Scott Abramouski

Scott Abramouski

Scott Abramouski is a personal trainer at State of Fitness in Lansing, Michigan. He is certified through the National Academy of Sports Medicine.

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Ultimate Leg Exercises with Weights

Going through the motions for most people is where they find themselves on a weekly basis in their current health club. Walk in, grab a towel, sweat,...

An Intense Ab Workout You're Not Doing

Ranging from high-level athletes to individuals who live for the gym, the driving force stays consistent. We are all trying to become stronger, faster,...

CrossFit Competition Workout for Your Legs

Anyone that has ever competed in the grueling Crossfit competitions, whether local, or a national level, an understanding for leg strength is respected....

The Best Single-Leg Exercises for Athletes

The saying "two is better than one" seems to be relevant in the vast majority of real life situations. Situations in which you need help from a second...

4 Better Alternatives to Burpees

The thought that burpees were once the best all around exercise is now coming to an end. Top strength coach Jason Ferruggia stated, "You lift weights to...

Jump Higher With This Depth Jump Workout

Jumping is important for dunking or leaping for a catch, but there's more to it than that. Jumping is all about physics. The more force you can...

The Gambling Man's Push-Up Workout

Sometimes workout equipment isn't available, and you have to resort to bodyweight exercises to fulfill your training requirement for the day. In thi...

Intermittent Fasting: Secrets of Success

Intermittent fasting is not just a diet plan. It's a lifestyle change. It's based on the idea that the human body isn't designed for three full me...

Proper Breathing Technique for Kettlebell Swings

Would you train an Olympic lifting athlete underwater? Probably not. To put it mildly, the lack of oxygen would cause an extreme decrease in perfo...

The Kettlebell and Dumbbell Ladder Workout

When it comes to training, complicated does not always mean better results. You can perform an extreme exercise on a multi-thousand-dollar piece o...