Sweat. Believe. Roar. workout with Sinead Disaya by June 15, 2017 at 1:17 am Fitness 0 Comment Take a cue from your animalistic side with this high-intensity workout based on functional movement patterns, courtesy of trainer Sinead Disaya. Warning: requires a willingness to laugh at yourself as you crawl, sway and hop your way to a lean physique. Get it done Set your timer for three minutes. Exercises are completed back-to-back as a superset, for 30 seconds each. No rest – just do the best you can in the three minutes. Rest for one to two minutes between each superset, depending on your fitness level. This workout combines functional movement patterns (moving the body in all directions) with high-intensity interval training (HIIT) designed to shred fat and improve mobility. Functional movement training is suitable no matter what your profession or fitness level – whether you’re an office worker who is sitting down the majority of the day, an athlete or rehabilitating post-injury. The purpose is to move your body in ways you normally wouldn’t help build strength and loosen up your joints. This can help reduce lower back pain, stiffness and poor posture. Focus on the intensity of your workouts – you only get out what you put in! My Sweat. Believe. Roar. programs contain a balance of functional movement and traditional training methods to build lean muscle and overall strength. For my full guides visit sineaddisaya.com. Photography: Christopher Cameron Photography Super Set 1: 3 mins total Rainbow Lunges (30 secs x 3) Rainbow Lunges focus on building muscle throughout your lower body as well as engaging your core. Start in the lunge position and keep your chest up. Brace your core and pivot your feet. Use your arms to created an arch above your body and finish again in your lunge position facing the opposite direction. Palm Trees (30 secs x 3) Palm Trees are a fantastic exercise for your obliques and developing the strong ‘V’ line throughout your core. Start with your feet together, holding the weight overhead with both hands, and a soft knee bend. Drive your hips laterally almost making the letter ‘C’. Brace your core each time you change direction. Try to avoid moving your arms, as they will naturally tilt as your drive your hips to the side. Source link Share This Post: Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Post navigation ‹ Previous How Often Should You Workout?Next › Sleep And The Endocrine System Related Content Strength building core finisher workout Jenna Douros' HIIT workout sampler AMRAP high-energy body-weighted workout Sculpting lower body circuit more news from the blog Vegan Food Haul: Our Whole Foods Plant-based Grocery Shopping Trip Japan’s Vegetarian & Vegan Festival 10 Minute Ab Workout: How to Get a Six Pack Heart Healthy Cooking: Quinoa Pasta Recipe Tutorial Muskeln definieren Slutty Vegan food in Bangkok and Hong Kong Vegan Bodybuilding | Can We Get Enough Protein? New To Running | Beginners Guide To Endurance Honey Lime Coconut Oil Dressing Your very own DIY spa Best Vegan Food Meals Recipes & Bodybuilding Workout Fitness Guide Muscle Cramps | Prevent & Cure The real reason why you may binge on food Deliciously Ella teaches you How to Cook a Healthy Meal | Cooking With | Glamour UK Roasted Salmon with Blueberry BBQ Sauce | Healthy Cooking with Grace Derocha VLOGMAS 22 || WHEN DO THE CRAVINGS GO AWAY? || RAW FOOD VEGAN DIET HEALTH WEIGHT LOSS Weight Watchers – Your Food, Your Way: Vegetarian HEALTHY COMFORT FOOD! Easy & Yummy! Cooking With Liv Ep 17 What Are Green Superfoods? | Spirulina, Wheatgrass & More Ultimate 30 Day Beginners Guide To Fitness – Day 29 – Bodybuilding.com How To: Plank How Do Rest Days Improve Muscle Recovery Time? Are you in the right job? Seasonal Variations | Differences In Body Weight Get Cooking, Get in Control: Building a Healthy Pantry, Part 1 Naturally Stefanie Makes Vegan Maca Protein Pancakes Confused About Raw Vegan Food Combining??? Training For Strength | How To Programme For Progression Vegan Food Scene – A Taco Restaurant in Los Angeles! | Ep 4 | The Food and Beer Geeks | Magnesium For Performance | Benefits & Deficiency Symptoms | PART 2 Healthy Cooking: Yams & Chicken for Lunch, Carbs and Protein Filled Overcoming motivational barriers Homemade Limoncello ..::.. Healthy Cooking W.Y.F.I. #05 Add Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.