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This seated resistance band workout that is not only joint friendly, but allows you to practice the entire routine from a chair! This workout is designed to strengthen and tone the areas of the back and shoulders. Using a TheraBand, we will be anchoring the band under the body and against the chair.
Just because we are sitting does not mean that the workout is for beginners. Increase intensity by using more than one band or by stretching the band further apart.
This resistance training workout will explore the "superset" or long set of exercises using dumbbells and a thigh band. Supersets can increase the difficulty of the workout and improve muscle gain since you can get more done in the time you have. Performing exercises with similar muscle groups ...
If you are looking to build muscle while working your core, this workout incorporates free weights into your mat Pilates routine. Dumbbells can help add a challenge to your limbs and your core so that you get even better results in the time you have available.
It is said that 50 percent of people with chronic constipation, low back pain and pelvic pain have pelvic floor dysfunction (PFD) — impaired relaxation and coordination of pelvic floor and abdominal muscles. Intensive pelvic floor retraining exercises is often used to treat non-relaxing pelvic f...