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Personal Training; Easy Ways to Improve Your Stability and Strength

Personal Training – Building Strength & Stability; is an exercise plan to strengthen the supporting muscles in your back and shoulders in just a few minutes

Perform each exercise twice before moving on to the next exercise. Be sure to rest for 60-80 seconds between each exercise. This is a great exercise plan for those who are routinely left carrying their work colleges or family!

Seated Row

Choose your preferred Rowing machine (You can use a stationary rower if desired). Hold the bar with your arms almost straight, and lean very slightly backwards, while keeping your back straight and your legs slightly bent.

First draw your shoulder blades back, then, bend your arms and row. Keep the bar at waist level do not raise. Perform this exercise for a few minutes or perform the movement 8-15 times with a comfortable weight. You can always add extra resistance if needed.

machine (You can use a stationary rower if desired). Hold the bar with your arms almost straight, and lean very slightly backwards, while keeping your back straight and your legs slightly bent.

First draw your shoulder blades back, then, bend your arms and row. Keep the bar at waist level do not raise. Perform this exercise for a few minutes or perform the movement 8-15 times with a comfortable weight. You can always add extra resistance if needed.

Javorek Complex

Stand with your feet shoulder width apart with some light dumbbells. Arms down by your side. Raise your arms forward until they are in a straight line in front of you, gripping the weights vertically. Perform this movement 5 times.

Now raise your arms out to your sides until parallel with the floor. The dumbbells should be horizontal. Perform this movement 5 times.

With a bend in your knee, bend forwards keeping your back straight, and raise your arms out to your sides as in the last movement. Squeeze your shoulder blades. Perform this movement 5 times.

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