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👋Say goodbye to the duck butt 🦆
👋Say goodbye to the duck butt 🦆 and hello to proper alignment! Watch to discover the most effective exercises for reducing a protruding abdomen and correcting anterior pelvic tilt. You got this! 💪 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #anteriorpelvictilt #posturecorrection #fitnessjourney #corestrength #pelvichealth #functionalfitness
Tough day? Try this calming, restorative yoga routine to naturally lower your cortisol levels and fight the aging effects of stress. Yoga Flow, Yoga Exercises, Yoga Sequences, Back Pain, Yoga Routines, Restorative Yoga Poses, Yoga Beginners
Melt Into This Restorative Yoga Routine To Lower Cortisol & Slow Aging
Tough day? Try this calming, restorative yoga routine to naturally lower your cortisol levels and fight the aging effects of stress.
Megan | Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, CSCS on Instagram: "👋 Ok, you’ve heard me say it before - The “Hip Hinge” may be THE MOST IMPORTANT movement to master as you get older. Having this movement pattern ingrained in your body will prevent untold back issues, hip issues, and even serious injuries throughout the rest of your life! Adding a simple resistance band is a GREAT way to build up your strength with this movement even more. (I absolutely love this move for ladies with osteoporosis and other bone density issues.) Tips to remember: ✅ Even though you’re pulling the band with your hands, don’t use your arms to pull. Keep them straight and push using just your legs. ✅ Knees should be slightly bent - never locked out. ✅ Think about folding at the hip crease and then straight Golf, Instagram, Motivation, Resistance Band Exercises, Strengthening Exercises, Hip Mobility, Resistance Band, Bone Density Exercises, Flexibility Workout
Megan | Personal Trainer, Nutrition Coach, CSCS on Instagram: "👋 Ok, you’ve heard me say it before - The “Hip Hinge” may be THE MOST IMPORTANT movement to master as you get older. Having this movement pattern ingrained in your body will prevent untold back issues, hip issues, and even serious injuries throughout the rest of your life! Adding a simple resistance band is a GREAT way to build up your strength with this movement even more. (I absolutely love this move for ladies with osteoporosis and other bone density issues.) Tips to remember: ✅ Even though you’re pulling the band with your hands, don’t use your arms to pull. Keep them straight and push using just your legs. ✅ Knees should be slightly bent - never locked out. ✅ Think about folding at the hip crease and then straight
Mandy Froehlich, M.S., 500-RYT on Instagram: "So many great ways to strengthen the back and spine with Pilates. Posture muscles can slip away if we aren't aware. Working muscles and flexibility from the outside in can make all the difference✨" Pilates Workout, Hip Workout, Pilates At Home, Tight Muscles, Basic Workout, Yoga Stretches
Mandy Froehlich, M.S., 500-RYT on Instagram: "So many great ways to strengthen the back and spine with Pilates. Posture muscles can slip away if we aren't aware. Working muscles and flexibility from the outside in can make all the difference✨"
Lauren Ohayon | Core + Pelvic Floor on Instagram: "In reality these 5 exercises are amazing for your #hips, #lowback, #pelvicfloor.   We love to use them for our clients with  #lowbackpain  #prolapse  #cpps  #incontinence #pelvicpain Pain with intercourse  #endometriosis pain  1. Side lying IR - We used a ball but you can use a block or a pillow. Rotate your knee down and your foot up - working within a range of motion that feel honest to you. 8-10 reps.

2. Prone IR. Each person will have a different range here so no cranking your leg. Slowly lifting your foot towards the sky but keeping your knee on the floor. So your thigh stays down as your foot raises up. Not worrying about height and breathing through it. 8-10 reps.
 3. Prone swishing. I have seen many clients swoon over this one. Th Pelvic Floor Muscles, Pelvic Floor, Pelvic Floor Exercises, Strengthen Pelvic Floor Exercises, Pelvic Floor Therapy, Pelvic Floor Exercises For Prolapse, Hip Mobility Exercises
Lauren Ohayon | Core + Pelvic Floor on Instagram: "In reality these 5 exercises are amazing for your #hips, #lowback, #pelvicfloor. We love to use them for our clients with #lowbackpain #prolapse #cpps #incontinence #pelvicpain Pain with intercourse #endometriosis pain 1. Side lying IR - We used a ball but you can use a block or a pillow. Rotate your knee down and your foot up - working within a range of motion that feel honest to you. 8-10 reps. 2. Prone IR. Each person will have a different range here so no cranking your leg. Slowly lifting your foot towards the sky but keeping your knee on the floor. So your thigh stays down as your foot raises up. Not worrying about height and breathing through it. 8-10 reps. 3. Prone swishing. I have seen many clients swoon over this one. Th
Experiencing Pelvic Organ Prolapse? Check out this MUST DO!
Discover gentle and effective exercises to help manage and support pelvic organ prolapse. Strengthen your pelvic floor and regain confidence with these expert-recommended workout tips!
Standing Pelvic Floor Stretches
Discover the power of standing pelvic floor stretches to improve flexibility and strengthen your core. Try these simple yet effective exercises for better pelvic health today!
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Top 8 Exercises to Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor
Explore Hip Openers for your practice Having tight hips not only impacts your ability to perform
Explore Hip Openers for your practice Having tight hips not only impacts your ability to perform a squat but also affects everyday activities like bending down to pick something up. Tight hips contribute to increased spinal load and overuse. Beyond enhancing range of motion, promoting circulation, and reducing back pain, hip-opening exercises can trigger an energetic shift or emotional release. Hip openers are highly sought-after asanas because they target multiple tight areas, bringing about a transformative energy shift. In yoga, the entire practice serves as a significant opportunity for hip opening. With over 20 muscles crossing the hip, including adductors, abductors, hip flexors, and deep lateral rotators, any movement stretching these muscles qualifies as a beneficial "hip-opener.
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The Key to Your Lower Back Pain Is in the Hips - Try These 10 Stretches and Get Immediate Relief