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God bless you all. Let's not wait til the new year to get in shape. Some snippets of some shoulder exercises that you can do with dumbbells or even gallon jugs of water. Take it slow when first starting out. You can do reps of 15-20 with medium resistance for beginners. Enjoy #LivFit #2019 #theyearoflights

Great morning everyone. Looking to get those lean sculptured shoulders? Try these cable raises to the side. Going a little pass 90 degrees to get that flexion in your deltoids. I will be posting videos for you to do to knock off a few pounds before #IPPC. Is it possible? The Bible says in Matthew 19:26 with God, ALLLLL things are possible. #LivFit #monthofministry #yearoflights #fitness #exercise

Here's just 2 benefits of drinking water and why it's so important. 1. FUEL UP We often reach for something caffeinated — like coffee, tea, or an energy drink of some kind — when we need a boost of energy, but the truth is that keeping hydrated with water can often be all we need to fuel up. That’s because water plays an important role in fueling our muscles, giving them the hydration they need to perform in an optimal fashion during physical exercise. Ever been working out or playing a sport and experienced a painful or uncomfortable cramp? Chances are you didn’t drink enough water that day. Additionally, staying hydrated can help you avoid painful muscle tears and pulls 2. RELIEVES FATIGUE Did you know that fatigue is one of the first signs of dehydration? If you feel sluggish and tired half way through the day, you might not be consuming enough water. With an inadequate amount of water in the body, your blood volume level drops. In turn, your heart works harder to pump oxygenated blood into the bloodstream. Other organs also work less efficiently, but drinking more water can help the body function better. Instead of reaching for an afternoon snack of candy or a cup of joe, opt for lemon water. #LivinFit #MonthofThanksgiving #thanksgiving #fitness #blessed

Great morning saints. Have you been working out lately? It's the second half of the year, and it's never too late to start now. Here's a fitness motivation video to work your back using heavy weights. Heavy are used to add more muscle and size. By doing low reps of 5-8. Doing 3-4 sets is great. Tell yourself that "I will workout 3-4 times a week and live not only a spiritual life, but also a healthy life." Enjoy and have a blessed day. #Livinfit #LivingFit #Fit #Blessed #Thanksgiving #MonthOfThanksgiving

Great morning. It's the second half of the year. Have you started exercising yet? Let us strengthen our backs with some seated rows. Great for your back and biceps. You can do it. The ability to cause changes is at work in you. #LetsGo🙌🏿 #LiveFit #thanksgiving

How about some high repetition Deadlifts? This is also some great cardio while building muscle and burning fat. Will definitely get your heart rate going. Try them out and let me know what you think #LivingFit

Great morning everyone. Are you looking to get those nice toned arms? Back of your arm is not what you want it to look like? Try focusing on doing triceps push downs. You want to make sure that you fully extend your arms going down. Squeeze at the bottom for 1 second, then come back up to the middle. As you bring it to the middle, you will feel your abs contracting. Which is also great. For mass building use heavy weights, and low reps of 6-10. For toning use light weight, and high reps of 15-20. Enjoy. Let me know how it worked. Any questions feel free to ask. So many benefits in Working out, "properly". #LivingFit #themonthofleadership #leadership #monthofleadership

Great morning, afternoon and night around the world. Not always do you need to workout in the gym. Why not go outdoors? Summer is creeping up. In this video I am showing my sister proper technique for squats. Key is to make sure that your knees don't go pass your toes. Exhale while coming up, and inhale when going down. It's a great exercise for your legs, glutes and core. Using your body weight, will help tone your legs verses building mass. Feel free to ask any questions. Also, if you have any fitness videos, please share. Thank you and God bless. #LivingFit #blessed #monthofdirection #themonthofdirection

Great morning ladies and gentlemen. Have a surprise for you. It's The Superman himself @martin_pk doing Arm exercises in the gym. Showing us that it is important to stay in shape and healthy. It's not only through prayer that he's able to move the way that he does. Taking care of himself physically, also helps his endurance on stage. First exercise is The "Drag" for the biceps. This concentrates on the peak of the bicep and the forearm Second exercise that he performs is for your triceps. It's a very advanced movement which not only involves the core, but really hits the triceps. Third exercise is also for your biceps. While sitting and performing this exercise makes it more challenging. This stops your arms from fully extending all the way down. So this requires your biceps to really work. Thank you again Superman for this glorious video. I'm sure we will are more to keep motivating the brethren to stay fit. #LivingFit

Great morning everyone. I've been asked over the years, "Why do you take protein powders and ate they effective?". Here's a great article by Jillian Michael's on protein powders. Enjoy #LivingFit https://www.jillianmichaels.com/blog/food-and-nutrition/life-changing-benefits-protein-powder

Great morning! Here's a great exercise for your chest and your hamstrings that you can do in the gym. 1) Pec Deck. Grabbing both handles on the Pec Deck machine you want to squeeze chest together and hold the position for 2 seconds, then release. Keeping your back flat against the padding. Also, make sure you exhale while squeezing your chest together, then inhale as you release. 2) Leg Curl. If you look real close at this exercise, you will see that as i bring my legs down(eccentric), my toes point forward. This will give a great contraction on the hamstring muscle. Then when coming up(concentric) i flex my toes downwards. A great exercise for the back of your legs. For Mass building, you can do reps of 8-10 with a heavy weight. For a more lean/ripped look, you can do reps of 15-20 with a medium/light weight. Both exercises do 3 sets. Feel free to ask questions and comment. If you have any fitness content please send it so i can post on this page. Enjoy. #LivingFit

Continuation of the previous video. #LivingFit

Great morning. Let's start the week off right with some dumbbell rows. Great exercise for your Back/ lats, erector spinae, traps, biceps. Here's how to perform the exercise. 1) Pull the dumbbell straight up to the side of your chest, keeping your upper arm close to your side and keeping the torso stationary. Breathe out as you perform this step. Tip: Concentrate on squeezing the back muscles once you reach the full contracted position. Also, make sure that the force is performed with the back muscles and not the arms. Finally, the upper torso should remain stationary and only the arms should move. The forearms should do no other work except for holding the dumbbell; therefore do not try to pull the dumbbell up using the forearms. 2)Lower the resistance straight down to the starting position. Breathe in as you perform this step. 3)Repeat the movement for the specified amount of repetitions. 4)Switch sides and repeat again with the other arm. Don't forget, summer time is coming 😊💪🏿💪🏼💪🏻. Again, feel free to ask questions and send fitness content #LivingFit Part 2 is on the next video ➡️

This is the continuation of the previous video on "Deadlifts"

Good evening and afternoon everyone. Want to share with you a Deadlift using the Smith machine bar. Very effective exercise for your glutes, lower back, forearms, quads, shoulders etc etc.... I am using this bar so I can demonstrate proper form. Always remember to exhale coming up and inhale going down. This is a great exercise to increase hormone and testosterone levels. When those levels are increased, you will be able to burn fat(if that's your goal) and build more muscle(if you are looking to bulk). Enjoy this exercise. Part 2 is on the next video. Feel free to ask questions. Let use this page to educate one another through fitness💪🏿💪🏻 #LivingFit

Morning #motivation. Rise and shine. That spirit that dwells inside of you, can cause you to rise up every morning and get at least 30-60min of exercise. I believe in you and know you can. God bless 💪🏿💪🏻💪🏽 Let's get " #Livingfit " trending

Here's our #ManOfGod on fitness. Morning motivation. Let get serious about it. https://www.instagram.com/p/BvbGUomhKjB/?utm_source=ig_share_sheet&igshid=44mcodcmwxzd 💪🏿💪🏻🥇 #LivingFit #pastorchris

**SQUATS!!** Great morning/afternoon everyone. This is one of the most popular exercises on the planet. So beneficial. The Squat is a compound, full-body exercise that trains primarily the muscles of the thighs, hips and buttocks, quads, hamstrings as well as strengthening the bones, ligaments and insertion of the tendons throughout the lower body. Squats are considered a vital exercise for increasing the strength and size of the legs as well as developing core strength. Squats are typically used to tone back, thigh, and hip stability, the lower back, the upper back, the abdominals and the trunk muscles are all essential to the exercise when squatting with the proper form. In this video @transformbynaph is demonstrating a squat on The Smith Machine. A machine that guides you in a vertical direction. Great for beginners. Try it out with or without the machine and tell me how it went or if you have any questions. Enjoy #LivingFit

Great morning/afternoon to everyone. Here's a quick routine for the morning time. Yes men can do it also. If you find it easy, repeat the steps 2-3 times. Rest time in between for the advanced should be no more than 30 seconds. Novice/beginners 35-60 seconds. Enjoy. 💪🏿💪🏻 #Livingfit #Fitnesss

Would like to lose that "Back Fat" or have that V shaped upper body before the summer starts? Here's a demonstration of Lat Pulldowns by @transformbynaph that focuses primarily on your back(lats, scapula, Rhomboids) and secondary your biceps. Remember to not jerk back to bring the weight down to your chest. Proper form is key! Enjoy. #LivingFit

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