Fitness Integrated Science TV is a streaming fitness service that focuses on active aging, joint rehabilitation, and muscle health, created by renowned fitness professional Lauren Eirk, MS, MATRx, C-IAYT, YACEP.
Monthly members have access to hundreds of premium workout videos including Isometric Training, Muscle Focused Workouts, Strength-Based Yoga, Pilates and Barre. Improve muscle weakness with Therapeutic Routines, Strength and Conditioning, Chronic Pain Solutions, Body Weight Workouts, Challenges, and more. Members also enjoy free access to Fitness Integrated Science’s private Facebook group for additional support, LIVE weekly classes, weekly programs and Coaching Guides, motivation, and education.
The focus of this workout is to strengthen pelvic floor muscles and hips in order to support all stages of pregnancy. You will need Yoga blocks and a blanket to sit on for support. Cues are given throughout to modify the workout based on the trimester and specific needs.
Warm Up (seated)
Pelvic Floor / Breathing Exercise
Spinal Stabilization Exercises
Down-Dog to Standing Transitions
Squatting with blocks
Half Moon, Standing asana series
Seated hip stability with breathing exercises
Pelvic Floor Muscular Work
Elastic resistance can be very effective in minimizing joint stress so that we can effectively train. In this workout, we will use the TheraBand and the thigh band strategically to maximize training results and align with our joint mechanics to strengthen the effects of your Yoga practice. This...
This Yoga class features longer hold times and mindful muscle engagement. No props are needed for this bodyweight routine, as we will be using isometric contractions throughout to activate more muscle involvement.
Purchase a Mat on Amazon
Yoga Mat: https://amzn.to/2ZDSMrH
On day four of our 5 day Glute Challenge, you should notice that your range of motion at the hip is already improving with the strengthening focus of days one-three. Today we moving back into bodyweight training with strong Yoga practice designed to improve joint range of motion.