Tutorial 1836: Open Leg Rocker

25 min
What You'll Need:
Mat, Triadball, Theraband, Magic Circle
Michael and Ton analyze the Open Leg Rocker in this in-depth tutorial. They demonstrate common mistakes with this exercise, and they offer many variations to assist or challenge you in the exercise. They also tell us how Romana said it was Joseph Pilates' favorite exercise, and how he even had photos of bears in the Open Leg Rocker position!
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Sep 07, 2014
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5 people like this. Like 
I admire and enjoy the casual calmness, the precision and lightness of these two youthfulness have kept instructors - stimulating fresh!



2 years ago

3 people like this. Like 
Grazie
Questo tutorial e' meraviglioso .
Nothing is missing : focus, props, history, tips...
Hoping is going to continue ...??
2 years ago

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Looking for proper photo credit on this one... anyone know?
2 years ago

1 person likes this. Like 
So much fun and yet helpful too.
2 years ago

Very useful! Excellent rocking Erin!
2 years ago

Monica said it all, Michael and Ton, you are awesome!! And, of course, Erin!! So many open leg rockers with such precision ...
2 years ago

I love Ton and Michael's teaching...I've just done a triadball workshop with them and it was amazing! Fantastic and enthusiastic teachers - thank you!
2 years ago

Thanks Ton, Michael & Erin - very helpful info
2 years ago

Thank you ! Clear , precise and complete!

11 mos ago

Great variations :) thanks for the fun video!
11 mos ago

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