Upper and Lower Strength Training

Ivan Koretskyy

Ivan

Koretskyy

Age Recommendation

8+

Video Duration

21 Minutes

Calories Burned

100

FITNESS

Bodyweight Training

Bodyweight Training

Foundation Training

Foundation Training

Resistance Training

Resistance Training

SKILLS

Power

Power

Strength

Strength

Toning

Toning

EQUIPMENT

Dumbbells

Dumbbells

Body Focus

Upper Body & Lower Body

Intensity

Level 4

XP Boost

40%

Muscles Activated

Inner Thigh

Front of Lower Leg

Front of arm

Below the Elbow

Edge of Shoulder

Center back

Behind the Lower Leg

Rear end

Behind the Leg

Back of Shoulder

Lateral Middle Back

Along the Knee

Front of Leg

Between Neck and Shoulders and Middle of Back

Back of Arm

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Workout Summary

- Squats 2x - Founder Reps 2x - Toe & Calf Raise 2x - Delt Flies 2x - Bicep Curls 2x - Knee Push Ups 2x - Heel Walks 2x - Side Lunges 2x - Squat Jumps 2x - Skull Crushers 2x - Anterior Delt Flies 2x - Dumbbell Rows 2x

Description

This video can help to strengthen the upper body and lower body with our various exercises that include dumbbells. The video can also provide feedback on how to correctly do the exercises in order to maximize their effectiveness. This can help people who are new to working out, or those who want to improve their current routine.

Trainer Bio

Ivan made the idea of YFNA come to life. His life is revolved around fitness and nutrition since he was six years old and never stopped since. Starting from being a competitive soccer player in his youth to transitioning to a fitness trainer, he has made an extraordinary life out of himself and wants to share his expertise with other kids out there so they too can get a good head start in health wellness.

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How To
Challenge Yourself

If the exercises in the video are not making you sweat enough, you can become an overachiever by working harder. You can do some of the following to challenge yourself:

- Faster Repetition
- Add Weights
- More Bodyweight Resistance

How To
Slow Down

You are able to go at your own pace if the exercises are too challenging for you. You don't want to overwork yourself because it can possibly lead to any injury if done the improperly. You can do some of the following to still follow along safely:

- Slower Repetition
- Remove Weights
- Longer Breaks

How To
Prevent Injury

There will be new exercises that you will new to you. Your body will react to new things that may seem challenging (This is a good thing). Make sure to have your body stretched on muscles that will be activated. Do stretches before and after your exercises! We stretch before to be more flexible for our muscles to perform full range exercises, and we stretch after to prevent soreness!

How To
Exercise Correctly

Many people have the reasonable fear about doing the exercise incorrectly. This is because people don't have the education to know what they are doing. The main concepts to think about when performing the exercise is to ask yourself this:

1) What movement will cause certain muscles to contract and stretch?
2) What is the maximum range of motion I can perform?
3) Do I feel the targeted muscles being activated?
4) What is the correct posture when I perform the exercise?

How To
Exercise For Fun!

We all can get to a certain point that exercising can get stale. Some ways to add more grooves with your moves can be the following:

- Listen to your favorite music
- Bring friends and family along
- Try new exercises
- Set personal goals
- Challange yourself

FITNESS

Bodyweight Training

Bodyweight Training

Foundation Training

Foundation Training

Resistance Training

Resistance Training

SKILLS

Power

Power

Strength

Strength

Toning

Toning

EQUIPMENT

Dumbbells

Dumbbells

Body Focus

Upper Body & Lower Body

Intensity

Level 4

XP Boost

40%

Muscles Activated

Inner Thigh

Front of Lower Leg

Front of arm

Below the Elbow

Edge of Shoulder

Center back

Behind the Lower Leg

Rear end

Behind the Leg

Back of Shoulder

Lateral Middle Back

Along the Knee

Front of Leg

Between Neck and Shoulders and Middle of Back

Back of Arm