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This full-body isometric workout has the stability ball as the main character! The ball will add a balance challenge and resistance challenge to the muscles in many positions for a unique isometric workout. Isometrics can activate weak muscles, reduce inflammation, and reduce pain by teaching muscles to contract better over a larger range of motion.
In this creative vinyasa Yoga flow, gently warm-up your body and get yourself energized for the day! We begin with a short meditation and move into a seated asana sequence using the strap. As we then flow into some standing poses, the Yoga block will be used as a resistance challenge to give th...
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help you improve posture using a series of isometric exercises that laterally flex / side bend the trunk and spine using the sponge ball.
These exercises are crucial for spinal stability, as these are the muscles that keep us up...
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute bodyweight workout will help you to flex your hip by strengthening muscles that cross the front of the hip joint. Weakness in this area of the body can cause tightness in the hamstrings and discomfort in the lower back.