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Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats

Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats - Exercise Library Sets: 1-3 Reps: 8-12 Rest: 1-2mins Exercise Description: - Keeping one foot on a bench whilst having the other foot infront of you. - Keeping your chest tall and eyes forward, bend the front knee. - Don’t allow your body to lean forward on the front knee whilst you bend the front knee. - Either have your hands across your chest or on your hips. - Go as far down as you can and then raise yourself back up. - Once you complete 8-12 reps on one side, change the legs and then repeat the movements. Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats Video - Our YouTube Channel For more exercise variations and other great exercises, visit our Exercise Experts | Fitness Library page. For more information about Moonee Valley Health and Fitness please come into our Personal Training Studio and Melbourne Exercise Physiology Clinic or call our team on (03) 9996 0790. We are a personal training studio and Exercise Physiology Clinic located near Essendon and Ascot Vale, at 378 Mt Alexander Road, Travancore VIC 3032. We provide all your health and fitness needs, including one on one personal training, group fitness and boot camps as well as exercise physiology. Personal Training and Exercise Physiology in Melbourne, VIC Moonee Valley Health and Fitness 378 Mt Alexander Road, Travancore, 3032 VIC Ph. (03)9996-0790 https://www.mvfit.com.au Disclaimer: Make sure to contact Registered Exercise Professionals with Fitness Australia or Physical Activity Australia or book an appointment with our Accredited Exercise Physiologist to provide you with instructions on correct form for all exercises.

DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats

DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats - Exercise Library DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat (RFESS) Reps: 8-12 Rest: 1-2mins Exercise Description: - Keeping one foot on a bench whilst having the other foot in front of you. - Hold DB's in each hand - Keeping your chest tall and eyes forward, bend the front knee. - Don’t allow your body to lean forward on the front knee whilst you bend the front knee. - Either have your hands across your chest or on your hips. - Go as far down as you can and then raise yourself back up. Once you complete 8-12 reps on one side, change the legs and then repeat the movements. DB Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats Video - Our YouTube Channel For more exercise variations and other great exercises, visit our Exercise Experts | Fitness Library page. For more information about Moonee Valley Health and Fitness please come into our Personal Training Studio and Melbourne Exercise Physiology Clinic or call our team on (03) 9996 0790. We are a personal training studio and Exercise Physiology Clinic located near Essendon and Ascot Vale, at 378 Mt Alexander Road, Travancore VIC 3032. We provide all your health and fitness needs, including one on one personal training, group fitness and boot camps as well as exercise physiology. Personal Training and Exercise Physiology in Melbourne, VIC Moonee Valley Health and Fitness 378 Mt Alexander Road, Travancore, 3032 VIC Ph. (03)9996-0790 https://www.mvfit.com.au Disclaimer: Make sure to contact Registered Exercise Professionals with Fitness Australia or Physical Activity Australia or book an appointment with our Accredited Exercise Physiologist to provide you with instructions on correct form for all exercises.

Rear foot elevated split squats with a reach

Rear foot elevated split squats with a reach - Exercise Library • This is a variation of the elevated split squat. • Stand with your feet shoulder width apart and place one foot up on a bench behind you. • Have your other leg out a bit further than you normally would for a stationary lunge. • Extend your arms overhead and try to keep your trunk upright • Contract your glutes (your ass muscles), keep your abs braced and your spine in a neutral position. • Lower your body until your front thigh is parallel to the ground • Once your back knee is a few centermeters from the ground, push through your front foot and return back to the upright position. • Stay in a split squat stance and repeat the required number of repetitions on the one leg before changing to the other leg and repeat. Disclaimer: Make sure to contact a Registered Exercise Professional with Fitness Australia or Physical Activity Australia or an Accredited Exercise Physiologist with ESSA to provide you with instructions on correct form for all exercises. Rear foot elevated split squats with a reach Video - Exercise Video Library For more exercise variations and other great exercises, visit the ‘MV Fitness Exercise Library page or check out or Exercise Video Library. For more information on Moonee Valley Health & Fitness please come into our Personal Training Ascot Vale Studio or call our team on (03) 9996 0790. We are a personal training studio near Essendon and Ascot Vale, located at 378 Mt Alexander Road, Travancore 3032 VIC offering one on one personal training, private group training, boot camps and corporate fitness and wellness programs. Personal Training in Ascot [...]