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In this practice, we will focus on the hips and core in a grounded, strong and balanced sequence of poses. In Yoga, this area is often called "Root Energy" of the body, which is the foundation of our physical and emotional health.
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help strengthen muscles that move and stabilize the ankle joint (talorcrural) in dorsiflexion and plantar flexion. No euipment is needed for this workout except for a chair in a few of the standing exercises.
This workout is designed to strengthen muscles of the upper, middle, and lower chest muscles plus the triceps (back of the arms) using dumbbells. Experience sequences that will challenge similar joint actions, designed with a logical progression. This "pushing" strength workout is appropriate f...
The hip is a very complex joint, capable of moving in many planes of motion. By comparison, the knee's structure is primarily capable of flexing and extending. Muscle weakness in these joints can cause pain and tightness. This can make exercise positions difficult to access.