Scott York Fitness Tip – Tight Upper Back Solution

October 14, 2011 by  
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Subscribe for more! youtube.com Tweet me! twitter.com If you exercise for any length of period, you’re eventually going to get tight knotted up muscles. I get them from time to time in my upper back area. Here’s a useful tip to help overcome knotted up muscles using a tennis ball. Scott York has been in the fitness industry for nearly 30 years. Scott has been certified by NASM, ISSA and others as a personal fitness trainer. Scott is married and has 3 young children so he knows how tough it is to stay in shape when you’re responsible for others as well as yourself. This youtube channel is designed to help you get in shape and lead a healthy lifestyle whether you are a beginner or and advanced fitness enthusiast looking to pick up new tips. Topics covered at this channel include: exercise, rehab, mindset, fitness challenges, nutrition, healthy snacks for kids, and much more. Please subscribe to get the latest tips! Thanks 🙂

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3 shocking six pack abs tips

July 8, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Click here to get abs: bit.ly Do you want to know how to get a six pack? Do you want to know what the best “six pack diet” is? Are you looking to find the best six pack abs exercises, and six pack abs workouts? If you are then, great! You’re watching the right video 🙂 In this one, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest KEYS to getting six pack abs. We tell you: — The biggest WORKOUT HABIT that you need to get six pack abs. It’s surprisingly simple, but it’s THE most important factor in whether or not you’re going to get a six pack — The biggest six pack abs DIET factor in your success. Hint: it’s not what you think! — How to ensure you eat healthy for an entire WEEK (it just takes 90 minutes and you are GUARANTEED to stay on track!) — How to get a six pack by making this one small “mental shift.” Many guys don’t realize the importance your mindset has on getting a six pack. But once you make this one small but CRITICAL mental adjustment, you’ll get your six pack abs much faster and easier. And if you want to get serious about getting a ripped body and six pack abs, I recommend using “Afterburn Training.” Afterburn Training is my patented style of training that combines heavy, compound lifts with high intensity cardio. I made a free video giving the scientific proof for why Afterburn Training gets you abs faster than any other way, and showing you exactly how you can use it in your workout. Check it out here: bit.ly

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Six Pack Abs — 3 Quick Tips For Getting Abs

June 20, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Free ab training tips: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com In this video, Dan and I talk about the 3 biggest mistakes that men make when trying to get six pack abs. These mistakes are VERY common — over 95% percent of men who try to get a six pack make them. And this is why most men who try and get a six pack fail. If you want to get six pack abs, you first have to stop making these three mistakes. Then you’ll start seeing more ab definition. We also discuss the effects of direct abdominal exercises, cardio for six pack abs, and the effects of not seeking help to get your six pack abs. For more free tips on how to get a ripped body and six pack abs: 202.sixpackshortcuts.com

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