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Tag: joint isolation
Stability Ball Opposite Arm and Leg Reach
The essence of this exercise is about maintaining low ab engagement and contact of your low back on the mat even as your arms and legs move. Prior to picking your feet up off of the floor, engage your transverse abdominus by drawing the belly button down toward your spine. In order to bring your […]Read More
What is Pilates
Pilates is a full-body workout meant to strengthen the whole body, small and large muscles alike, as well as improve flexibility and mobility throughout the body. Typically a low impact workout, pilates can be done using props, machines or just your own body weight. History of Pilates: Created by Joseph Pilates in the early-to-mid twentieth […]Read More
Joint Health: Arm Exercise Scapular Stabilization-Hug a Tree
Get the most out of your arm exercises and protect you shoulder joints with some arm and shoulder blade isolation! Shoulder mobility and stability are extremely important for our everyday lives. A lack of either stability or mobility can lead to shoulder and neck pain and injuries. We often move our arms and shoulder bones […]Read More
Joint Health – Standing Marches with Hip and Leg Isolation
Make your hips feel good through isolation! We all tend to let gravity win and compress our joints in the process. This creates more wear and tear on our hips than is necessary. Our hip and leg are connected by a ball-and-socket joint that is held together with muscle, tendons and tissue. Despite our legs […]Read More