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As promised, I am sharing more workout content and today I’m sharing some moves that are key for toning and working out stiffness in your joints. I find them to be helpful when done when you wake up, but you can do at anytime of the day. This exact combo I of exercises was shared in Self Magazine and you likely have done may together or individually for years.
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It is so important to keep your core strong. I personally have a deep tissue spasm in my back from years ago and through core strength and posture awareness I have been able to quiet the symptoms. As you know, when the body is out of alignment you begin to have issues throughout the body structure. Your core plays a direct role in this because of how the ligaments, muscles, etc wrap to the body. Your glutes also go hand in hadn’t with this to makeup the key overall strength areas.
Here is a quick 10 minute workout to address these areas and leave your body feeling refreshed and strong.
1. The Bridge.
Lie on your back with your hands down by your side. Lift the glutes into the air then squeeze. Breath in as you lift up and exhale as you move down. Do 3 sets of 8 reps.
2. The Single Leg Bridge.
Lie on your back hands to the side lift either leg up as well as your hips. Hold and squeeze come down and repeat 8 times each leg for 3 sets each.
3. Leg Circles.
Lie on your side and lift one leg about 12 inches in the air. Begin going counter clockwise as you make small circles. Do each leg. 3 sets of 8
4. The 100’s.
Lie on your back lift head and legs up arms to the side. Now begin pumping your hands up and down for 100. You’ll feel this burn! 1 set of 100
That’s it. Do this at least 3 times a week to start toning. You can absolutely do it more, but listen to your body as it will tell you when you need a break. Just as a reminder, I am not a certified trainer or doctor. Please consult one or the both before adopting any training routine into your daily lifestyle.
Have a great day!