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Toe Taps with the Foam Roller is a great preparation for all original Pilates exercises as it strengthens the core and flattens the abdominal muscles. Changing the place of the hands on the floor can make it easier or harder, so be sure to challenge yourself! Keep the abdominal muscles drawn in for maximum tummy flattening benefit! Please visit *******www.PilatesOnFifth**** (for more info), *******www.UltimatePilatesWorkouts**** (for more videos) and *******www.Shop.PilatesOnFifth**** (for store).
23 Sep 2009
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14 Oct 2009
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A video from www.backpain2eanframe**** on how to use the foam roller on your Quadriceps and IT Band
2 Sep 2009
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7 Sep 2009
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*******www.yunbootcamps****/equipment.html Jason Yun demonstrates his foam rolling routine. Foam Rolling is an excellent way to speed recovery in between workouts. Self massage. Is a cheap way to feel better. Your body is in knots and the foam roller helps to iron out those knots, making your muscles, joints, ligaments feel better. A foam rolling routine can be done anytime, but it is even more beneficial before or after your workout. Foam rollers can be bought online or at sporting good stores. Other areas that can be rolled but not shown in the video are shoulders, triceps, biceps. Don't forget to rate and comment on the video. Subscribe to the videos.
15 Jan 2010
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26 Nov 2009
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*******www.Kettlebells****.au provides high performance training products for the Australian market. For more information on Kettlebells and how to work with it visit the site Kettlebells****.au to learn more.
10 May 2011
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The Adjustable Kettlebell has all weights covered from 6.5kg to 32kg. If you're on a tight budget or limited for room then the Adjustable Kettlebell is what you need. For more information on the 32kg Adjustable bell see, visit *******www.kettlebells****.au/store/adjustable-kettlebells/
2 Jun 2011
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17 Mar 2012
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www.kettlebells****.au - Kettlebells are basically cast iron, cannonball-shaped weights with a single handle on top. Working out with these weights requires dynamic swinging movements, and are thus more fun than the static act of lifting weights or even jogging in place on a treadmill. All the lifting you will do in kettlebell workouts will make use of lots of muscles, including those in your arms, back, and core. This exercise will also strengthen joints, ligaments, and tendons, and the swinging action will help you stretch. As such, you get a full body workout that provides cardio, resistance, and flexibility training all in one go.
31 May 2012
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30 Jan 2010
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This video illustrates the serratus exercise on the foam roller. The serratus exercise on the foam roller targets the back extensors, the serratus to maintain scapular stabilization, transversus abdominus, rectus abdominus and obliques. Focus on pulling elbows toward ribcage, preventing overextension of the thoracic and lumbar spine. For more information visit Pilates Digest at *******www.pilatesdigest****. As a reminder, always consult your doctor for medical advice and treatment before starting any exercise program. If you should experience any pain or discomfort, please discontinue the exercise and consult your doctor immediately. For more Pilates exercises visit Pilates Digest.
8 Oct 2008
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A Short video by www.bacpain2leanframe**** on how to use the foam roller to roll out the lower back.
24 Jul 2010
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Tight lats are a muscle imbalance which many people suffer from. If you apply your lats to the foam roller you will get the answer to if you have tight lats or not. To test if you have tight lats, stand against the wall and lift your arms straight up from in front. Try to touch the back of your hands to the wall above your head. If you can't get the back of your hands to the wall or your back arches doing so, you have tight lats. Perform SMFR after your general warm up or after your workouts. SMFR is not just for muscle imbalances and injuries. If bodybuilders or anybody interested in building bigger and more defined muscles takes the time to do SMFR before they work the body part, they will notice a better pump due to better blood flow in the muscles. Remember to relax each muscle you apply to the foam roller for SMFR Personal Trainer Michael Behnken, MS, CSCS
11 Dec 2008
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Using stability balls wobble boards, foam rollers, and whoopee cushions is often referred to as "functional training". These tools have their uses, but there are better ways to get lean, strong, fit and functional. Top Form Strength Camp delivers an old-school workout with simple, primal movements using basic compound exercises and strongman implements. Find out how true functional training can develop full body strength and power while shedding fat fast! Check out www.teambarbarian****/strengthcamp
28 Jan 2010
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Rolling with your MuscleRoll is one of the best, most effective, and most pleasurable ways to give yourself a soothing deep muscle massage. The patent pending 18-rib technology on your MuscleRoll allows you to have many points of contact on the muscle tissue and on the trigger points, which ultimately reduces pain and discomfort. Your MuscleRoll is made of a baby-soft material that exhibits a smooth surface and offers excellent flexibility and resilience. It is buoyant, strong, shock absorbent, flexible, and it is resistant to mildew, mold, rot, and bacteria; it also has a superior chemical resistance. Your MuscleRoll outperforms and outlives other foam rollers, and its unique rib technology, compared to other foam rollers, delivers a superior experience every time. The process involved when using your MuscleRoll is called Self Myofascial Release (SMR), which is a technique used to release tension and realign the body. (The word "myofascial" is derived from the Latin words myo, meaning "muscle," and fascia, meaning "band.") Fascia is tough connective tissue that spreads throughout the body in a three-dimensional web, from the head to the toes. Fascia surrounds every muscle, bone, nerve, and organ in the body. In its normal healthy state, the fascia is relaxed and able to move without restriction. When the human body engages in any type of activity, whether it's daily walking, standing, light exercise, or strenuous exercise, we generate slight micro-tears in our muscle tissue, tendons, and ligaments. Likewise, when we experience physical trauma, scarring, or inflammation, the fascia loses its flexibility; it becomes a tight, restricted source of tension to the rest of the body, and over time it has cumulative negative effects. Changes in the fascial system influence the body's comfort and functionality. The fascia can exert excessive pressure, producing pain or restriction of motion. As a result, scar tissue forms, our muscles become tight and knotted, and our bodies become stiff. Rolling with your MuscleRoll, however, breaks up scar tissue by softening, lengthening, and realigning the fascia. Freeing constrictions in the tissue alleviates pain and improves blood circulation, and, ultimately, balance is restored back to the body. Your MuscleRoll will assist you in breaking up the scar tissue that your body has formed and will help you feel more flexible, more limber, healthier, and happier.
6 Feb 2009
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