Posts Tagged ‘workout muse’

The Last 3-Weeks

July 11, 2010

It has been a great 3-Weeks capped off by our Fitness Boot Camp Fundraiser for the Ready or Not Foundation. We raised $850 for the Foundation! Not bad for a one hour workout.  Checkout out on Channel 6 News.

I have been blown away by our Pinnacle Fitness Boot Camp members commitment to their workouts.  Even with a hurricane looming in the Gulf of Mexico and vacation on everyone’s minds they still made their workouts.  Keep it UP!

Pinnacle Fitness Boot Camps started its Pinnacle Fitness Challenge in conjunction with the Mayor’s Fitness Council. It is going really well! All 11 participants are seeing significant changes in their body’s and their lives. Lowering blood sugar, losing inches, losing pounds, gaining confidence, getting stronger, etc… are just a few of the comments I have been hearing from the participants.

We also launched our first boot camp 2 go program yesterday. The program consists of video workouts and music provided by Workout Muse. If you haven’t checked out Workout Muse click here to download your next interval workout. Or if you have smart phone check out the Workout Muse App. This App will let you create a music playlist using your own music. While you are working out  it will keep count of your work to rest rounds.  It is a great training tool for metabolic training like we do in boot camp or cardio intervals you do on your off days.

Next time you are at Freebirds try the Freedom Salad. I ate one yesterday and was pretty fired up about it. Lots of greens, lean chicken, black beans, tomatoes, pico, and guacamole. I didn’t even need salad dressing. 5 Stars!!!!

Have a great week, eat clean, try a recovery workout with a foam roller if you get the opportunity.

Committed to Your Success,
Adam

Quick Metabolic Workout

May 25, 2010

Below is a quick metabolic workout that you can do just about anywhere with any exercise.  I recommend you do some type of high intensity cardiovascular exercise three days a week on days that you don’t do resistance training.

Research shows that high intensity cardiovascular exercise can continue to burn calories up to 48 to 72 hours after you have finished your workout.  That is significantly different than walking for 3o minutes at an easy slow pace.  You only burn a few calories during your walk and that is all.

You can follow along or add your own favorite exercises if you like.  After finishing your first four minutes rest for a minute and then repeat again. Try to work up to 20 minutes total.

Committed to Your Success,
Adam

Jan. 18 Classic 5 Exercise Circuit

January 19, 2010

First let me apologize for the shakiness of the camera.  I am trying to be discreet when filming so the quality is a little poor.  I think you should be able to get the idea of all the exercises.

The exercise are as follows:

Elevated 2 Feet Hip Bridge

Squat to Press

Lying W’s

Side Lunges

Side Plank with a Reach Through

Let me know what you think of the workout.  My Boot Campers were Killin’ It this day!

30/30 Metabolic Circuit

January 15, 2010

Below is today’s  Pinnacle Fitness Boot Camps Metabolic Circuits. I think you will find it convenient to do on the road or at home.

This is a 30/30 circuit.

Mini Squat Jumps

Band Jumping Jacks

Band Rows

Ice Skaters

Sprinting in Place

If you would like to purchase a band like the one you see me using click here to purchase your own band.
They travel well, are durable, and can be used in variety of ways.
Make it a great weekend.
Adam

Pinnacle Fitness Boot Camps- Jan. 13, 2010

January 13, 2010

Below is the first round of our 50/10 five exercise circuit today. 

You can do this same workout at home or on the road in a hotel by substituting the band pulls by performing an airplane exercise or lying hip bridge.

The exercise sequence goes like this:

Wall Squat single or double leg

T-Rotation Push Ups

Lying Leg Lowering (Don’t Arch Your Lower Back)

Partner Lunge Single Arm Band Rows

Lateral/Side Dynmic Planks

Keep up the good work. Let me know what you think of the workout.

Yours in Performance and Fitness,

Adam