Class #1823

Spine Corrector Workout

50 min - Class
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Description

Find elongation in your body while staying connected to your core in this Spine Corrector workout by Sharon Gallagher-Rivera. She works on strengthening and stretching your entire body with exercises like the Teaser, Side Overs, and Swimming. Sharon's guests, Jackson, Quailet, and Nadia, move so beautifully in this class and we know you will too!
What You'll Need: Spine Corrector, Yoga Strap, Moon Box, Hand Weights

About This Video

Transcript

Hi there. I'm Sharon Gallagher Rivera and we are here to do spine corrector today. I have my lovely, uh, models, students, Jackson, Colette and Nadia. Uh, we have a lot of props today that we're gonna...

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Milk and cookies.
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I'll come back to this one when I'm tired
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If you're tired when you start this class, Pele, then you might not be able to get to the end of it... I found it tough !! Or is it because i'd taken one of Leah's reformer workouts before ? So yes, some of it was quite challenging to me (especially the side bending), but I loved it all. The chest stretches with the weights felt delicious ! Thanks Sharon :))
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Thanks
I find this class well rounded.
I love your teaching style, you explain everything in such simple way .

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One question:
You think that the roll over here is the best preparatory to the same on the mat than short spine ?
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Wow, the last set of grasshopper/rocking/swimming- holy moly! Great challenge! Thanks so much, Sharon. Awesome class
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Loved it!
Hi Pele, I hope you enjoy the class when your return to take it. Keep me posted if you find it energizing.
Hi Anne, Yes I agree. The Spine Corrector work can be challenging. I'm happy you loved it.
Hi Monica, Thank you for the lovely compliments. I appreciate that you found it easy to understand. In terms of your question about the Rollover, I would say that it depends on your client. I would look at which skills are missing when your client attempts the Rollover....are they initiating from the spine? Are they letting their legs and pelvis get heavy....are they creasing at the hips to fold over? I don't consider the Short Spine nor Rollover on Spine Corrector as a prep for the Mat version, but more other ways to help someone understand the exercise. In terms of a prep, I might look at how they perform Rolling like a Ball. I hope that answers your question and thank you again for commenting :)
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