Luisa P , I don't know what you mean by "enhanced" gluts so I cannot answer this question. If someone is experiencing Vertigo this is a different problem , I am not a medical doctor so cannot recommend around this, but yes, doing the sequence sitting is a smart way to adapt the exercise to work for the student. Sorry I could not be of more help.
Hi Luisa P I personally have not worked with anyone with implants but I asked a fellow practitioner friend who has and her response: as long as it has been significant recovery time from surgery, say 12 weeks (everybody is different) it is great to roll them. YOu wont push them out of place or ruin them and it can actually help to tone the muscles underneath and help with scar tissue and pain from the surgery. I will add that you should work with a large soft ball that is not too inflated to allow for the client to adjust and feel into the movement and decide what they can take. Hope this helps.
Wow, my hip was very tight. I don’t know what I did but lifting my leg was painful, so much soi couldn’t walk comfortably up the stairs. This has improved it a great deal. I waited until I had the right ball and gave it a go. I am so impressed. I will do this again tomorrow as I’ve just done day 2 as well to catch up. Thank you for your workout, looking forward to the rest of the challenge. I feel this will be a regular for me.