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High Support

You're in the High Support category. You want to gain strength and lose weight and need a little dedicated support, instruction, and accountability to do it. You like the idea of having a personal trainer focused on you – someone who guides you through every movement, corrects form and technique, and cares about your progress.

Finding the discipline and desire to go to the gym is likely a challenge for you. Despite that, you've probably had a gym membership, maybe even a personal trainer, but you didn't get much out of it because there wasn't enough quality instruction and support. You probably didn't feel comfortable because you may do exercises incorrectly and fear hurting yourself.

You want exercise to help you and not hurt you, which means…

The best exercises for you should help you:

Pair your top exercises below with Slow-Motion Strength Training for best results.

Check out the top Three Exercises for you below

1. Leg Press

The leg press is possibly the most important exercise people like you in the High Support group can do. This exercise affects the biggest muscles and therefore has the biggest impact on your entire body. The leg press may be the High Support group's biggest challenge because of the “burn” you might experience. However, if you find it difficult to stick with a workout, it will be your best friend because it gives you the most bang for your buck in less than 3 minutes. High Support Tip: Working with a Certified Personal Trainer will help you push through the burn and reach muscle success on the leg press.

2. Chest Press

People in your High Support group will like this exercise because it's the most efficient upper body exercise for your “pushing” muscles. It helps you build/maintain strength for pushing motions like getting up from a chair, pushing a door, or holding a grandchild in the air. High Support Tip: Resist the urge to shrug or “put your back into it” as you push the handles. Doing so targets incorrect muscles and can cause injury.

3. Compound Row

People in your High Support group will like this exercise because it's the most efficient upper body exercise for your “pulling” muscles. This exercise is also crucial for maintaining an upright posture. Want to avoid hunching as you age? Pair slow-motion strength training with the compound row. High Support Tip: Squeeze your abdominal muscles by thinking “ribs to hips” or “belly button to spine” to anchor your torso in the seat and double up any exercise as an abdominal exercise (but especially this one).

Follow Along With This
Slow-Motion Strength Training Tutorial:

Getting the benefits of exercise while avoiding injury
requires just 20 minutes, twice a week
with a handful of exercises.

Getting the benefits of exercise while avoiding injury requires just 20 minutes, twice a week with a handful of exercises.

Here's how that breaks down on your calendar

Just exercise Twice A Week for 20 Minutes. Every other day either rest, recover, or do your favorite recreation activity.

By doing this, you avoid wasting hours in the gym while gaining strength and boosting metabolism as you recover from your workouts.

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