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Isolation exercises are fantastic for targeting and engaging specific muscle groups. Isolation resistance workouts allow you to focus on specific areas of the body which needs greater attention, whether due to injury, underuse, or weakness.
The focus of this class is to build hip and gluteal muscles in various planes of motion and joint positions by placing the majority of the load them, without targeting other areas of the body. Experience resistance work for the glutes, hip abductors, hip adductors, and hamstrings using dumbbells and a stability ball to increase the challenge.
If you are new to resistance training or have gotten off course, this workout will re-introduce strength training to you! Beginning with a warm-up, enjoy bodyweight exercises to get you aquainted with your range of motion and strength. As we proceed, experience several upper body exercises with...
If you are new to resistance training or have gotten off course, this workout will re-introduce strength training to you! Beginning with a warm-up, enjoy bodyweight exercises to get you aquainted with your range of motion and strength. As we proceed, experience several lower body exercises with...
Experience several resistance training exercises, each using a different resistance tool: dumbbells, a thigh band, and a stability ball. Each exercise will be taught in a progressive format, then repeated in their entirety for improved motor learning and strength gains.