Hey, happy B.C. Day. It is a long weekend here in Kelowna, and we are celebrating British Columbia Day. It is a statutory holiday that gives Canadians in the province of B.C. the opportunity to celebrate their achievements or relax with family and friends.
Our family is relaxing a little bit and will head off to the local farmers’ market.
I love shopping at the farmers’ market, especially at this time as fresh fruits and vegetables are widely available.
Today, I have a quick workout for you to help improve your upper body strength. This is from my good friend, Isaac Payne.
~ Rick Kaselj, MS
CLICK HERE to watch the YouTube video.
It will take about 10 minutes of your time.
# 1 – Chin-ups
Use a standard underhand grip. Start at shoulder-width apart at full extension. Get your chin right over the bar in a slow, controlled movement without swinging.
#2 – Ring Dips
Make sure that your ring is about chest high. Keep the ring nice and tight to the shoulders. You want to flare the elbows out, and you want to lean in the chest.
#3 – Pike Sit-ups
Pike Sit Ups
Keep your legs straight with your arms are straight above the head, and you will engage your core. Bring your legs up to reach your hands, all in one flow of motion, then back down again. Do this in a smooth, controlled movement.
Perform three chin-ups, six ring dips and nine pike sit-ups. You will do as many sets and repetitions as you can in a 10-minute time frame. You have to pace yourself but try to keep moving. Make it metabolic and get a great upper body and core workout.
Until next time.
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