3 advanced bodyweight exercises using equalizer

by purelytwins

Today we are turning up the fire for bodyweight exercises. Sharing 3 advanced core moves using an equalizer. We love using our equalizers as they help to take bodyweight exercises and core development to a whole new level and are great for progressing your workouts!

3 core and upper strength bodyweight exercise moves using equalizer.

Who else is excited for The Walking Dead to come back on this Sunday?!?!

We are counting down the days! We don’t watch that much television but we do have a few favorites. The Walking Dead is one of those favs!  We’ve been hooked ever since watching the first few seasons on Netflix a few years ago.  We have fallen in love with the characters on the show. We admit we are a little nervous where the second half of this season is going to go.

What is one of your favorite TV shows?

We have 3 bodyweight moves that we are upping the challenge. Some days we just grab our equalizer and challenge ourselves to moves like these here today.  Equalizer is an awesome home exercise equipment for those looking to add more challenge to their fitness routine at home.

We love this piece of equipment so much we do have an affiliate with them and if you use this link and code at checkout you can save $20 –>> Get yourself an equalizer and save some money – use this code at checkout P2RTEQ20. Thanks for the support.

These are advanced moves so if trying them for first time go SLOWLY. Listen to your body.

Okay let’s do this workout together!

3 advanced equalizer moves for core and upper body strength

Grab your workout buddy and do this workout with us.

*Disclaimer: make sure to consult with your doctor before trying a new workout routine. If you feel any pain or discomfort while exercising, stop.

Equipment:  equalizer

Style of workout:  3 moves using equalizer

Workout focus: upper body and core

There is no magic rep number. Do what is challenging for YOU. Even a few good ones will engage your core and challenge you!

Make sure to leave us a comment down below sharing how you liked this workout. We love hearing from you. It’s motivation for us!

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3 advanced equalizer moves that will strengthen your core and upper body. A fun way to add more challenge to these bodyweight moves.

 

3equalizermoves (Click to download your pdf)

Please note the equalizer pull-ups  are also known as inverted rows.

Please note these moves are not safe if you have diastasis. Lori does not do these moves at the moment. She did pre-baby a few years ago.

I am a powerhouse mantra.

Mantra for week – I am powerhouse!

We want you to repeat this to yourself before every workout this week. Setting a positive intention is great motivation to bring up the intensity.

Remember you are STRONG!! You have everything inside of you to be SUCCESSFUL.

Doing challenging moves like these really help to remind you that you are powerful! You can do anything if you believe and try.

Focus on your power this week. Focus on how you CAN handle anything life brings you this week.

Thanks for working out with us today.

We hope you enjoyed it! Let us know what was your favorite move.  Get yourself an equalizer and save some money – use this code at checkout P2RTEQ20. Thanks for the support.

See you in the next workout.

xoxo

Lori and Michelle

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4 comments

Susan February 8, 2016 - 10:20 am

The second move is called an inverted row. Inverted rows and pullups work different muscle groups. I’m surprised this wasn’t covered during your personal trainer certifications!

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purelytwins February 8, 2016 - 7:22 pm

Thanks for pointing that out. We have seen it be referred to as both, and yes we are aware they work different muscles 😉

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The Fitness Menu February 12, 2016 - 8:29 am

That headstand on the equalizer is impressive! I just started using an equalizer but have found it to be quite helpful. Thank you for giving me ideas to try out!

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purelytwins February 12, 2016 - 2:36 pm

Glad you liked the move. It is a fun one.

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