Clean Cut Core 3

:45 Seconds Each Exercise with a transition goal of 5 seconds 3x's Through

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Unilateral lateral dumbbell raises are an exercise for the shoulder girdle. Anna will raise her arm purely in the frontal plane but she's will do it unilaterally, which increases the torque on the res...
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1. Stand in front of a lat pulldown machine. Hold onto a bar or handles with your arms outstretched in front and above you so your palms face down. 2. Keeping your torso stable, chest up, and arms str...
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1. Hang from a pull-up bar with a neutral grip (palms facing each other). 2. Keeping your legs still and initiating with your shoulder blades, pull your chest to the bar. 3. Lower yourself to the sta...
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1. Stand in a modified split stance with your front leg straight and your back knee bent. 2. Hold a TRX handle in each hand with your arms out to your sides to form a “T” so that the TRX hangs dia...
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1. Start facedown with your feet shoulder-width apart and your forearms on the ground with your elbows under your shoulders. 2. Push yourself off the ground, supporting your weight on your forearms an...
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1. Attach a rope to the high cable pulley and hold it behind your head with both hands. Kneel under the machine with your glutes on your heels. 2. Crunch your torso, pulling the rope toward the floor...
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