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Nasal Breathing

Nasal Breathing

NASAL BREATHING  Concentric & Eccentric: CONCENTRIC: I nasal exhale on the concentric of an exercise. -concentric: when the muscle shortens. This happens when you move against gravity. -e.g. Squat ...[Read More]

Classical Pilates Routine

Classical Pilates Routine

This is a 30-minute Core Mat 1 Pilates Class (classical, of course!). You can do this, even if you are a beginner! This Power Pilates program is based on the principle that "before working the periphe ...[Read More]

How To Activate Your Core (Diaphragmatic Breathing)

How To Activate Your Core (Diaphragmatic Breathing)

Diaphragmatic breathing is a secret weapon. It results in greater spinal stabilization. Chest breathing is a sign there is an underlying stability issue! The diaphragm is the central muscle for breath ...[Read More]

How To Stomach Vacuum

How To Stomach Vacuum

The Stomach Vacuum This is a breathing exercise that targets your deep abs (transverse abs). The transverse abs stabilize your spine. Stability is the prerequisite for strength, mobility and power. Wh ...[Read More]

How to Find Your Low Abs

How to Find Your Low Abs

Once you find your low abs, it will change your game. Low back pain will abate. Hip mobility will improve. You will be able to hinge. This will change your life. Watch it. I chose the letter "C", and ...[Read More]

Core Stabilization Routines

Core Stabilization Routines

Do you find it hard to keep your hips square when you stand on 1 foot? Do you have low back pain? Do you have a core imbalance? Is one side weaker than the other side? Are you tired of not getting str ...[Read More]

Planks

Planks

Front and side planks are internal torque. This means we are using our external obliques, transverse abdominals, and lower abs. The easiest way to excel at this is to maximally contract your glutei ma ...[Read More]

TA Activation

TA Activation

Below are a variety of different exercises you can experiment with to learn how to activate your transverse abdominals (TA) and pelvic floor. I would recommend you do these at least 3 times a week. Wh ...[Read More]