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Welcome to The Fitness Library. The Fitness Library began as a resource for our personal training and bootcamp clients at Xodus Fitness, but it quickly spread globally, reaching all of you worldwide. We are happy to share our fitness tips, fat loss strategies, training and exercise advice, nutrition ideas and recipes with all of you. The goal of this site is to bring new ideas into your life, motivate you and inspire you to reach new health and fitness goals. Exercise and proper nutrition are the keys to your health and fitness success. Balance is the key and with a little bit of support you can reach those goals in no time. Enjoy the site and feel free to leave your comments, thoughts and ideas. Interested in becoming a contributor. Email us at admin@thefitnesslibrary.com

Bodyweight Squat

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Level: Beginner Personal Trainer Yana Ibrahim from San Francisco’s Xodus Fitness demonstrates an Beginner level Bodyweight Squat Instructions: Start with the feet shoulder width apart and arms by your sides. Feet pointing straight forward. – Begin to sit straight down into a squat. You may extend your arms for balance and stability. – Once you reach a […]

Kettlebell Overhead Squat – Single Arm

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Level: Intermediate/Advanced Strength Coach & Personal Trainer Rich Thurman from San Francisco’s Xodus Fitness demonstrates an Intermediate/Advanced Kettlebell Overhead Squat with Single Arm. Instructions: Start with the feet just about shoulder width apart. From the Racked Kettlebell position, press the Kettelbell overhead. The Kettlebell should be directly over the shoulder joint and the shoulder should be packed […]

Kettlebell Racked Squat

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Level: Intermediate Personal Trainer Rich Thurman from San Francisco’s Xodus Fitness demonstrates an Intermediate level Kettlebell Racked Squat. Instructions: Start with the feet about shoulder width apart with the Kettlebell in the “racked” position (elbow down and ball of the kettlebell resting in the groove between the forearm and biceps). -Engage the upper/mid back, bringing the scapula […]