In this week's blog post, Ron Morris tells us how doing one pull-up, one squat and one push-up a day will increase your strength. Ron also shows us 3 grips for pull-ups.
Here's your five‑minute ring workout. You can start with your rings high. And then we will move them low. A lot of variations that work a variety of muscles.
I'm going to show you some variations on the Perfect Push‑Up. If, in fact, you just don't want to go to a gym, you don't have access to a gym, you don't like gyms ‑‑ all of the above for me ‑‑ this is the way to go.
This set of rants is all about how human beings just aren't paying attention. Society as a whole is not paying attention.
Mannequins are getting a makeover to look more realistic; i.e., fat and dumpy so you can feel good about yourself when you go buy that Beluga dress that you've been dreaming about for all your life or, guys, you're getting those Sansabelts that come up to here, right under your female/male breasts.
Pop and high-fructose corn syrup has become the cause of the obesity epidemic that is happening in America. We are killing ourselves and doing nothing to stop it. We continue to eat unhealthy food and sugary pops and they are destroying our insides. Stop it!
Apparently food is the next big thing and better snacks are on the top of everyone's list. Well, Ron doesn't agree. Stop the nonsense. Just eat better. Get outside and excercise. There are too many quick fixes that cater to the laziness that is infesting our country. You don't need snacks. You need get up off the couch and go for a walk.
The slackline is a great tool for an easy and fun workout. It create sstability and balance in your core, your hip flexors, your knees, your ankles. It is a really good rehab tool and a great way to build core strength by learning how to balance.
Using rings is an effective and fun way to build strength and tone muscles. "This works your shoulders, your chest, your back, your waist, your balance, because you're learning to manipulate and guide your body with your own body strength. "
Look kids, it's simple. Two good meals a day, go for a walk, touch your toes, follow the blogs, and start thinking for yourself. This fall, stop making excuses and stop saying "Now is the time" or "I'll start tomorrow" or "I'll be fit by next year." Stop talking about it and just do it.
For over 25 years, Ron Morris has provided transformational change to people of all walks of life, including teenagers, college students, SWAT team members, world explorers, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
The Parkinson's Project explores simple but effective ways to restore balance and coordination. Ron has helped students take back control and a semblance of function-ability in their daily lives. Ron continues to develop on-going workshops and is excited to share his success with individuals with Parkinson's.