BURN FAT with this FULL BODY Routine! ***Exercise Video*** Full Body Workout Coming NEXT WEEK!!!


Hey everyone, thanks for tuning in. We’ve had some requests for more workouts
to be uploaded onto YouTube and that’s exactly what we’re doing! I’m excited to announce that we’re changing
up our posting schedule. From here on out, each Friday is going to
be Fat Loss Friday’s! The way it’s going to work is each Friday
at 2pm, we will be alternating between exercise demonstrations
and workouts geared toward fat loss using the exercises provided in the previous
week. So, if you like what you see and are interested
in burning some fat, be sure to subscribe to our channel and hit
the notification bell so you don’t miss out on any of the workouts! And if you have any questions, ask them down
in the comments section and we’ll either respond to you directly
in the comments section or answer your questions during our weekly Sunday
Q&A. Since it’s the first Friday, today we’re
going to be demonstrating the exercises you will be using for the first
workout, which will be posted next Friday at 2pm. Here are the exercises: The first exercise is going to be the Heel-Elevated
Dumbbell Goblet Squat. To perform this exercise, place your heels
on an incline board approximately shoulder width apart or slightly
wider than shoulder width with your feet pointing straight ahead or
externally rotated up to 15 degrees. Grasp the dumbbell with a neutral grip and
your palms facing the ceiling and hold the dumbbell up against your chest. The top of the dumbbell should make contact
with your chest and the bottom of the dumbbell should make
contact with your upper abdominals. Keep your elbows tucked in. Inhale as you lower your body by flexing the
hips and knees slowly and under control until your elbows
touch your thighs, keeping your weight over the middle and heel
area of your foot. The middle of your knees should be in line
with, or slightly outside of, your second toe. Be sure to maintain a neutral spine and ensure
that the upper back is parallel, or higher, to your shins throughout the movement. Exhale as you press your feet into the ground,
extending your hips and knees, and keeping your knees in line with, or slightly
outside of, your second toe, and maintaining a neutral spine. Repeat these steps for the prescribed number
of repetitions. The second exercise is going to be the Seated
Mid-Pulley Narrow Parallel-Grip Row. To perform this exercise, sit on a bench facing
the cable machine and plant your feet firmly on the floor, or
if you’re using a cable machine with a foot support, plant your feet firmly on the foot supports. Flex your hips to reach forward and grasp
the handles with a closed, neutral grip. Pull the handle back and sit in an erect seated
position with your torso perpendicular to the floor
and knees flexed. Pull the handle toward your abdomen, keeping your elbows tucked in as close as
possible to your body to enhance recruitment of the latissimus dorsi
muscle. Inhale as you guide the handle slowly and
under control until your elbows are fully extended and your arms are parallel, or slightly below
parallel, to the ground. Make sure the weight stack is suspended in
the air and non touching the remainder of the weight
stack. Exhale as you pull the handle toward the abdomen,
retracting your shoulder blades and pushing your chest up and out at the end
of the movement. The forearms or wrists should make contact
with the sides of your torso and the D-Handle should touch your abdomen. Maintain the same upright posture throughout
the movement. Repeat these steps for the prescribed number
of repetitions. The third exercise is going to be the Dumbbell
Bench Press. To perform this exercise, plant your feet
firmly on the floor, slightly behind your knees. You want to ensure that your butt remains
on the bench and that you’re maintaining a neutral spine
throughout the entire exercise. You also want to retract your shoulder blades and pull them down towards your butt to fix
the scapula and place your head firmly on the bench. Begin the movement by inhaling as you lower
the dumbbells slowly and under control toward the chest. Keep the wrists stiff, the forearms perpendicular
to the floor, and the dumbbells in line with each other. Guide the dumbbells down and slightly out
to the side of the chest, near the armpits. Without arching the low back or raising the
chest, exhale as you press the dumbbells back to
the starting position while keeping your head, upper back, and hips
on the bench and feet on the floor. Repeat these steps for the prescribed number
of repetitions. The fourth exercise is going to be the Dual
Dumbbell Romanian Deadlift. To perform this exercise, stand with your
feet shoulder width apart, or slightly wider than shoulder width, with
your feet pointing straight ahead or externally rotated up to 15 degrees. Flex your hips to bend forward and grasp the
dumbbells with a closed, pronated grip. Each dumbbell should be in line with each
leg. Inhale as you lower the dumbbells slowly and
under control, making sure the dumbbells remain as close
as possible to your thighs and shins. As the dumbbells are lowered, the hips flex
and move backward. Keep your arms straight and relaxed to allow
the lower body to handle the load and keep the knees slightly flexed as the
hips move backward. The shoulders should move forward as the hips
move backward and remain over, or slightly in front of,
the dumbbells. Your weight should be over the midfoot to
start and, as the dumbbells are lowered, begin to
move toward the heel. Lower the dumbbells until a neutral spine
cannot be maintained. Once the dumbbells reach their lowest point,
exhale as you extend the hips, keeping the dumbbells as close as possible
to your shins and thighs. Move the hips forward and the shoulders backward as the hips extend and the torso reaches a
vertical position, keeping the arms straight and relaxed to allow
the lower body to handle the load. Your weight should be over the heel to initiate
the lifting phase and move toward the midfoot as you reach the
top of the movement. Repeat these steps for the prescribed number
of repetitions. That’s it for today’s video. Thanks for
tuning in. If you liked what you saw be sure to hit that
like button, subscribe to our channel, and hit the notification bell so you don’t
miss out on any of the workouts. And if you have any questions, ask them down
in the comments section and we’ll either respond to you directly
in the comments section or answer your questions during our weekly
Sunday Q&A. Keep fit, have fun, and we’ll see you again
next week!

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