Last week I posted a video of a Kettlebell Complex, or series of exercise sets performed sequentially. Today is part 2 of our Kettlebell series, featuring a compound movement, or a series of individual movements performed sequentially. Compound movements can be incorporated with any exercise implement, such as dumbbells, medicine balls, barbells, or even with … Continue reading Kettlebell Compound Exercise (Video)
We’ve been doing a series of exercise videos that you can utilize at home, and I recently received a request for some kettlebell ideas. The kettlebell is a wonderful piece of free-weight equipment that has been around for a very long time, but has seen a resurgence of popularity in gyms and home gyms over … Continue reading Kettlebell Complex (Video)
No gym? No problem. Neal Andrews, MS, CSCS leads you through an exercise sequence at home using dumbbells. If you don't have a pair of dumbbells at the house, grab a pair of heavy cans from the pantry, or other household item that can be used as a weight. Most movements in the video are … Continue reading Dumbbell Exercise Sequence (Video)
No gym? No problem. Neal Andrews, MS, CSCS leads you through an exercise sequence at home using all body weight exercises. Most movements in the video are performed for 10 reps. Suggested rep ranges are 10-20 reps. Or use a timer to perform each exercise from 20-40 seconds. For more exercise volume, repeat sequence 1-3 … Continue reading Body Weight Exercise Sequence (Video)
Here's the first in a series of exercise video sequences for you to try at home. In this video, Neal goes through a dynamic warm-up emphasizing mobility. This sequence can be used anytime as a work break to loosen up, or as a fantastic warm-up prep for movement or an exercise session. Once you learn … Continue reading Mobility Warm-Up (Video)
With everything in our world consumed with coronavirus news, we thought you could use a feel-good story from one of our MUS employees. Also, our planned Wellness theme for 2020 (before COVID-19 hit), was healthy aging, and the following story is a wonderful example of how to make your health a priority, lifestyle, and long-term … Continue reading Take a Walk with Trudy
That is the question---during two key times---when you're sick, and when you're dealing with a minor injury. Being that it's February, the flu has run rampant through many parts of Montana, and that I just had to deal with this question personally, today I'm going to focus on the question dealing with sickness: "When should … Continue reading To Train, or not to Train?
We're 50 days into the New Year/New Decade. It's always easy at this point of the year, after a fresh start, to bog down, to lose momentum, and slip back into old familiar habits. February can be tough: the weather is unpredictable, illness threatens to run rampant at our places of work and in our … Continue reading In the Groove
It's back to school for many of our MUS locations this week, so we just wanted to say welcome back, and share some wellness related reminders to keep on your radar as you get back into the routine of an exciting new semester. Fitness The beginning of school in the fall is often like a … Continue reading Welcome Back!