and slightly back. ...
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REVERSE FLY = MACHINE
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Use a stretching table to start if the bench is too difficult - if it is too easy do floor pushups 1. Start in the classic push-up position with your hands on a bench. 2. Bend your arms to lower you...
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V-Bar is preferred, if not available use a rope.
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1. Stand with your feet shoulder width-apart holding dumbbells in each hand at your side. 2. Keeping your elbows at your sides, curl the bar up to your shoulders. 3. Lower the weight back down to the...
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Created By CARY RAFFLE

Exercise Physiologist, Personal Trainer

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