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Fitness For The New Year

Feel confident in your own skin this year with Tundra Fitness. Logan Ammirati started Tundra Fitness with a goal to help anyone who wants to make a lifestyle change for better health. He believes that everyone has the power and ability to change their life for the better. Fitness goes beyond what you see on the outside. It allows you to experience life in every way possible, you can play with your kids or your grandkids without losing your breath. You’re able to walk on our beautiful nature trails or hike up a mountain. Give yourself a great start to the year with personal training from Tundra Fitness.

Here is a workout Logan provided that can be done at home or in the gym! 

Warm-up: 2 Rounds through, 12 reps on each movement

  1. Bird Dogs: On all fours, keep your back flat as you extend your opposing arm and leg keeping your core engaged, switch sides extending the other arm & leg continue this back and forth

  2. Dead Bugs: On your back have your knees bent and legs at a right angle, arms extended straight up, lower one leg as you extend the opposing arm over head not letting either touch the ground, switch side back and forth

  3. Glute Bridges: Lying on your back bring your heels about 6 inches from your hips and push your hips towards the ceiling and squeeze your glutes at the top, you want to be flat from your shoulders to knees at the top

Circuit #1: 3 Rounds, 15 reps on each movement

  1. Band Upright Row:

  2. Band Shoulder Press:

  3. Band Deadlift:

Circuit #3: 3 Rounds, 10 reps on each movement

  1. Dumbbell Reverse Lunge: Hold weights while stepping backwards one foot at a time with a wide enough stance that your knees should be at a 90-degree angle at the bottom

  2. Dumbbell Bent Over Rows: Keeping your back flt, hinge forward at your hips, pull the weights up and back in arch-like motion, think pull your pinky into your pocket

  3.  Dumbbell Arnold Press: Start the movement with the weight in your hands and your palms facing your face, rotate outwards as you press up, finish the rep as you started with your hands toward your face.

Circuit #3: 3 Rounds, 12 reps on each movement

  1.  Dumbbell Goblet Squat: Hold the weight on end, with your feet shoulder-width apart squat down trying to go till your knees and elbow touch, make sure you keep your back straight 

  2. Burpee: Starting standing, squat down, kick both feet backwards, do one pushup, bring your feet back under your torso and jump vertically, repeat that movement for reps

  3. Lying Leg Raises: lay on your back, engage your abs to raise both legs up to a 90-degree angle to the floor, slowly lower them down to the starting position and repeat

Cool down: Stretch out and relax for 5-10 minutes letting your heart rate recover.

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