Stacy Oh I feel your pain! My last workout in this series (nonstop mat) came right after I did after a really tough new workout from my trainer and my legs were absolutely dead. So, I blame that for my less than stellar performance (but I can't really blame it for me falling off the mat, because that was pure clumsiness). 😑
Vicky it’s actually something that I read that a Japanese amusement park was telling its visitors to do on the roller coasters because of Covid. I thought it was so funny and so my husband and I have been saying “scream in your heart” for weeks. 😀
Forearm planks normally bother my shoulders, but you warmed them up so well, they did not complain:) In the beginning ~quadruped position~ one forearm on the floor and twist~ popped many bones in my back:) Also loved roll-down to one elbow (though i had to use leg and hand weights due to my larger torso and shorter legs~ which worked great). Loved all the side planks and spinal rotation. Thanks again Mariska:)
Gary I'm so glad it worked for you! I have very cranky shoulders, and the beginning exercises are things I do before I am doing a more intensive shoulder exercise. I also don't like a forearm plank (Team Full Plank over here), so I'm glad this one didn't bother your shoulders.
Thank you Mariska for the wonderful variety of moves.
2 Q I have :
Please explain to me this "trend", yes some years already..In quadruped, lower / upper body work with pelvis rotating. Is this a "goal, purpose " in it ,or just a modification for veariety ? . Mostly fighting to keep people in stable pelvis position ! Now I want to know and be "hip" with new-ish stuff LOL
Also , did you have the surgery after the dog fall ?
You are looking great, but missed you for a while...