Fitness Tips with Chrissy Zmijewski: The Cable Chop

Chrissy Zmijewski (www.GoddessAthlete.com) teaches you how to safely and effectively execute a cable chop to target the obliques and relieve stress on the back.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Basic Body Burn

A great class to learn the foundations of many martial arts moves, coupled with lively music and aerobic dance moves. This class is a fun way to relieve stress, and become more fit.

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12 Responses to “Fitness Tips with Chrissy Zmijewski: The Cable Chop”

  1. POLITICALYCORRECTify Reply November 19, 2012 at 3:32 am

    This exercise does more damage then good.

  2. I would do u anytime anywhere ; P

  3. By doing extra sets for the main movers, you’re overdeveloping them relative to the smaller stabilizers, which creates unwanted dominance. Instead of pre-fatiguing the main movers, just use lighter weight!

    All directions of chops should be trained, including horizontal. Outside the gym, we frequently rotate horizontally, and therefore it should be trained. Train movements, not muscles. Use broad, dynamic motions, to simulate real-world situations.

  4. has anyone told you that you have great abs…. well they are

  5. good deal well said, going to give this golf swing a go….

  6. Thank you,Chrissy .good details to proper fittness training.bravo tips.

  7. POLITICALYCORRECTify Reply November 19, 2012 at 5:51 am

    This exercise does more damage then good.

  8. I would do u anytime anywhere ; P

  9. By doing extra sets for the main movers, you’re overdeveloping them relative to the smaller stabilizers, which creates unwanted dominance. Instead of pre-fatiguing the main movers, just use lighter weight!

    All directions of chops should be trained, including horizontal. Outside the gym, we frequently rotate horizontally, and therefore it should be trained. Train movements, not muscles. Use broad, dynamic motions, to simulate real-world situations.

  10. has anyone told you that you have great abs…. well they are

  11. good deal well said, going to give this golf swing a go….

  12. Thank you,Chrissy .good details to proper fittness training.bravo tips.