As mentioned in a previous post, I’m working on my general strength right now. This is great news because the workouts I’m gonna be sharing with you are perfect for everyone from skaters to coaches, to judges to everyone in between!
For the next few weeks, I’m going to be sharing some of my workouts with you. They will be an example of the sort of thing I’m doing at the moment so if you’re a beginner or you’ve never been to the gym before, I would definitely get some help with learning the proper form for all new exercises and starting really light. I would also check with your doctor before starting any new exercise regime especially if you have diabetes, are over weight, smoke, any chronic illness or have an injury.
There’s 2 weeks left until Oceanias. There’s lots going on in everyone’s lives with work, uni or school not to mention trainings! Stress is at an all time high right now and some of you may feel like you’re running out of time! If this sounds like you, what should you be doing? Or more importantly, what shouldn’t you be doing?
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