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Tip for next weeks Telebilitation Routine

The goal of a typical lunge is to strengthen quads, hamstrings, glutes in an athletic or aesthetic context. The goal of a DB Lunge is to build a stronger foundation and improve kinetic hygiene. Pay extra attention to these two first instructions to prepare for our next Telebilitation show next Wednesday. Practice alignment, check yourself […]

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Tuesday Tip

Tips to help you perfect pelvic tilt: • First, give thought to your base at the beginning, and throughout each repetition. • Also, balance something flat; such as a board, measuring stick, or even a rigid pillow, across your knees to provide feedback resulting from unwanted aberrant movement.

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Motivation Monday

It’s the first Monday of the new year, a wonderful time to do ease into some stretching. Just a few min is better than nothing!  

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Saturday Squats

Drop into some Sit-Squats and hang back! Hold here for 3 counts. Keep your eyes, head and shoulders dropped to form a line extending from the upper body through the fingertips. Train those foundation muscles and challenge your balance, and you’ll feel that anaerobic mood boost! . .

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Fitness Friday

Looks like a squat, but it feels like a whole lot more than that! . . The DB Sit Squat starts smaller, goes slower and holds longer to affect #FoundationStrength. #SitSquat is all about foundation control, find the edge and hang on for dear life! . . If you feel like you’re falling backwards, you’re […]

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Thoughtful Thursday

Use a mirror or ask a friend to check your front knee and make sure it’s at 90 degrees when you do the lunge stretch. . . KEEP THE KNEE OF THE FRONT LEG OVER YOUR HEEL. Avoid drifting your knee over the mid-foot or toes. Slide your back leg (knee) backward or wiggle your […]

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Tuesday Tips

Holidays=excessive sitting. Lounging, driving, deadlines that chain you to the dreaded chair… chances are that you have some nagging front hip pain. Take a break and ease into this lunge stretch to find some relief. . . TIP: Notice how her right hip is rotated back and her low back is arching. We can get […]

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