Abs (Pooch be gone) / Arms (ByeBye Batwings) / Glutes (Getting junk in the trunk)

Battling the Bosu

Happy December everyone! It’s crazy how fast time flies. I finally got around to putting together my Bosu video. I filmed this one at LA Fitness in Bellevue over the summer, and thus didn’t have the room to myself  (hopefully you don’t mind people doing their thing in the background- just ignore them). This video … Continue reading

Arms (ByeBye Batwings) / Legs (screw cellulite) / Videos (Workout with me)

Upper/Lower Body Intervals with Step

Have you ever been in a tough group fitness class where the instructor is making you do one million reps, and by the millionth one you feel like you need to stop or you might collapse on the floor right then and there? I have. Coincidentally, I think I’ve probably also been that instructor. Well, … Continue reading

Arms (ByeBye Batwings) / Glutes (Getting junk in the trunk) / Videos (Workout with me)

Glutes & Guns

Multitasking. It’s something I’m good at in general, but especially when it comes to exercise. As evident from many of my previous videos, I don’t frequently work just one muscle group. These days, everyone is too busy to spend several hours in the gym working every group carefully and meticulously. With my workouts, you can … Continue reading

Arms (ByeBye Batwings) / Legs (screw cellulite) / Videos (Workout with me)

Total Body Tone: Arms & Legs

I’m starting a total body tone series, but it’s really hard to actually get all muscles in 10 minutes. It makes more sense to break it down so that each 10 minute video will incorporate something different, so that’s what I’ve done here. Today’s video consists of upper and lower body intervals. I start with … Continue reading

Arms (ByeBye Batwings) / Videos (Workout with me)

Beautiful Biceps

The biceps are the most commonly used muscles in arm workouts. While working your biceps can have aesthetic improvements, it also helps build overall upper body strength. The biceps work across three joints: the the proximal radioulnar, humeroulnar and glenohumeral joints (med school, here I come!). Because of this, exercising your biceps can increase strength through shoulders, … Continue reading