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This core strengthening Pilates routine is designed to not only train our available joint ranges, but to use our muscles to keep joints from moving in the process. We will use a sponge ball in this routine as a prop to help facilitate the movements.
This workout begins in standing with some highly effective squatting motions, then progresses to the floor for some side lying motions to strengthen the hips. We will then move to some supine exercises to put the glutes and hip rotators to directly oppose gravity. Experience some creative ways to use the ball that are fun and effective!
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This bodyweight Hatha Yoga practice is designed to be strengthening in nature, as we focus on the muscles of the lower body and core. After a short warm up to observe range of motion, practice several sequences featuring a breakdown of warrior one and warrior three. Practice several seated twis...
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.
This Yoga flow includes some of of the best balancing postures as well as several bodyweight asymmetrical loading variations. We will start with a warm up on the ground, followed by some vinyasa-style sequences that require control due to their emphasis on the one-leg balance skill. The class f...