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This 60 minute workout will strengthen and tone thigh, hip, gluteal, calf, and foot 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 easier transitions so that we can keep the workout moving. You will experience abdominal, back and hip work in every exercise. This is truly a mindful experience in control! Appropriate for all levels.
This 60 minute workout will strengthen and tone bicep, tricep, chest, back, and shoulder 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 upper body.
Experience several resistance training exercises with different resistance tools in order to work the total body. Dumbbells, a TheraBand, and a standing support are used in this routine. Each exercise will be taught in a progressive format, then repeated for improved motor learning and strength ...
The knee joint, called a "hinge" joint, bends and straightens but can become stressed or injured with muscle weakness and compensation from nearby joints. In this workout, you will learn about the knee joint and practice some effective exercises to help keep your knee more stable.