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Shoulder press and Muscle Power! Shoulder Press with balance and core strength

April 24, 2012
Shoulder press with balance from body smart. Michael Gonzalez-Wallace shows an exercise to improve balance, coordination and muscle power

Shoulder press with balance from body smart. Michael Gonzalez-Wallace shows an exercise to improve balance, coordination and muscle power

Ever stop to think how many times you stand up from a chair? If you decide to count you can see that atleast 50 times you get up of your chair to do your daily activites from eating, to move around or go to the bathroom so that is way this week i wanted to propose a great exercise to develop strength in your upper and lower body muscles but also adding some balance challenge you will get a phenomenal core workout!

Shoulder press with balance and core strength- Michael Gonzalez-Wallace shows an exercise to strengthen your shoulders, your core and your legs. BODY SMART MAGAZINE photo by Beth Bischoff

In a seated chair, stand tall on a firm secure chair, chest out core engaged spine straight feet less than shoulder width arms bent in a ninety degree angle next to your head hold 10 lbs dumbells palms facing front, stand up and simultaneously raise your right leg up and your arms overhead make sure your posture is straight at all times.. Sit down again and repeat with the other leg. This is one rep. Do it 10 times. beginners do it three times and more advanced 5 times
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