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Ultimate Core Workout : Spri’s Step360

Ultimate Core Workout : Spri’s Step360

July 6, 2011 5:13 pm20 comments

Welcome to Season 2 of Fit Test Dummies! We decided to start this season out with a bounce using Spri’s Step360.

 

3 minutes routines. 6 phases of training. 0 rest. Can you keep up? We kick off season 2 of Fit Test Dummies with a workout utilizing Spri’s Step 360, as well as other Spri products. Watch David and Jill strengthen their core and get the workout of a lifetime.

 

You can do anything you can think of, remember to make it fun!

Here is the list of moves we did for the circuit.

Lunges (10 reps on each side)

Single Leg Hold Back Leg Lift (10 reps on each side)

Single Leg Knee Ups (15 reps on each side)

Lunge to Single Leg Lift (15 reps on each side)

Side Leg Lift (20 reps on each side)

Single Arm Push Ups with Ball (20 reps on each side)

One Arm Military Press (15 reps on each side)

Over the Top (15 reps)

Push Up Jacks (30 reps)

Plank (15 sec hold)

Ski Abs (15 reps)

Plank to Push Ups (15 reps)

 

Verdict: The Step 360 engages your core by forcing you to balance during these exercises. It is easy on your knees since the Step 360 bounces with you. The workouts and the Step 360 are constructed so that they could work well with other Spri products, making the workout possibilities practically endless.

FTD Tips:

  • Warm up: the most important part of the workout. Do it for 5-10min depending on your level of flexibility, level of strength and how long you’ve been working out.
  • Stability Phase: this is really good for those who are just starting out and are trying to get their core centered.
  • Balance Phase: make sure you’ve mastered the Stability Phase of the Step360 program so that your form is good. Watch your lower-back and always keep your core engaged.
    • Great on the knees because the Step360 bounces with you.
    • Side handles allows you to do a lot of hand exercise on the ball.
    • Forces you to engage every muscle in your leg.

As always, work within your abilities, do what is comfortable to your body.

      • **Key with lunges: keep knees at 90 degrees and make sure your knees do not go over your toes.

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