Workout of the Month, January — Push-Up & Sit-Up Circuit

Posted by Moji Tehranian, Elite personal trainer at ClubSport Pleasanton on in Fitness blog

Moji TehranianTake your strength training to a whole new level. Kick off the year with a workout that targets your core and will give you great arms, too! First, hit all the major abdominal muscle groups with three variations of the common sit-up.

Workout of the Month, November — Barbell Training

Posted by Creig Nakano, Leisure Sports Inc. Performance Training Manager on in Fitness blog

Creig NakanoTake your strength training to a whole new level. Increase your total lean body mass and rev up your metabolism with this strength-building workout using the Olympic Bar. Incorporate this total-body approach in your program and you'll notice gains in your push, pull, and core muscles.


Workout of the Month, September — Strength & Power Building Leg Circuit

Posted by Sabrina Gonzalez, personal trainer at Renaissance ClubSport Walnut Creek on in Fitness blog

Sabring GonzalezWhen trying to add muscle, there's no bette place than the legs and butt. You'll add muscle there faster than anwhere else on your body. More muscle means more strength and power — and a lot more calories burned, even at rest!

Workout of the Month, September — Pull-Up Training

Posted by Ely Leon, personal trainer at Renaissance ClubSport Aliso Viejo on in Fitness blog

Ely LeonPull-ups are one of the best ways to truly gauge your upper body strength. Due to the many variations in which they can be performed, this fundamental exercise targets numerous muscle groups at once and leads to increased power and strength, and will help you shed fat.

Workout of the Month, August — Ultimate Suspension Workout

Posted by Ben Zorn, personal trainer at ClubSport San Jose on in Fitness blog

Ben ZornChallenge your body with suspension training! TRX Suspension Training offers a total-body workout using gravity and your own bodyweight to help you build power and strength, and improve your balance, flexibility, mobility and core stability.