Friday, July 21, 2017

ActivMotion Bar’s New IGNITE 60-Day Program Balance 1 Workout Review

I am super excited about the new innovative ActivMotion Bar’s new IGNITE 60-day program. The ActivMotion Bar is a hollow body bar with rolling weights inside designed by Derek Mikulski, CSCS. The bar engages unique muscle activation and enhances the calorie burning benefits of your workouts! The 60 Day Ignite program includes 15 online workouts that blend cardio, strength, core work, and flexibility plus anti-aging balance work. Work your muscles in a whole new way with one piece of equipment and have fun while you are working out. The bars are available in multiple weights so you choose which bar is right for you. Keep reading to learn more about this fun and effective new program and stay tuned on the blog for detailed reviews of the new IGNITE workouts. 

ActivMotion IGNITE: Day 1 Balance

You will only need your ActivMotion bar for this 25 minute balance & light toning routine. Each exercise is performed for 30-45 seconds. Modification options are shown throughout to increase or decrease the intensity.

After a warm up, exercises include weighted bridge, side plank arm raise & floor tap, kneeling toe taps holding the bar, walking the "plank" using the bar in various positions, warrior 3 bar tilts, dip & knee pull, lunge pulses, hinged glute raises, warrior 3 & row, squats & squat pulses with bar rotation, and concludes with a stretch.

Using a 6 pound bar, I found this to be a high beginner routine that is appropriate for most fitness levels. Donna keeps things moving in this without a lot of downtime so you really get the most out of your 25 minutes. The bar has markers showing where you should keep your hands for optimal balance. You focus on keeping the balls in the bar from rolling from side to side or staying at one end which really engages your core and works your balance. I received access to this routine to review. 

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