Instagram can be a great source of fitness motivation. You can even save photos for inspiration later, kind of like Pinterest! With so many people snapping progress photos, you may feel like you’re ready to jump out of your Instagram hole and head straight to the gym … but what do you do when you get there?
To help you out, we wanted to give you some professional advice that you can take with you anywhere! And guess what? It changes up nearly daily!
By following personal trainers on Instagram, you can get new workouts delivered right to your Instagram feed nearly every day!
Here are 4 SNFC trainers you should follow for fitness motivation:
Instagram handle: @boykowich
Matthew is one of our trainers in Abbotsford Fitness World! If you’re looking for some ideas to make some #gainz, you definitely want to see what he’s up to. Providing you with an "exercise of the day", Matthew focuses on showing you one (maybe two, if you're lucky!) exercises that you can add into your routine. Whether it's a piece of equipment you never thought to use, or a new way to use one, he's sure to keep your routine fresh.
💥Exercise of the day💥 Today we got Single Arm Lat Pull downs 🔹️For this exercise you really want to focus on the stretch and contraction of the lat. 🔹️try doing 3 sets of 12 each side 🔹️focus on using only your Lats not your shoulders or arms. 💪😥 #beyondsnfc #stevenashfitnessworld #stevenashabbotsford #fitness #training #personaltrainer #bodybuilding #abbotsford #health #lift #exercise #vancouver #snfwabby #exerciseoftheday #vancouverfitness
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Intagram handle: @yorko.performance
If you struggle to keep your fitness routine creative and fresh, check out Tyler’s Instagram page for easy additions to your gym time. As one of our trainers from Brentwood Sports Club, he even shows us how to use the equipment you’re probably still unsure about (like kettlebells!).
Here's a good functional circuit to try out. 1) single arm alternating #kbswings 2) rotational palloff press 3)(recovery) half kneeling soleus stretch I typically design my workouts and my clients workouts in this format to make the most of our time in the gym. Use your rest time to do the rehab, prehab, mobility or activation exercises you should be doing. Better your performance and fix imbalances at the same time
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Instagram handle: @sarahh_pt
Every Wednesday, Sarah, from Langley Fitness World, gives you new workouts, showing you how to use certain equipment or target specific muscle groups. Her #WorkoutWednesdays give specific guidelines to ensure you can follow easily during your next workout. You can also check out some of the routines she does with her own clients!
That time of the week again!! For today's #workoutwednesday video I will be showing you how to use those big resistance bands for a killer upper body workout! They are a really amazing tool that can help you unlock some difficult body weight skills such as dips, push-ups and pull-ups! Give these a try in your next upper body workout!#langleylegacy #beyondsnfc #stevenash
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Instagram handle: @oliviarabbfitness
Looking for ways to use a specific piece of equipment? You’d be surprised at the number of exercises you can do with just a Bosu ball, cables, and an exercise band! Olivia (another one of our Langley personal trainers) gives easy ways to use the various equipment at the gym, with many of the exercises you can even take home!
🌟GLUTE ACTIVATION🌟 I always start my leg day with some booty activation exercises using resistant bands. Activation the glutes before a leg day will really help wake up those muscles and fire them up so that you can preform to the best of your capability 🍑👏🏼
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