Dear Dancers - I have created this full length dance conditioning workout (22 mins) just for you! ... These are the fundamental exercises I recommend doing every day (or 5 times per week), either to compliment your regular dancing schedule, or to keep you dancer-strong during quarantine 🙌🏻 💕 💪🏻 ... Follow along with the video until you get used to the moves, then once you are confident with your technique, pick some music you enjoy and do your thing! It shouldn’t take a
I wanted to share this little routine I've put together, as I work to loosen up my tight hip flexors.
If, like me, you are very tight in the front of the hips, the chances are you could benefit from adding more adductions, abductions, and glute isolations to your workouts.
This will help stabilise the pelvis and, in combination with the right stretches, can help release tension or gripping in the hip flexors.
Start with 8 reps of each move on either side, and work up
Working on my single leg strength and stability today with this killer split squat variation 💪🏻💀👌🏻 Placing the back foot in the stirrup of a band provides you with two progressions beyond those of your ordinary split squat: ✅ You experience some serious full body stability challenges - you will really feel glute medius on the side of the front leg working overtime to stabilise the weight-bearing hip
✅ You basically can’t place any weight through the back leg at all - t
Swimsuit season may be almost over, but that’s no excuse for letting your derriere just languish back there..! Here are a few of my favourite moves to keep your entire posterior chain nice and strong - all you need is a kettlebell and a Swiss ball. Be safe out there kids! If you are new to these moves, or are not confident with your technique make sure you start off with a light weight and a trainer to spot you. Once you’re good to go, work up to 2 sets of 8-10 reps of each m