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Working with the stability ball can help develop overall control and strength of the core, increase balance and stability, improve spinal mobility, and enhance postural awareness. See how the stability ball, originally used for spinal rehab, can enhance many classic Pilates Mat exercises. A Pilates ring will be used for further bracing of shoulder and hip muscles as well as added resistance.
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Mobility issues are often caused by muscle weakness. In this quick 30-minute routine, we will be looking at the four motions of the trunk and spine using bodyweight as resistance to strengthen muscles and improve mobility.
The four positions we will examine are:
1. Trunk Flexion
2. Trunk Ext...
Mobility issues are often caused by muscle weakness. In this quick 30-minute routine, we will be looking at five different positions of the hip joint using bodyweight as resistance to strengthen muscles and improve mobility.
The five positions we will examine are:
1. Hip Flexion
2. Hip Exten...
This barre workout will target the lower body muscles that attach to the hip and pelvis. We will perform standing exercises using a support for balance as well as floor exercises that are sure to activate, tone, and tighten the hips, glutes, and thighs.