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This workout incorporates a chair to add a lot of challenge and fun to our leg and glute training. Chair workouts are often thought of as easier, but not here! Having a chair for one-leg balance exercises like single leg squats and deadlifts actually help you work harder, since falling is not an issue. Also, propping up one of your limbs or the torso add a ton of challenge!
In this workout, we will practice seated, standing and supported versions of squats, deadlifts, lunges, bridges, and isolated lower body exercises. I recommend using more than one size dumbbell so that you can change intensities when necessary! Bodyweight is also an option with these challenging exercises.
The Pilates Magic Circle, or RIng is a very versatile tool, fitting comfortably inside and outside the legs, arms, and trunk. In this class, we will practice several creative variations of traditional Pilates mat exercises to strengthen the inner and outer thigh regions. Many of the positions w...
Both the stability ball and the "mini" sponge ball can act as an amazing tool to help support the joints, add resistance, and cause us to have to react to the moving surface. Each providing resistance, they are different sizes and designed for different exercises. They are both considered to be...
This workout is designed to be creative and fun, allowing you to focus on specific areas of the body. Each has three variations, called TRI-sets! Many modifications are given for each exercise. The ultimate goal is joint integrity, muscle strength, and improved motor learning.