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In this workout, we will go through some of the most comprehensive core exercises for the abdominals, obliques, rectus abdominis, transverse abdominals, spinal erectors, hips, and shoulders. This is a body weight routine that incorporates some of the best core activation exercises around! Get more mobility, have less pain, and feel stronger!
Pilates is known for classic core strengthening floorwork targeting the abdominals, back, hips, and shoulders. In this workout, we will work to specifically target shoulder muscles using a Pilates ring (or magic circle) and a TheraBand. Improve your posture as you combine shoulder movements wit...
If you woke up feeling fatigued, stiff and tight, it may be a sign that your muscles need attention! In this 30 minute Yoga practice, target muscles that attach to the pelvis, hips, shoulder blades, ribs and vertebral column using gentle isometric resistance training.
Train the muscles of the lower body using body mass only. Experience how much resistance you can get from just moving your body and leveraging its mass. A Yoga block will be used in the video to redirect force in several of the exercises, but this is optional.