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Happy Halloween! This Hatha Yoga practice will provide much challenge to the lower body and spinal regions. In our warm-up, we will visit our active range of motion and begin engaging muscles that cross the hip and knee. Moving into some standing poses, the ball will not only support the hips, but often completely alter the resistance challenges we feel.
Experience some positions and motions unique to stability ball training to load the hips and glutes. Also, the moving ball will cause the trunk and spine to have to stabilize joints in every position. All levels welcome, as modifications will be given throughout.
The shoulder blade, clavicle, and upper arm (humerus) make up the four major joints of the shoulder, including its position on the rib cage. In this video, we will practice specific exercises that improve not only shoulder mobility, but also shoulder function to keep from injury. A chair and a ...
The cervical spine is often tight and painful when other nearby joints cannot pick up the motions needed by the individual. The neck is the most mobile area of the spine and often picks up unnecessary motions.
In this therapeutic strength routine, we will perform four separate exercise combin...
When we think of hypertrophy training, it usually involves both sides of our body's limbs moving together. However, when we only move from one side, the other has to brace itself and assist nearby joints for the structure to be stable enough to create the exercise.