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This Barre workout focuses on standing and floor exercises using bodyweight, dumbbells, and gliding discs to provide resistance to the hips and thighs while performing motions of hip extension, flexion, abduction, and rotation using the core muscles to maintain the positions. Work on muscular symmetry and balance, improving overall endurance and tone.
Appropriate for beginners, as we will move at a moderate pace with many modifications.
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This 60 minute workout is designed to strengthen muscles that flex, rotate, side-bend, and extend spinal joints in a variety of positions for better overall core strength. The focus is to expose and strengthen muscle imbalances by improving contraction responsiveness. The instability of the the...
This 60 minute workout is designed to strengthen hip muscles that adduct, abduct, flex, extend, and rotate the hip joint in a variety of positions. The focus is to expose and strengthen muscle imbalances by improving contraction responsiveness. The instability of the the ball requires the use o...
Leaning out requires sound nutrition, resistance training, and an initial calorie deficit. In this workout, we will be focusing on high repetitions using bodyweight, a TheraBand, and a sponge ball. This workout has more of an endurance feel, much like cardio, with steady training.