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  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a dumbbell squat, begin by standing with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  With a dumbbell in each hand, slowly squat down by bending your knees and bringing your hips back. Be sure to keep your feet straight and your kneecaps in line with your 2-3 toes....Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a 2-arm, dumbbell row on the ball, you want to first choose a weight. Begin by lying face down on the ball with the ball placed close to your hips. Make sure that your feet are pointed straight down against a wall or stable object and your glutes and abs are squeezed. From this po...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a dumbbell squat, begin by standing with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  With a dumbbell in each hand, slowly squat down by bending your knees and bringing your hips back. Be sure to keep your feet straight and your kneecaps in line with your 2-3 toes....Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a side dumbbell lunge, begin by standing with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart. Hold a dumbbell in each hand and keep them at hip level. Next, step out to the side and lunge sideways. Your feet should stay pointed forward, with one knee bent and directly over...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a dumbbell chest press, begin by lying on flat bench with your knees bent and your feet pointed straight and flat on floor. Next, hold a dumbbell in each hand at chest level, slightly outside body with your elbows flexed (bent). In one continuous motion, press the dumbbells up toward the...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a dumbbell row, stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  Bend at your waist until your chest is at a 45 degree angle to the ground.  With a dumbbell in each hand, extend your arms and let them hang in front of your body.  Slowly bring your elbows back...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing an alternating dumbbell row on the ball, you want to first choose a weight. Begin by lying face down on the ball with the ball placed close to your hips. Make sure that your feet are pointed straight down against a wall or stable object and your glutes and abs are squeezed. From this...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a bent-over dumbbell row, stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  Bend at your waist until your chest is at a 45 degree angle to the ground.  With a dumbbell in each hand, extend your arms and let them hang in front of your body. Slowly bring your elbows...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing an alternating dumbbell row on the ball, you want to first choose a weight. Begin by lying face down on the ball with the ball placed close to your hips. Make sure that your feet are pointed straight down against a wall or stable object and your glutes and abs are squeezed. From this...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a dumbbell row, stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  Bend at your waist until your chest is at a 45 degree angle to the ground.  With a dumbbell in each hand, extend your arms and let them hang in front of your body.  Slowly bring your elbows back...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts found the following answer helpful:
    There is increasing evidence that a regular exercise routine is essential for people with fibromyalgia (FM). The increased pain and fatigue caused by repetitive exertion makes regular exercise quite difficult. However, those who develop an exercise regimen experience worthwhile improvement and are...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts found the following article helpful:
    The Diet that Scares Off Cancer

    The most-feared health risk in North America is the big C, but in one recent survey not even half of all adults were hip to the do-it-yourself steps that can help wipe out an estimated 400,000 new cases of cancer a year. The great news: There's a bushel basket of fresh reports that reveal how a d

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  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a tubing row, begin by selecting your desired tubing resistance. Hold a handle in each hand and keep your feet straight and flat on floor. Next, hold the handles out in front of you with your elbows extended. In one smooth motion, row back by bringing your thumbs toward your armpits...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts answered:
    When performing a bent-over dumbbell row, stand with your feet pointed straight ahead and shoulder-width apart.  Bend at your waist until your chest is at a 45 degree angle to the ground.  With a dumbbell in each hand, extend your arms and let them hang in front of your body. Slowly bring your elbows...Read More
  • Wendy Batts  - Roswell, GA - Fitness
    Wendy Batts found the following answer helpful:
    The knee is a complex joint composed of bones, cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. This animation tells you about the anatomy of the knee. Read More