This week's exercise is the kneeling crunch. This is one example of a modified exercise that causes less strain on the neck and back, but still allows you to get the desired workout. In fact, standing ab exercises can be more helpful than on-the-floor moves at improving everything you do in a standing position, from boxing to tennis to golf to carrying your kids.
For many, the idea of exercising is just too much to think about. “I already hurt, how can I possibly exercise?” For too many, it just sounds crazy. Inactivity is pains worst enemy. Not mobilizing or stretching prevents nutrients from getting to painful areas. Oxygen-rich blood that can decease inflammation, restore much needed balance and release those… Continue reading Move It, Or Lose It
This week's exercise is a follow-up to last week's modified "V" ab workout using a wobble cushion. This week, the focus will be on completing the motion hands-free
A wobble cushion is a great tool for ab workouts, helping build strength which ultimately helps stabilize your entire body. Almost any exercise can be modified to include a wobble cushion to add variety to your exercise and also work muscles that wouldn't otherwise be activated. This exercise is a beginner's version of a "V"… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: “V” Ab Workout On A Wobble Cushion
Donkey kicks are the ideal exercise to work the glutes. Resistance bands are easy to use and a great tool to shape and strengthen this muscle group. To complete this exercise: Kneel down on the floor and place the middle of the band around the bottom of one of your feet. Depending on the length… Continue reading Exercise Of The Week: Donkey Kicks With A Resistance Band