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Top 3 training tips by Alexa Towersey

Top 3 training tips by Alexa Towersey September cover model and celebrity trainer Alexa Towersey shares her top training methods to burn fat and tone.1. Resistance Training:Combine four compound exercises in one giant set:8–10 x Barbell Back Squats»8–10 x Barbell Bent-Over Rows»8–10 x Deadlifts»6–8 x Pull-ups»24 x Barbell Walking LungesTIP: Rest for 2 minutes between rounds and complete 3 to 5 rounds2. HIIT Training: I like 400m sprint repeats the best. Start with 5 to 7 and increase each week. 60 to 90 seconds rest between.TIP: Don’t do these on the same day as your weight training.3.

Full body resistance band workout

Give your whole body a strength and cardio workout in one with Ashley Azevedo’s resistance band workout.The workoutCircuit training simply means performing exercises back to back with little to no rest in between. Its elevator pitch is maximum perks in minimum time. Due to the fast-paced nature of circuit training, it elevates heart rate and couples cardio and strength training.Even if you’re solely a weights girl, resistance bands are a great way to keep your body guessing and prevent plateaus. The resistance, reps and number of circuits can all be varied to meet your goals and fitness level.What you need to doConsider the list a sequence, not an a la carte menu. Perform a set (10 to 15 reps) of the first exercise and move immediately to the second exercise

The benefits of plyometric exercises

The benefits of plyometric exercises Plyometrics are great for cardio, toning and fat loss here, we take a look at how the humble plyometric box can be a killer workout session.“The plyo box has been popular among athletes and hard-core fitness enthusiasts for a while now, but has become more mainstream since the introduction of CrossFit,” says elite trainer of over 15 years Matthew Strickland.“They are great for cardio-based and high-intensity training, but can also be used for rehabilitative purposes and for evening out physique imbalances.”Plyometric boxes and aerobic steps come in a range of heights and sizes to adhere to varying fitness levels and exercise goals. While fixed-height boxes are available and usually come in sets of three to four, try opting for a sturdy, adjustable step if you are tight on space. And if you aren’t confident in the jumps, we say go for foam rather than metal or wood versions: a lot less chance of skinned shins.For cardio/fat loss: Plyometric training involves using explosive bodyweight movements to exert maximum force in the shortest amount of time – making them the perfect fat-burning tool. Explosive movements also mean power and strength, especially in the lower body, can be achieved. Again, keep rest periods short and repetitions as high as possible – although given their taxing nature, sessions shouldn’t go much longer then 30 to 45 minutes.

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