Workout Video Library

Welcome to the ALL NEW Workout Video Library! This is a gigantic list of some of my best exercises as well as those I've learned and incorporated in my years in this industry. This is a resource for online clients, fitness challenge participants, or anyone simply looking to use different movements in their own workout programs! You'll find workouts on here that are beginner, advanced and everything in between. Take a look and see which ones you like best!

Alternatively, you can click the button below to look at the modifications to some of my workouts!


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SAM'S FAVORITES

TRIPTYCH POWER PRESS

This one requires total awareness of what your body is doing on all fronts. You'll do a curl while doing a curtsy lunge, then immediately transition into an Arnold Press as you go into a regular lunge. If you don't keep 100% awareness of your leg placement and hip positioning, you'll lose your balance very quickly. Exercise with care.


STRONG STARS

An exercise that's often referred to as one that's tougher than it looks. While keeping your weight on your HEELS, go ahead and knock out a curl in the squat hold position, then drop the weights and knock out a star jump. Your first three might not get you, but go beyond 6 and you'll start to feel your heart pound and your legs burn.


4 POINT CURLS

One of my personal favorites to do. This requires balance and coordination to pull off while keeping your heels off the ground. As you curl in, bring your knees in with it. Just don't roll backward when you let go of the curl and extend your legs out!


MIGHTY WARHAMMERS

Doesn't the name just SOUND cool?!

This is a fantastic one to work your core. Here's what you've got to keep in mind: your dumbbell starts on the side that you intend to step forward with, and when you come down, it goes ACROSS your body and on the opposite side of the front leg. If you try to step down with the same side you swing at, not only will it feel rather awkward, but you'll most likely lose your balance.


LUNGING LIBERTY

Another one where you have to be conscious of what your body is doing. While one arm is in the curl position, your other arm will be holding a dumbbell straight up as if you're Lady Liberty herself!


WARRIOR'S LEG LIFTS

Pound for pound, my preferred way to do a bench press is when I'm also using my core! Just think opposites! When your legs are down, your bar is up. When your bar is down, your legs are up! Can be done with a barbell or a set of dumbbells, but that's 100% up to you!


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MORE OF SAM'S FAVORITES

SKY SPEARS

The Sky Spears are special because they not only a unique full body exercise, but put your shoulder stability to the ultimate test. The X Factor of the weight you choose will determine not only if you can push it straight up without it veering in or out, but if you can control it on the way back down. Not recommended for a beginner.


CROSS MACHINES

2 Point Curls are great. 2 Point Bicycle Crunches are great. Together, they're a whole new animal. The "Cross" comes from the fact that you'll always be moving opposite arms and legs throughout the movement. Start light and start slow to establish your rhythm without hurting yourself.


HOLY ROLLERS

Slow, methodical, subtle and burning if done long enough. Manipulation of the body is put to the test with this ab workout. Go ahead and see how long you can do them for.


REAPER'S ROD

Identical to a rollout, these are fantastic builders of the deepest part of your core as well as your shoulder mobility & stability. If you're doing these for the first time, don't venture out too far. Play with your distance and allow your body to adapt to the overall movement FIRST. Then begin to test how far out you can go without face planting.


BODY SHOCK BREAKDANCERS

Once you establish the rhythm with these, you're going to have fun with this motion. That is, before it starts to burn. The Body Shock Pushup and the Breakdancer collide into a full body coordination workout! Take these slowly even when you do get the rhythm down so you can truly feel the burn.


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