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Yoga Fitness Plan - Build a strong, lean and toned body to get after all of your favorite summer adventures with this quick, but potent total-body workout. Body Ever!…Without crunches, cardio, or ever setting foot in a gym! Volleyball Training, Trx Training, Training Fitness, Sport Fitness, Muscle Training, Weight Training, Fitness Workouts, Fitness Del Yoga, At Home Workouts

Strong Summer Body: Summer Salutation Program Week Two

Build a strong, lean and toned body to get after all of your favorite summer adventures with this quick, but potent total-body workout.

How to make a crossfit box. I know this is a Crossfit box, look at the blood on it! Crossfit At Home, Crossfit Box, At Home Gym, Crossfit Women, Box Jumps, Garage Gym, Basement Gym, No Equipment Workout, Crossfit Equipment

B.Y.O.B.

Build. Your. Own. Box. We'll make this short and sweet because I never seem to be able to do anything that way. Plus you're probably tired of hearing me rant every other day. So here it is. A 20" x 24" x 30" box to do your box jumps for your at home WODs! Supplies 1 sheet 3/4" plywood Wood glue Nails or wood screws Hammer or drill Go to Home Depot and get your piece of plywood. Have the lumber man cut 2 pieces into 20"x30", 2 pieces into 22.5"x30", and 2 more pieces into 18.5"x22.5". Make…

Trinity Training Group: DIY Gear: Dip Station (inspiration for a DIY barre) Homemade Gym Equipment, Diy Gym Equipment, No Equipment Workout, Fitness Equipment, Home Made Gym, Diy Home Gym, Garage Gym, Dip Station, Dip Bar

DIY Gear: Dip Station

Here is a homemade dip station. Soup testifies that all is sturdy and ready for rigorous use! All is made from 2" Schedule 40 PVC piping and fittings, for about $40. That's all! Below are the materials: 30ft of pipe (6x 60" pieces) 8x elbows 6x Ts primer and cement Dimensions: Keep in mind that Soup is what we call a Little Guy, so taller folks might have to lengthen the uprights. His top bars (the ones you grip) are at about elbow height for him. Base is made with 2@24", 2@17", and 4@3"…

Each visual workout guide has recommended reps for all fitness levels, challenge yourself to get to a personal best. Homemade Gym Equipment, Crossfit Equipment, Crossfit Gym, Home Gym Equipment, No Equipment Workout, Training Equipment, Diy Sandbags, Backyard Gym, Patio

Sandbags: Unconventional Tools for Functional Strength

Not every athlete has the luxury of having a professional coach train them multiple times a week. Location, cost, work... View Article

Equipment Explained: Toning Bars Toning Bars I want some at home!Toning Bars I want some at home! Homemade Workout Equipment, Home Workout Equipment, Fitness Equipment, Fun Workouts, At Home Workouts, Chest Workout Routine, Home Gym Machine, Dream Gym, Indoor Trampoline

Gym Equipment Explained: Toning Bars

Have you noticed the long bars with colorful ends tucked into the corner of your gym somewhere? Ever wonder what the heck they are or how in the world you use

Total-Body Bar Workouts Get the best workout with a body bar Gym Workouts Women, Lower Ab Workouts, Fit Board Workouts, Fun Workouts, Workout Routines, Fitness Workouts, Weight Bar Exercises, Arm Exercises, Bar Workout

Warrior Lift

Hold the bar overhead with hands shoulder-width apart, palms facing forward. Then step into a wide lunge (right knee bent, left leg straight, and left foot turned out). Lower the bar while straightening your right leg, and then lift your left leg straight behind you while you simultaneously lift the bar in front of you. Return to the lunge stance and do five reps per side.

GUEST POST: Strength coach and trainer Jordan Syatt explains how people from powerlifters to pickup basketball players can train for speed, explosiveness, and strength, all with the same program. Pickup Basketball, Rockets Basketball, Basketball Tricks, Basketball Workouts, Basketball Uniforms, Basketball Hoop, Basketball Players, Muscle Diet, Help Me Lose Weight

How to Lift Smarter: An Intro to Conjugate Training

GUEST POST: Strength coach and trainer Jordan Syatt explains how people from powerlifters to pickup basketball players can train for speed, explosiveness, and strength, all with the same program.