Beginner - EQualizer Strength Fundamentals with Jesse
You have to walk before you can run! This EQ workout will help you get stronger at the fundamentals so that you can move your bodyweight with confidence and control. A must for everyone starting on their EQ journey!
Beginner - EQualizer Full Body Blast with JesseFollow Jesse as she get’s you Equalized from head to toe! This workout hits every major muscle group, builds straight and familiarity with the EQ’s and maximizes your workout time. And you get to try and keep up with Jesse!
Advanced - EQualizer Athletic Conditioning with KellyBeing strong is one thing, being able to move athletically is another. This workout takes you through a variety of movement skills, in multiple plans with athleticism, agility and power. This one will definitely take your game to the next level!
Beginner - EQualizer Mobility Workout with Jesse
This is the most important EQ video for everyone to practice. Improving and maintaining your mobility is a necessity for efficient movement, recovery and longevity. Take your time with this one, breath slowly and deeply and ENJOY!
Advanced - EQualizer Advanced Strength Workout with KellyThis EQ workout adds a whole lot of hot sauce to our fundamental strength moves. These compound exercises will challenge your mental and physical strength, build muscle and take your EQ training to the next level. Get ready to feel the burn!
Upper Body Lebert Parallettes Workout by Little T Fitness
Check out this fun but intense 4 exercise upper body workout that includes modifications using the Lebert Parallettes. Burn fat, increase your endurance and build lean muscle with Little T Fitness.
Proper Pushup Mechanics for Shoulder Health with Greg Carver
Pushups are a staple of bodyweight strength and fitness. A military favorite, they can be done by anyone with proper scaling and instruction, and can be performed almost anywhere.
As with any bodyweight exercise, having proper mechanics is important. Pushups can strain the shoulders if not done correctly, leading to problems further down the road. Wrist strain and elbow pain are other common complaints, especially when you are doing high rep ranges.