Video 270 | FIS Hips (30 Minute Workout) with Lauren Eirk
Getting Stronger • 15-Nov-2021
This workout is for all levels, showcasing the FIS Methodology of assessment, isometrics, integration, and progression of resistance training for the hips using a chair, thigh band, and sponge ball.
This workout begins with a standing warm-up using the chair to observe your range of motion. As we move into the chair, we will be using the thigh band and mini ball to work muscles that surround the hip, working with isometric resistance training exercises.
In standing exercises, the chair can be a great tool to work on balance. Notice how this helps you to focus on the integration of the hip, knee, and ankle muscles. Many of these exercises are used in therapeutic routines. This can be progressed with added resistance, speed, and effort.
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