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Creative Pilates Mat routine incorporating the sponge ball to offer support, resistance, and creativity to target what Joseph Pilates called "The Powerhouse". Improving the mobility and strength of the trunk, hips, and shoulder muscles for better posture and improved joint stability are the goals of this routine.
This strength workout is designed to address muscle weakness and mobility issues with a full body circuit format, transitioning from one exercise to the next for cardiovascular health. Using a TheraBand and a Thigh Band, experience exercises from lower body to upper body. We will be moving thro...
An isometric exercise is a form of exercise involving the static contraction of a muscle without any visible movement in the angle of the joint. They are used for rehabilitation, strength adaptation, hypertrophy, and range of motion training.
In this workout, experience the three main types of...
This resistance training workout will explore the "superset" or long set of similar exercises for the chest, back, and shoulder muscle groups using dumbbells. This is a much more challenging routine, combining four to five exercises for each area with two sets each.