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Go to 0:16 for Pull Ups
Go to 1:21 for Dumbbell Rows
Go to 3:01 for Weighted Sit-Ups
Go to 3:56 for Leg Raises
Go to 5:06 for Face Pulls

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Daniel Crouch, of True Balance Fitness, demonstrates the proper technique of handling the medicine ball. This 8 pound rubber ball is a fantastic way to work your core, lower back, hands and neck in a way that no other form of exercise can replicate.

The benefits of using this timeless tool are more power and control in your golf game, less tension and pain in your lower back, stronger and taller posture, as well as an overall feeling of strength from your head to your toes.

For more of our instructional videos and fitness tips please visit us at TrueBalanceFitness.net

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The initial foray into online training at thefitnessguy.me check this out! It's not a workout per se but if you've done nothing else today it's an opportunity to check "minimal fitness requirement" off your list today...

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Do Workout 2-3x a week (3x if back feeling tight and stiff, 2x per week to maintain back

Do stretches first.
Do Strength exercises 3x (as a circuit, one at a time then repeat)

Enjoy!

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Do Workout 2-3x a week (3x if back feeling tight and stiff, 2x per week to maintain back

Do stretches first.
Do Strength exercises 3x (as a circuit, one at a time then repeat)

Enjoy!

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Chris takes you through a series of exercises that work to improve the mobility and activate the musculature of the lower back. Great for your morning wake up.

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Fitness model and physique competitor Brandon Bass takes you through a personal back workout that he has utilized throughout his career! When training back, he believes form and the quality of each rep is of the utmost importance. Therefore, Brandon uses slightly higher repetitions to ensure that his back is being worked as opposed to his biceps.

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