Essential Skills needed to perform exercise: Balance, coordination, strength
Recommended for : Boot-Camp, Pilates & Yoga, Over-weight Trainings
The GOFLO squat with a tap is an excellent way to introduce the most basic squat of the program. Using your hands on the floor at the lowest position of the squat allows you to get comfortable with the squat before progressing to the more advanced squat. There are two important factors when preforming the squat. Keep your head neutral and always stay on your toes. If you find that you are not able to stay on the toes, readjust the position of your feet until you are able to comfortably squat to a 90 degree angle. The squat is the confidence builder to the explosive moves that come later in the program. The squat also builds strength in the glutes, calves, and quads.
Push-ups are a main staple in any strength and conditioning program. They are a great body weight exercise that can get you really strong.The GOFLO Trainer provides more assistance as it gets fully stretched in the
bottom position while you’re practically pushing your whole bodyweight
as you get closer to the top.
GOFLO Lower Back and Abs Stretching
Main Muscle:Lower Back/Abdominals
An abdominal stretch using the GOFLO Trainer that can be modified to bias for differnt aspects of the abdominal musculature.
Essential Skills needed to perform exercise: Strength ,Balance, Coordination , Flexibility, Explosive power
Recommended for : Martial Art Trainings
GOFLO Reverse Lunge Kicks is an effective lower-body exercise , In addition to working your butt, thighs and calves, this exercise helps increase your overall core strength and balance. The GOFLO Trainer enhance this exercise by adding an explusive power and the ability to pull yourself up and to work on your arms and shoulders.
Recommended for : Pilates, Running, Over-Weight Trainings
This particular version of GOFLO Reverse lunge with Tap,, hits the same major muscle groups as other forms—glutes, quads, hamstrings— but it does so while putting less stress on the knee joints. When the motion is in the opposite direction, as with reverse lunges, the patella tendons are no longer taking the brunt of the decelerating force, which means you can focus more on the muscles you’re training than the achy knees that would otherwise come later.
Recommended for : Pilates, Running, Martial Arts Trainings
This low-intensity exercise, like the forward lunge, strengthens your quads, hamstrings, glutes, and calves. It's a great alternative to the forward lunge for those who are worried about knee injury, as it does not allow your knees to extend beyond your toes.