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This workout includes a standing warm-up followed by standing glute and calf (gastrocnemius) section with dumbbells designed to strengthen the lower body for improved propulsion and power. We will incorporate a chair in several of the exercises.
This section is followed by some killer floor work exercises to train the gluteus maximus, minimus, and medius muscle groups as well as many hip external rotators. Experience resistance challenges from gravity / body weight, dumbbells, and a mini thigh band to help you to feel resistance from many directions.
Strengthen the core and tone many lower body muscles using a variety of positions. Using the stability ball as if it were a weight bench, we will practice stabilizng with the ball using trunk and spine muscles as we strengthen the lower body.
The flowing nature of the ball will allow for easi...
As we age, the spine is subject to everyday stresses that eventually wear down its structures over time. Specifically, the discs that act as cushions between the spine’s vertebrae begin to shrink and get worn down as their moisture content declines. As a result, the vertebral bones begin to rub a...