The Fitness Integrated Science on-demand subscription service is designed to help you achieve and maintain muscle health. Nationally recognized Muscle Activation Techniques MATRx Full Body Specialist, Certified Yoga Therapist C-IAYT, and Certified Yoga Instructor E-RYT 500 Lauren Eirk, MS provides a thorough, biomechanically-based approach to help your pinpoint your weak areas, correct strength imbalances, reduce pain and inflammation, and restore mobility.
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This workout will combine the challenge of standing barre work with the logic of mat Pilates using the mini band to target the hip muscles. Enjoy the benefits of strengthening the foot and ankle while in a standing position while strengthening hips, glutes, and thighs.
If you are new to Pilates, core training, or exercise in general, this workout will help you feel more confident. This gentle Pilates flow is composed of exercises that strengthen your abdominal, back, hips, and shoulders using body-weight only. You will get some great modifications so that any...
This is a mix of isometric Yoga positions as well as effective Core training exercises from Pilates. Anyone can do this class, as Lauren will give plenty of modifications for various fitness levels. A small Pilates sponge ball and Yoga Strap will be helpful to gain better resistance input.
This core workout combines exercises to work the abs, back, shoulders, and hips with the stability ball and bodyweight alone. Experience a variety of moves for an hour jam packed with effective core work for improved spinal mobility and muscle development using the FIS Method