July Kyle House Fitness Moves of the Week

Kyle House Fitness Move of the Week July 26th: Glute Bridge + S Press

This week’s Full Body HIIPfit Move Of The Week (MOTW) is brought to you by instructors Lynn and Melo! For your exercise enjoyment, we give you the Glute Bridge + S Press. For this movement you will need a set of moderate weights and a smile on your face! This movement is a combination of a glute bridge with an S press. Here are a few benefits of the Glute Bridge + S Press and why is makes us look and feel good:

  • Builds lean muscle in your legs and glutes.
  • Activates your core and stabilizes your balance.
  • Engages your chest and arms in the pressing motion. 

 

How to perform the Glute Bridge + S Press:

  • Start in a glute bridge position; on your back, feet planted and knees bent with your hips up. Maintain a long spine and your core engaged.
  • Weights in hand with palms facing each other. Keep weights pressed into one another as you press the weights straight up and back down. 
  • Option to keep the hips up the whole time or bring them back down every time you bring your weights down. 
  • Squeeze your glutes at the top of the bridge and keep your full body activated. 
  • Repeat move 10-12 times and get ready for the BEST version of YOU! 

Kyle House Fitness Move of the Week July 19th: Staggered Squat + Curl

This week’s Full Body HIIPfit Move Of The Week (MOTW) is brought to you by instructors Arnold and Maria! For your exercise enjoyment, we give you the Staggered Squat + Curl. For this movement you will need a set of moderate weights and a smile! This movement is a combination of a staggered squat with a hammer curl. Here are a few benefits of the Staggered Squat + Curl and why it makes us look and feel good: 

  • Builds lean muscle in your legs and glutes. 
  • Activates your arms during the curl action. ‘
  • Works on your balance and stability through your core. 

How to perform the Staggered Squat + Curl:

  • Start in a staggered stance, stepping one foot slightly back about a shoe distance apart. 
  • Holding a moderate set of weights in hand. 
  • Keeping a long spine as you squat low and come back up to standing, grab a hammer curl at the top. Keep your palms facing in towards each other. 
  • Maintain your front knee stacked over your ankle, in a 90 degree bend.
  • Repeat 8-10 times on each leg and get ready for the best version of you! 

Kyle House Fitness Move of the Week July 12th: Slalom Plank

This week’s Full Body HIIPfit Move Of The Week (MOTW) is brought to you by instructors Ari and Kyle! For your exercise enjoyment, we give you the Slalom Plank, For this movement you will need just your body weight. This movement is combination of a plank with jackrabbit style lateral hops. Here are a few benefits of the Slalom Plank and why it makes us look and feel good: 

  • Engages your core through the plank action. 
  • Builds lean muscle in your core and upper body. 
  • Activates your breath work by inhaling with every stretch and exhaling with every flex. 

How to perform the Slalom Plank: 

  • Start in a high plank position with your hands right under your shoulders.
  • Hop or step both feet over to the right side, as close as you can to your right hand. 
  • Hop or step back into your starting position and then repeat again on the left side. 
  • Option to come down to your forearms as well. 
  • Think about exhaling as you hop/step out to the side and exhaling as you come back to center. 
  • Repeat 8-10 times on each side and get ready for the BEST version of YOU! 

 

Kyle House Fitness Move of the Week July 5th: Revolving Press

This week’s Full Body HIIPfit Move Of The Week (MOTW) is brought to you by Founder Kyle House! For your exercise enjoyment, we give you the Revolving Press. For this movement you will need a moderate weight. This movement is a combination of a shoulder press with a low lunge. Here are a few benefits of the Revolving Press and why it makes us look and feel good: 

  • Engages your shoulders in the press action.
  • Strengthens your legs and glutes while coming into your lunge position. 
  • Engages core stability in the rotation movement of the lunge.

How to perform the Revolving Press:

  • Start with your feet out wider than your hips, weights are in hand starting out at shoulder position. 
  • Press the weights straight up over head with palms facing each other. 
  • Lower the weights down to your shoulders, rotate on your left foot completely facing the right side. Lower your left knee down to the ground into a low lunge. 
  • Rotate that left foot back to center into your wide stance, press your weights overhead and repeat on the right side. 
  • Repeat these repetitions 8-10 times on each side and get ready for the best version of you!