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About: Ian Nimblett

Ian Nimblett, CFSC, CSCS, CPT, is a functional strength & conditioning coach, personal trainer, and author. He is the founder and owner of Premier Fitness Group LLC in South Salem, NY, a world-class functional training facility that provides private, semi-private, and group training.

Recent Posts by Ian Nimblett

How to Do a Farmers Walk with a Kettlebell or Dumbbell

Exercises that deliver the most value are my favorite exercises for clients (as well as for my own training). These exercises are typically simple in the sense of, the exercise […]

How to do Kettlebell Swings

The Kettlebell is versatile. You can use it for a farmers carry, progress your front squat from a single dumbbell, or perform a more complex exercise like the Kettlebell swing. Over […]

How to Do the Renegade Row

When it comes to core training, the exercises that impress me are not the crunches or the Russian twists but rather functional exercises (exercises that are actually good for you […]

How To Do The Dead Bug Exercise

This exercise looks simple but don’t let that fool you, it is very challenging! The dead bug exercise strengthens your core, decreases pressure in the lower back, improves posture, and enhances […]

How To Do Rear Foot Elevated Split Squats

I once thought heavy squats and the leg press were the keys to building strength and the best way to work the legs. Like most things, my thinking has evolved […]

Transform Your Workout with Landmine Exercises

As a fitness coach I’m always in search of a better or a different way to help my clients. Sometimes my search leads to new movements, exercises or program evolution, and […]

How to Do a Chinup

If you are looking for a better physique and greater gains in strength, then look no further than doing chin-ups. Most trainers would agree that chin-ups are one of the best upper […]

Sled Training Benefits For Better Results

When it comes to isotonic contractions there are two types of muscle actions: concentric and eccentric training.  Eccentric training is where the good muscular damage occurs but has also been shown to cause […]