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The feet deal with ground forces pushing up into them and the bodyweight pushing down onto them. In this therapeutic routine, experience standing and seated exercises for the lower leg and foot. A thigh band will be used to add resistance in hip and foot exercises. Be prepared to explore your ankles, feet, and toes and their role in exercise. Improve your ability to walk, move the hips, and rotate through the spine when these muscles are stronger!
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This core training class is designed to strengthen and tone the chest, back, biceps and triceps muscles using a variety of shoulder positions. Using the stability ball as if it were a weight bench, many muscles will be working to keep training positions static against the moving weights, trainin...
Every joint can pronate and supinate, as muscles are constantly resisting and collapsing under gravity to give us the power to move. When we cannot supinate efficiently, it becomes harder to lift our body, jump, stand up straight, and generate power.
Every joint can pronate and supinate, as muscles are constantly resisting and collapsing under gravity to give us the power to move. When we cannot pronate efficiently, we cannot absorb enough elastic energy to propel our body to move forward.
Using dumbbells and a mini ball, this workout foc...