Join Ty Keck for an exercise that targets the upper body, strengthening the lower, middle and upper back.
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TK Core Blaster Hi, I’m Ty Keck. I’m going to show you the signature TK Core Blaster. I grew up in a small community. I was the runt of the town, it really took mental focus for me to achieve my goal and my dream to be a pro-athlete, and I incorporated that into fitness training. I work of being the scrawny little guy to the muscular guy and all of this is just focus and determination and perseverance. What you’ll need is a squeeze ball. If you’re advance, you need dumbbells. If you’re just beginning, you ain’t really needs any dumbbell at all and something to support your fit well, maybe a wall, maybe something that has something weights, so it can push your feet against it. When you do that exercise, you don’t have to put your feet against anything but it does limit your ability to go all the way up. So, when you put your feet against the wall or something heavy, it allows you to push your feet against this so you can squeeze your gluteus, your lower back. To begin with, you want to position your hips right on the back part of this squeeze ball. You want to relax your back. Squeeze up, squeeze your glutes, bring your arms up, and back in a W position. My signature movement the TK Core Blaster, I came up with that because 80% of the population’s suffers from back pain from the computer desk or just not really working it. And this exercise really targets all the core muscles along the back. As you do this exercise, you want to really focus on squeezing the back, than not lower, middle then upper back as well as your glutes. This is really great for strengthening all this core muscles along your spinal column. If you feel like your more of a beginner, you can do it without the weights. You really want to be specific with the exercise to make sure that your squeezing the wrong buoys, which are the muscles right in between the shoulders blades, squeeze those glutes. Come up, squeeze hold and back. Make sure you squeezing and hold it for a 2-second count at the top and then relax. You wan to do about 20 reps of this exercise and this will strength all those core muscles along your upper, middle and lower back. There’s three forms you can get to concentrate which is the initial movement, the isometric which is the squeezing and holding it and the E-centric which is the controlling back so you get three different levels of muscles stimulation which is the most effective way to strengthen your muscle. If you’ll do the work, you’re going to get the results. That’s the TK signature Core Blaster. We’ll see you next time on Studio for Fitness.
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