Join Toby Massenburg for an exercise that utilizes balance and coordination through both upper and lower body while working the chest, shoulders, thighs, hamstrings, and butt.
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Reverse Lunge with Twist Exercise This is Toby from Kansas. And I’ll be showing my own personal move. My signature move is one of the -- it’s like I think its really cool because not only do you work your upper and also your lower but you’re also challenging your lower muscular system. This is kind of cool, because it corporate the upper as well as the lower body. Basically it’s like the more that you have to think about an exercise and the next move when that comes the more calories you burn. What you’re going to do is give me a Reverse Lunge with the twist off the end. So you’re just going to set back twisting over the knee, stepping onto the riser in front of you, stepping all the way up, reaching the ball straight out. Good let’s try it again, from the beginning, sit back, twist, come into the front pushing the ball straight in front of you. Let’s try on the other side. Sit back, twist, come into the front and push it. My five year plan is to eventually have my own wellness center; personal training isn’t in for me. You are working for your bleaks as well as your hamstrings and a little bit of the chest as well. I really want to be something that I could help out people and really see the difference. I would recommend that you probably want to do at least three sets of ten, because my mother say but she was like more of an obese and we worked on programs the other and she is like she is losing and I fee like if I can just change of one persons life with that way. Then like I really just I mean that beats my heart. So that’s the signature move and we’ll see you next time on studio for fitness.
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