Develop Confidence In Key Weight Loss Movements

After recently wrapping up the Performance workout series of programming from the Cybex Workout Center, we are moving into another series of workouts for you to try. As part of helping you get #FitIn15 we know that weight-loss is going to be on the top of many of your lists when setting your 2015 fitness goals. Lucky for you, we've got a four-step series to help you achieve success.

Workouts from Cybex

Develop Confidence in Key Moments

In the first workout of our Weight Loss series, the intent is to build a base of strength and work capacity to carry you through the upcoming programs (Train to Improve, Train to Win, Train to Maintain) that we will share in this category over the coming weeks. Mastering the movements will be vital in your success as the intensity and workloads increase, so it is essential that you work on them until you have the confidence to move forward. 

What You Need

Equipment

  • Cybex Eagle NX Line: Leg Press, Chest Press, Row, Abdominal, Torso Rotation
  • Cybex Arc Trainer
  • Box

Total Time

Approximately 30-45 minutes

Workout Tip

Keep a rhythmic tempo during all exercises. When you begin to lose rhythm, or start to fatigue, move on to the next exercise.

Note: For more information and animated demos, view this Weight Loss workout in the Cybex Workout Center.

Weight loss workout from Cybex.

(click the image to download the workout PDF)

Why this Program Works

Using blocks of bodyweight and machine exercises, this workout will burn calories and keep your metabolism high for hours. It utilizes tri sets and super sets to allow one muscle group to slightly recover as you target an opposing group. This style of workout will allow you to really focus on the form and movement of each exercise before you give it your all in one final burn-out set.

Disclaimer

Cybex is a provider and manufacturer of premium commercial fitness equipment. Content featured in the Cybex Fitness Blog is meant to inspire healthy living and wellness and should not be taken as medical advice. As always, be sure to consult a physician if you are unsure of your individual exercise readiness or have a pre-existing medical condition. While these programs offer great benefits, there are many considerations that should be weighed before attempting any type of physical activity.

Comments (1) -

  • Michael Lee

    1/20/2017 12:07:17 PM |

    very informative.  thanks.

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