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This Barre workout focuses on standing and floor exercises using bodyweight, dumbbells, and a sponge ball to provide resistance to the shoulders, back, chest, and arms while performing motions of trunk extension, flexion, sidebend, and rotation to maintain the positions. Work on muscular symmetry and balance, improving overall endurance and tone.
This is appropriate for beginners, as we will move at a moderate pace with many modifications. We will use a circuit format, with various focused segments.
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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.