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The hip is a weight-bearing, complex joint that moves in a variety of motions that takes on a lot of stress throughout the day. Prolonged sitting and repetitive activities can cause hips to lose strength and range of motion.
In this class, I take you through various yoga asanas that target the hip in extension, rotation, abduction and adduction using a yoga strap and block. Experience isometric resistance training designed to activate and progressively strengthen hip muscles while improving range of motion
If you need a quick boost, this 15-minute isometric routine will help you strengthen core muscles and help give you improved spinal stability in sidelying bodyweight exercises for the hip and spinal joints. In the spine, this is lateral flexion. In the hips, this is abduction. No equipment nee...
We stand on one leg in normal walking every day. Improve your standing balance in this Yoga-Pilates Fusion class by training a variety of Pilates inspired hip sequences followed by a complementary Yoga balancing posture. This full-body approach to balance training will help improve your hip, kn...
This jam-packed hour is devoted to strengthening the arms, shoulders, and abs using multiple sets and reps using dumbbells for added resistance. The focus of this workout is to build muscle and improve definition in the shoulders, arms and abdominal regions.