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This Express workout packs in 15 minutes of the best gluteal exercises using bodyweight only for resistance. Many exercises that are thought to target this area, but it takes strategic control and focus to make bring the glutes to center stage.
Several floor and standing exercises will be taught, with an emphasis on muscle engagement and endurance. This workout is perfect for counteracting prolonged sitting and inactivity.
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Many people think that Yoga is only for highly flexible people, especially due to the image that we see in marketing. However, with the use of Yoga props, we can make the postures accessible to everyone. Props make feel so much more comfortable, improving one's understanding of the pose.
Mobility issues are often caused by muscle weakness. In this quick 30-minute routine, we will be looking at five different positions of the hip joint using bodyweight as resistance to strengthen muscles and improve mobility.
The five positions we will examine are:
1. Hip Flexion
2. Hip Exten...
The hip is a very complex joint, capable of moving in many planes of motion. By comparison, the knee's structure is primarily capable of flexing and extending. Muscle weakness in these joints can cause pain and tightness. This can make exercise positions difficult to access.