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In this workout, notice how the stability ball transforms so many exercises that we have done so many times. The ball adds an element of stability training and fun so that we can add a freshness to our exercise routine. You will need some light and heavy dumbbells for this workout, which will be done twice.
Exercises chosen are done in the supine bridge, standing, and prone over ball positions in a flowing format. Whenever the ball becomes too challenging, feel free to do the exercises without in their traditional format.
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This protocol is intended as a guide to help anyone at zero-six week in dealing with post-operative Achilles tendon repair or achilles injury. These exercises can also help with achilles tendonitis and as a preventative measure for achilles health. This routine is based on the individual's own ...
On Day 5 of the mobility series, we will look to strengthen the muscles involved in rotating through the trunk and spine. As we rotate through the spine, you will notice movement coming from the shoulders and hips to accommodate trunk rotation,
We begin by exploring our ability to reach across ...
On Day 4 of the mobility series, we will look to strengthen the muscles involved in pulling things towards our body. The motions include shoulder extension, shoulder abduction / retraction, and elbow flexion. Within this, we also look at the spine's involvement in the pull.