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Kansas City American Ninja Warrior fans, who is ready for ANW Season 9?  They are all set up in front of Union Station.  Filming will be Monday April 24th and Tuesday April 25th.  The competitors have been selected; they are just putting the final touches on the course.

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Life Transformations Personal Training in Lee’s Summit, MO shares healthy recipes and tips with clients and the community.  Try out a quick and healthy recipe for Greek Yogurt Ranch Dip.  This recipe is super easy to make and tastes great.  You can make ahead and store in the fridge.  Great to top salads, dip fresh veggies, add to sandwiches or wraps, or even replace high calorie cheese in casseroles.  Who doesn’t like ranch?  This is a family friendly recipe.

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Kansas City American Ninja Warrior fans, who is ready for ANW Season 9?  I know I am.  American Ninja Warrior is coming to Kansas City on April 24-25, 2017.  I have recently been playing around at Apex Climbing Gym in Overland Park, KS in their Ninja Warrior room.  This is a great workout and place to work on balance and grip strength.  Let me tell you what I have been up to.

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Lee’s Summit fitness friends, if you need a quick and effective workout, try this Playground Workout.  Life Transformations personal trainers show you how it’s done. Run or drive to a local park and get your workout done.  Be creative and use the equipment you see to add to this workout and come up with your own fitness routine.  Remember to move fast enough to keep your heart rate elevated, but take it at your own level; you know yourself best.  See you at the playground!

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Molly Wichman IFBB Fitness Pro demonstrates Weighted Hip Thrust. These are a great glutes exercise. You can do these many places, like the Smith Machine (If there is a low setting for a good range of motion), squat rack or just a bench. I like using the BOSU ball so you can easily slide in and out without having to move the heavy bar around.

Grab a BOSU ball and a weighted bar, slide under the bar, put hips on ground and back on the BOSU. Put feet a little wider than hip width, get comfy, push hips up, return to start slowly. Keep this exercise slow and controlled to push with glutes.

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Life Transformations Personal Training has a new trainer. Be sure to say hi to Amber. She has a great passion for health and fitness.
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The Life Transformations Personal Trainers in Lee’s Summit offer personal trainer tips to try and help clients workout in the gym.  Try out the latest personal trainer tip on your next visit to the fitness center.

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Molly Wichman IFBB Fitness Pro demonstrates Single Leg Dumbbell Deadlift.
These are great for the hamstrings and glutes tie in. Grab a Dumbbell, hold in the same hand as your stationary leg, bend forward to desired depth while lifting other leg back, return to starting position. I like to get a good stretch forward, adding the leg lift at the back (make sure toes stay facing forward) and knee up in the front adds to the range of motion. Hold on for stability as needed.
Try it out.

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Molly Wichman, IFBB Fitness Pro, demonstrates Ball Glutes Leg Lifts at Life Transformations Personal Training in Lee's Summit, MO.
Grab a ball and a band. If you don't have a circle band, use a long band tied in a knot. Place band around ankles, Lie forward on the ball, hold on for balance, squeeze glutes and stretch through your toes as you raise and lower your legs. Keep glutes engaged and focus on the body part you are working.

Try these out st the end of your workout or use as a functional cardio exercise. Enjoy!

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Molly Wichman IFBB Fitness Pro demonstrates Single Leg Dumbbell Deadlift at Life Transformations Personal Training in Lee's Summit, MO.

These are great for the hamstrings and glutes tie in. Grab a Dumbbell, hold in the same hand as your stationary leg, bend forward to desired depth while lifting other leg back, return to starting position. I like to get a good stretch forward, adding the leg lift at the back (make sure toes stay facing forward) and knee up in the front adds to the range of motion. Hold on for stability as needed.
Try it out.
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