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The glutes are important muscles of the hips. They set the foundation for proper pelvic alignment and they promote the key movements of hip extension and external rotation. To get the most out of your glute workouts, be sure to … Continue reading
Are you looking for a quick activity to restore your mind, body, and spirit from the craziness of this week? Power through today’s Core Circuit: 15-Minutes Do it for you! WARM-UP (2x) Jog in place: 30 seconds Jumping Jacks: 30 seconds Wide Squats: … Continue reading
Work Your Core and more! WARM-UP Jumping Rope: 30 seconds Jumping Jacks: 30 seconds Ice Skaters: 1 minute Regression: Perform side steps or curtsy lunge Progression: Add hop with back foot off floor Butt Kicks: 30 seconds (fast tempo) High Knee Touch: 30 … Continue reading
Fun Friday Circuit …Make it happen! No regrets! WARM-UP Jogging in place: 1 minute Butt Kicks: 1 minute – 30 seconds (slow tempo), 30 seconds (fast tempo) High Knee Touch, Diagonal: 1 minute – 30 seconds each side Ice Skaters: … Continue reading
8 weeks – 1 fitness challenge each week CHALLENGE #6 In light of Halloween, I have a spooky challenge for you! Frankenstein Walk 10 steps in each direction x 3 Spider Plank 10 repetitions on each side x 3 Regress? Place your elbows … Continue reading
Are you happy with your butt? Do you wish your butt was rounder, fuller, or more firm? While a nice-looking rear end may boost confidence, it is not all about outer beauty – More importantly, your butt muscles aid with balance and prevent injury. … Continue reading
Global Stabilization System Muscles attach from the pelvis to the spine. Main responsibility: Transfer weight between the upper body and lower body Additional responsibilities: Stability between the pelvis and spine, increasing stabilization of the core during functional movements Muscles, include: … Continue reading
Local Stabilization System Muscles that attach directly to your vertebrae (spine). Main responsibility: Intervertebral stability and intersegmental stability…. Stabilize the spine! Additional responsibilities: Proprioception and postural control Muscles, include: Transverse Abdominis, Internal Obliques, Lumbar Multifidus, Diaphragm, Pelvic Floor How do … Continue reading
Phase 1: Corrective Flexibility & Stabilization Endurance Warm-Up Self-Myofascial Release (SMR) Calves (Gastrocnemius/Soleus), Tensor Fascia Latae, Adductors, Quadriceps, Hip Flexors, Latissimus Dorsi Gently foam roll each muscle group until tight (sore) region is felt, and then press and hold foam … Continue reading