Start here to increase breath control by inhaling and exhaling fully. The more oxygen in your lungs and bloodstream, the more energy you'll have.
Open up your chest and release tension in your Thoracic (upper) spine (the area just below your neck and between your shoulder blades). This move helps keep your shoulders out of your ears to avoid feeling hunched.
Your glutes are your tires. Keep them inflated to help you move through life strong, supported and stable. Strengthen your hamstrings and glutes while increasing the flexibility of the front of the leg.
Keep your spine flexible so you can bend, twist and reach further: do everyday tasks with more ease or be more agile in your tennis game.
Feel like a kid again and challenge your center of gravity. Massage and open the back to feel and keep a youthful spine. Note: this exercise is not recommended for anyone with osteoporosis.
Swimming is fun! Create that feeling of being weightless in the water while strengthening and lengthening your upper and lower back, engaging your abdominals and working your entire body.
As we age, keeping our hips strong and flexible becomes more and more important for mobility. Feel the freedom of riding a bicycle while you engage your core and strengthen your hips with this exercise.
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