TYE4 HIIT PLYO WORKOUT VIDEO

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Wearing Tye4 while doing jump training is a smart idea.  First, it allows you to jump against resistance, which〈oh my gosh〉makes it harder.  LOTS and LOTS of muscle burn and isolation will occur = greater intensity.  Second, it reduces stress on the joints!  It’s like landing on a trampoline.  This is great news for me considering I have “old knees” and “can’t do jump training anymore without causing terrible inflammation”  I have yet to have an issue after training in the Tye4.

FOR ME, TYE4 MEANS MOVEMENT FREEDOM ♥

HERE ARE THE EXERCISES I PERFORM IN THIS VIDEO…

JUMP SQUATS full movement – touch the ground, then reach as high as you can at the top while jumping.  Don’t cheat here.  Reach the arms high as your back lengthens while in the air.   Modify: touch knees rather than the ground, and eliminate the jump part, just reaching up with the arms.  This is still a great exercise!

JUMPING JACKS  3 variations

  1. standard jack- you will feel this in the upper body b/c the arm bungees creates resistance
  2. triangle jack- no arms, hold leg bungees triangled out to the side, creating resistance for the adductor muscles —» inner thigh
  3. crossed jack- hold leg bungees crossed in front to create resistance for the abductor muscles —» outer thigh

ROTATION JUMP  3 variations

  1. slalom jump – jump right → front → left → front
  2. 90º jump – jump facing back, then back to the front
  3. 360º jump – full turn

SQUAT TRIPPLE TAP JUMP   facing right → squat → tap ground 3x → jump turning to the left.

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TYE4® CARDIO WORKOUT 37 MIN VIDEO

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  • This workout has 8 SETS, each containing 2 EXERCISES that will be repeated 2x.
  • 40 seconds ACTIVE
  • 15 seconds ACTIVE REST
  • Wear your Tye4 to ↑ intensity (the sweat factor!) and reduce stress on the joints.
  • Hold leg bungees when doing the 15 second ACTIVE REST part
  • I’m recommending how to use Tye4, but keep in mind you can always ↓ upper body resistance by moving 1 or both hands from loop 1 (closer loop) to loop 2 (outside loop) for a quick change up.

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ROUND 1

  1. SLOW BURPEE        —» hand loop 1
  2. JUMPING JACKS    —» same

ROUND 2

  1. LATERAL STEP + REACH       —» hand loop 1
  2. VENTRAL JACKS                  —» same (hold arm bungee close grip for ↑ resistance)

ROUND 3

  1. HIGH KNEES PAUSE        —» hold leg bungees
  2. FLY JACKS                       —» release leg bungees, hand loop 1

ROUND 4

  1. BICYCLE CRUNCHES        —» leg bungee over shoulder
  2. LUNGE JACKS                 —» hand loop 1

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ROUND 5

  1. PLANK SLAPS         —» hands loop 1 (switch to loop 2 to ↓ resistance)
  2. STUTTER JACKS      —» same

ROUND 6

  1. LATERAL HOPS           —» hold leg bungees
  2. HIGH KNEE JACKS     —» release leg bungees, hands loop 1

ROUND 7 

  1. LEG RAISE + CRUNCH    —» leg bungee back cross w/arm bungee wrap
  2. PLANK +  LEG RAISE      —» same

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ROUND 8

  1. TOE TOUCH KICKS   —» hand loop 1 or 2
  2. BASIC JUMP JACK    —» standard using upper body resistance, or hold leg bungees out or crossed

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HIIT SKATEBOARD WORKOUT VIDEO

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Filmed by CHRIS UPTON
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GREAT EXERCISES TO ADD INTO YOUR HIIT WORKOUT!
Warmup and stretch before the skateboard workout.
Begin by modifying the exercises until you are comfortable on the skateboard.  These exercises require strong and healthy joints and stabilizer muscles.

 

TYE4 HIIT 1 DEMO

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HIIT – high intensity interval training – is definitely trending in 2015 in the world of fitness.  I love this workout and I’ve been loving it even more since I started using Tye4.  The resistance of the bungees takes this workout to a NEW LEVEL… because in does increase intensity… and isn’t that the point of this kind of workout???  My heart rate increases 10-20 beats per minute on EVERY exercise!!!  AND… it removes the stress that high intensity exercises can cause on the joints.  It adds just enough stability to clean up the move and allow for some MAJOR MUSCLE ISOLATION!  I mean, really.  WIN WIN.

 

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PILATES USING TYE4 DEMO 2

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The Pilates exercises in this demo are fantastic, but there are a few problems:

  1. 1. The hip flexors may be over used or stressed
  2. 2.  The abdominals fatigue and the lower back arches which can cause injury
  3. 3. It’s easy to strain the neck in this flexed position.  And it’s just really uncomfortable for many people.

So I got really excited in class today as we found a way to use Tye4 to take care of every one of those issues!!!  The bungee variation I use in this demo assist the hip flexors allowing for a greater abdominal contraction which gives support to the lower back.  Now the hands are freed now to give support to the neck!

BUNGEE VARIATION  I’ve wrapped the leg bungees around the outside of my arms.

PILATES SEQUENCE

  • Double Leg Lower Lift
  • Scissor Kick
  • Alternating Leg Press
  • Mountain Climber

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PILATES USING TYE4® DEMO

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The Tye4® bungees adds resistance to these Pilates exercises – like Reformer Pilates.

EXERCISES IN THIS DEMO

1. DOUBLE LEG LOWER LIFT::  I’m showing the advanced version – holding leg bungees out to the side on the floor.  To modify, hold leg bungees but sit on your hands and squeeze your glutes (squeeze that butt!)

2.  LEG CIRCLES::  Here I’ve pulled the right arm bungee long and put that hand loop on the left foot.  Hold the bungees connected to the foot together or separate them.  Guide the leg in a circle, retracing each time.  5 each direction.  Keep the hips from rocking.

3.  SCISSOR KICK::  This demo shows an advanced variation.  To modify, don’t hold the leg bungees and reach high up on the leg closer to the chest.

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CLASSES OFFERED

TYE4 FUNDAMENTALS [Monday 7:00 pm, Crossfit Murfreesboro]
learn how to use Tye4 in more complex variations to maximize results, learn how to apply it to a variety of different exercise styles and get an awesome workout at the same time

TYE4 PILATES [Tuesday 5:15 pm, The WareHouse, Murfreesboro]
build long, lean muscle, increase flexibility & mobility, and strengthen your entire core

TYE4 HIIT [Wednesday 7:00 pm, Crossfit Murfreesboro]
high intensity interval training – using Tye4 will increase intensity, burn more calories and protect the joints while working harder

TYE4 FUSION [Friday 8:45 am, Murfreesboro KettleBell Gym]
cardio, barre, strength and Pilates

Space is limited.  Once you purchase your class you spot will be held.

*** You will need to bring a mat to class. For Pilates, non-slip socks or ToeSox are preferred. For more on what to wear with Tye4, check out this post.

LOCATIONS

CrossFit Murfreesboro
831 Park Avenue, Murfreesboro, TN 37128

The Warehouse
730-A Middle Tennessee Blvd. Suite #14
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Murfreesboro Kettlebell Gym
(Stronghold Fitness)
730-A Middle Tennessee Blvd. Suite #9
Murfreesboro, TN 37129

Questions, email me!

ashley@ashleybensonfitness.com

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William J. Kraemer, Ph.D.

Titles

Professor of Kinesiology
Professor of Physiology and Neurobiology
Professor of Medicine

Academic Degrees

Ph.D., Physiology and Biochemistry, Minor: Biostatistics, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

M. S., Exercise Physiology, University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY

B.S., Health Education and Physical Education, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse, LaCrosse, WI

Areas of Expertise

Exercise Endocrinology

Exercise & Aging

Exercise & Nutrition

Resistance Exercise/Training

Exercise & Women

Sports Medicine

Strength & Conditioning

Youth Fitness

Physical Performance

Sports Medicine

A Portion of his Biography (read full bio here)

Prior to his appointment at the University of Connecticut, he was a commissioned officer (Captain) in the U.S. Army’s Medical Service Corp and was stationed at the U.S. Army’s Research Institute of Environmental Medicine in Natick, Massachusetts working in military R @ D where he conducted research related to soldier fitness, stress physiology, soldier combat demands, environmental physiology resistance training, and ergonomics. As a research physiologist and biochemist he was the head of the Exercise Biochemistry Laboratory within Exercise Physiology Division.Dr. Kraemer is currently a member and Fellow in the American College of Sports Medicine and has served as a member of the ACSM’s Board of Trustees and Administrative Council. He is a past president of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).

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Dr Kraemer recently (2012 copyright) published with Dr. Steven Fleck and Dr. Michael Deschenes (UConn Alumnus) a new textbook entitled “Exercise Physiology: Integrating Theory and Application”.

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