We are starting a 9 session Weekday Fitness Boot Camp at Calvary Bible Church in Lodi starting Wednesday July 6th! Our Boot Camp will be 3 days per week for 3 weeks! Guaranteed to challenge, inspire, and encourage you to reach your personal fitness goals! Come out at dawn and train next to the beautiful Mokelumne River Nature Area! Camp is one hour, 5:00 – 6:00 a.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Boot Camp Price is $49.00!
This Boot Camp is something that the Lord put on my heart a couple of weeks ago and I am so excited to be able to share it with all of you. Because Calvary has been so kind to let us use their Nature Area for our Boot Camp, Cosmopink Style Personal Training will be donating 50% of our total profit to the church.
This is my home church that my family and I attend regularly on Sundays and the church that brought me back to Christ – I have a big place in my heart for our pastor and congregation and I thank the Lord for them! We have been talking about ways we as Christians can help in our community and what our natural strengths and talents are and how we can help out in many ways we don’t even realize. I want to help you get fit and help my church who gives our community so much.
To sign up, contact me at email@example.com or by phone at 916.616.1696.
Why should you do Inverted Rows?
1.)Its one of the best ways you can start strengthening and conditioning the muscles in your back, arms, and abs to being able to pull up your own body weight without using the legs to help you up.
2.) Another added bonus is that there isn’t any extra stress placed on your back because you are in a supine position.
3.) This exercise is no partner needed – so if your by yourself its okay! No spot required!
What Equipment You Need:
Inverted Rows can be performed using a smith bench or a regular squat rack with the bar set at about waist level or lower – depending on your height. You want to make sure that when you lower yourself down you aren’t bottoming out on the floor.
How to Perform:
First start by getting under the bar and grabbing with a slightly wider than shoulder width over hand grip, just like a regular bench press.
Second, your abs should be pulled in and your legs should be straight out in front of you with only your heels resting on the floor – this is so you don’t cheat!Your body should be in about a 45 degree angle and the center of your chest should line up with the bar.
From here you are going to pull yourself towards the bar squeezing the shoulder blades together and opening up the chest at the top of the movement, then slowly lower yourself back down to the start and repeat.