Personal fitness training expert in Ottawa and founder of Free Form Fitness personal training centers, Jean-Luc Boissonneault demonstrates how to sculpt different body parts.
Heart disease is the number one killer today, and our job as
personal trainers is to make sure we do everything in our
power to prevent it through nutrition, exercise and lifestyle
Having said that, it’s also very important for us to be part of
an organization making a difference in the community.
The Ottawa Heart Institute is a world class facility right in our
very own backyard making a huge difference.
We are happy to have taken part in the “Heart of Glass” event last
night and we look forward to being able to help wherever we can
in the near future.
Hamstrings are a very important muscle group for posture and strength. It’s very important to keep them strong and balanced especially when it comes to improving the stability of your knees. It’s composed of 3 muscle groups the bicep femoris, semitendinosus and semimembranosus. These muscles do not all attach to the bone in the same way and an imbalance can mean pulling the knee apart usually feeling pain on both sides of the knee. Keeping your knees in will shift the weight to the bicep femoris and keeping the knees out will shift the weight to the semitendinosus and semimembranosus. In this superset I am targeting both. Try it out.
If you’re bored and feel like reading dry facts and statistics of how our populations health is deteriorating, well you’re in luck. While writing my last book “Nutrition Fiction” I’ve collected 50 pages of research on degenerative diseases. Check it out here.
PS: If you’re worried about degenerative diseases, It’s not too late to do something about it!