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This lower body workout will help you keep your lower body muscles strong and responsive. You will need a thigh band for hip exercises (or tie a TheraBand in a circle) and dumbbells to challenge the big muscles of the upper and lower legs. All levels welcome.
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The ball is the best prop to use when strength training. It allows you to position the body in unique ways to encourage joint support and greater range of motion to get more from your exercise routine. This class will move at a comfortable pace using modifications and cues throughout.
In this workout, we will practice some of the traditional Pilates Mat exercises while incorporating dumbbells and elastic bands to add resistance to the arms and legs! You will get a great full-body workout with a variety of exercises moving at a consistent pace. All levels welcome!
This workout targets bigger muscles of the lower body by performing several isolated and integrated leg exercises using bodyweight and dumbbells for resistance. We are targeting the muscles are essential for our overall function, as they are responsible for fighting gravity, supporting our trunk...