How to activate your core in a Pull Up
Brisbane Personal Trainer & CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard chats to you about core to extremity. Specifically, how to activate your deep muscles and then move onto larger muscles and he shows you how to do this in a Pull Up.
If you want to learn more about your core then check out 4 Muscles of the Inner Core,
How to set your midline stability for CrossFit
Brisbane Personal Trainer & CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard chats to you Midline Stability and steps you through exactly how to set it for when you get ready to lift, run or move.
This quick & easy 10 second routine is a great tool to use when you train so that you train safely and lift strong!
If you want to find out more about What is Midline Stability then check out: Midline Stability – What & Why or Midline Stability & the Deadlift
What is your inner-core and how do you turn it on
Brisbane Personal Trainer & CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard chats to you about your inner-core, specifically, the 4 muscles that make up your inner-core.
- Transverse Abdominal
- Pelvic Floor
Where are they, what do they do and how do you turn your inner-core on so you can run, crossfit & move safely.
What is PNF stretching & how do you do it
Brisbane Personal Trainer & CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard chats to you about PNF stretching (proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation stretching). He explains what PNF stretching is and shows you how you can do this stretch to increase your range of motion and therefore performance when you crossfit.
He shows you how to do PNF stretching on your quad (rec fem) and steps you through the how-to.
What is midline stability and why it is important when you CrossFit
Brisbane Personal Trainer & CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard chats to you about Midline Stability. He explains what it is and shows you a kipping pull up and reinforces why it is so important when you CrossFit.
To learn more about Midline Stability you can watch another video here – Midline Stability & the Deadlift
The 3 different ways you can hold the bar for a deadlift
Brisbane Personal Trainer, Tony Hebrard shows you the 3 different ways you can hold the bar when you Deadlift. Each grip has its pros and cons and you’ll learn how and why each one is different.
- Conventional – Both hands over
- Alternate Grip – Under & over
- Hook Grip – Thumb hooked in
Have a try of each and see how each one feels on your next deadlift!
How to stretch & mobilise your Hamstring
CrossFit Coach, Tony Hebrard shows you how to stretch & mobilise your Hamstring so you can increase your flexibility and therefore performance, when you run, deadlift & squat (plus heaps of other movements!)
He covers 3 points:
- Your body position
- How long to stretch / mobilise
- Pressure of mobilising
Happy mobilising & getting stronger, fitter & faster!
How to set your foot position when you Row
Brisbane Personal Trainer, Tony Hebrard shows you how to set your foot position when you Row so that you can row efficiently. It’s often believed that your foot position is related to how big your feet are, but this is a myth and Tony explains the real reason.
The best landing position for your foot when you run
Brisbane Personal Trainer, Tony Hebrard chats to you about running and why landing on your forefoot will result in you running faster. He explains the difference between heel strike landing and forefoot landing and why you’ll get the best results from a forefoot running technique.
Brought to you by CrossFit Zenergy in Windsor
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Where to position your foot when you are running
Brisbane Personal Trainer, Tony Hebrard chats to you about Running. Specifically, where is the best position for you to place your foot when you run. One super important factor is placing your foot under or just behind your body as you land, as opposed to reaching out in front.
If you want to improve your running and get fitter and faster than watch this video now!
Brought to you by CrossFit Zenergy in Windsor.
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