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Tabata exercises - Beginner

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Katy Texercise Exercises for week 2 of 12. Used in a Tabata format. This is the beginner program.

Katy Texercise Exercises for week 2 of 12. Used in a Tabata format. This is the beginner program.


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  • 1. Tabata Exercises: BeginnerProgram TemplateTrainer: Jason HodgeIntroductionTabata is a fitness program that allows you to push your body more intensely using a series of exercise and rest. The process is 20 seconds ofwork (exercise) and 10 seconds of rest. This process is designed to last for 4 minutes for each exercise.1)Choose your exercise.2)Start the timer.3)Exercise for 20 second periods, with a 10 second break in between for a total of 4 minutes. Do the same exercise for the entire 4 minutes.Precautions: If you have any pain during exercise, please stop the movement and consult a physician.Warm UpA brief 5 minute walk is recommended before beginning the program.Cardio ProgramActivity Intensity Duration CommentsSummary of the programActivity Type Sets Reps Duration Tempo Intensity RestBasic Squat Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsKneeling Pull Overs Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsStaggered Stance Hold w/Anterior Reach Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsWall Pushups Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsCrunch - Oblique for Beginners Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsBridge - Floor Exercise 8 20 4 minutes moderate No Weight 10 seconds secondsCool DownA 5 minute cooldown walk is recommended after completing the program.Basic Squat Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Ensure the individual has strength in the posterior chain (glutes, hamstrings and erector spinae) beforeprescribing this exercise.Movement:- Stand tall with the gaze straight ahead.- Initiate a squat with a knee bend.- As the knees bend past 10 degrees, push the hips back and keep bending the knees.- Only descend into the squat half way as shown.- Squat back up and repeat pattern.
  • 2. Kneeling Pull Overs Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Kneel upright with the hip joints directly over the knees-- Ankle joints are plantar flexed-- Fingers are interlocked and arms are held out directly in front at chest level-- Elbows are extendedMovement:- Shoulders are flexed overhead while maintaining full elbow extension- As arm are rasing, hips are extended by moving hip joints anterior to knee joints- Head and eyes follow hands overheadNotesCan also be done standing!Staggered Stance Hold w/Anterior Reach Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Ensure the individual is stable and has range of motion in the sagittal plane before prescribing thisexercise.Movement:- Stand tall in a staggered stance with the knees slightly bent.- Maintain firm support in both feet.- Using the hands as the driver (the lead body part), reach the hands forward to the point of balance.- Slowly return.- TRAINERS: Only allow motion that is under control (within the clients threshold of function) and back therange of motion up if you observe a loss in balance.Wall Pushups Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Purpose: Integrated pushing strength and hypertrophy of the Anterior Delts, Pectorals, and Triceps(relatively). Precautions:The client must demonstrate theability to stabilize the entire body (i.e. shoulder girdle, low back, and hips), while in this position.A correct pushup requires excellent core strength and endurance not only statically, but transitionallyduring the actual movement as well. Commoncompensations: low back sags, head/neck protracts.Preparations: Place hands at a width that will allow the forearms to be perpendicular to the wall when theelbows are flexed at 90 degrees. Push away from the wall, with your bodystraight, making sure your lower back doesn’t sag.Movement:- Flex at elbows, lower the body, maintain neutral spine. Push back to starting position. Use desired REPTEMPO.
  • 3. Crunch - Oblique for Beginners Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Ensure the individual is proficient at a basic crunchand has adequate core stability before prescribing thisexercise.Movement:- Lie supine on the ground with the knees bent and the feet flat on the ground.- One hand gently supports the head, while the other is on the ground (as shown).- Using the shoulders (not the head), flex the trunk and rotate to the open side (as shown).- Lower slowly and repeat.- TRAINERS: Pulling on the head, chin poking forward and excessive flexion in the thoracic spine are allindications of weakness and this exercise should be regressed.Bridge - Floor Reps: 20 seconds Sets: 8 Intensity: No Weight Tempo: moderate Rest: 10 seconds Duration: 4 minutesPreparation- Begin by lying flat on floor in supine positionwith knees bent, feet flat, toes pointing straight ahead andarms by sides.- Activate core by drawing navel towards the spine and squeezing the glutes.Movement:- With core activated and glutes squeezed, lift hips off ground to form a straight line between knees andshoulders.- Hold and slowly return back to floor, touching floor momentarily then repeat.- If your client feels their hamstring cramping, check their pelvis for correct alignment. Pelvis should beneutral - asis and psis should be even or horizontal.If there is a misalignment correct it. If you arent surethengently stretch the quads and try the exercise again.