Morning Meltdown 100: The Sumo Hinge

Morning Meltdown 100 is the latest workout program from Beachbody Super Trainer and CORE DE FORCE co-creator Jericho McMatthews.

There are 100 unique workouts in total and each one is designed to help you transform your body.

Every morning, Jericho will lead you through a 20- to 30-minute workout that can help you rev up your metabolism, burn fat all day, and build your best body ever.

Check out this move from Morning Meltdown 100 that targets your glutes and legs.

Pro tip: Remember — there are TWO Morning Meltdown 100 modifiers, so go at your own pace!

How to Do the Sumo Hinge

1. Bend your knees and pick up your weight with both hands.

2. Place your feet in a “sumo position” — feet are nice and wide, toes pointing out.

3. Make sure your shoulders are back and down; squeeze your core.

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Introducing Beachbody Super Trainer Amoila Cesar

If you’re a basketball fan, the name Amoila Cesar might sound familiar.

That’s because in 2017, Amoila became an overnight sensation on Instagram after posting the incredible three-week transformation of then-Los Angeles Lakers forward, Julius Randle.

Lakers management had famously told reporters that only athletes in peak physical condition would play the following season. So after seeing Amoila’s work on social media, Julius enlisted his expertise.

In just three weeks, Amoila transformed Julius into a new player. Not only was he sporting a brand-new six-pack, but he was lighter on his feet and in the best condition of his career.

 

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Since then, Amoila has become the go-to strength and transformation specialist among NBA athletes and celebrities alike.

DeMarcus Cousins, Jordan Clarkson, Nicolas Batum, Elfrid Payton, Mo Bamba, Colton … Read the rest

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Watch Autumn Calabrese On “Revenge Body”

“Revenge Body,” Khloe Kardashian’s reality show, is all about changing lives through mental and physical transformations.

Participants are assigned a trainer to help revamp their lives, inside and out.

Beachbody Super Trainer Autumn Calabrese brings the Obsession to Season 3 of the show!

Autumn is paired with Terra, who is looking for a life change and major motivation.

Weeks before Terra was about to give birth, she learned her boyfriend was cheating on her.  The newly single mom turned to food and comfort and was paired with Autumn to help her get back on track.

In 12 weeks, Autumn helps Terra experience a total mind-and-body transformation.

“Terra went through 80 Day Obsession and followed Ultimate Portion Fix for nutrition,” says Autumn. “Having 80 Day Obsession available on Beachbody On Demand contributed to her success. Even if I couldn’t be there in person, she followed the program daily and didn’t miss Read the rest

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Morning Meltdown 100: The Burpee Bolt

Morning Meltdown 100 is the latest workout program from Beachbody Super Trainer and CORE DE FORCE co-creator Jericho McMatthews.

There are 100 unique workouts in total and each one is designed to help you transform your body.

Every morning, Jericho will lead you through a 20- to 30-minute workout that can help you rev up your metabolism, burn fat all day, and build your best body ever.

Check out one Jericho’s signature moves from Morning Meltdown 100 below!

Pro tip: The Morning Meltdown 100 FREE Sample Workout is now available on Beachbody On Demand. Head to the Morning Meltdown 100 program page and press “play” now.

How to Do the Burpee Bolt

1. Start in standing position, then bend your knees and place your hands on the floor.

2. Shoot your legs back to a high plank position, making sure your back is flat.

3. Jump both feet off … Read the rest

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How to Cross-Train With Beachbody On Demand Workouts

If you want to become good at something, it makes sense to do it as much as possible.

Running makes you better at running. Cycling makes you better at cycling. And swimming makes you better at swimming.

But here’s the thing: Occasionally doing something different can make you even better at your primary sport.

Athletes call it cross-training, and the science behind it is simple: Engaging in a sport or activity other than your primary one allows you to use your muscles in new and unaccustomed ways — or emphasize different ones altogether.

Not only can that result in fewer overuse injuries, but it can also help iron out muscle imbalances, improve athletic performance, and boost motivation by reducing training monotony and boredom.

So how should you go about cross-training?

Consider what follows your go-to guide for what it is, how you can weave it into your workout program, and … Read the rest

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