In order to put your skiis on edge, Bode Miller demonstrates a simple exercise with lateral movements that will help you stop effectively.
(COH01) Swiss Ball Face Up Lateral Roll
(COHO37) Side Bridge Lateral Leg Raise
Andy Young reads her poem Lower 9 in experimental documentary about New Orleans/Hurricane Katrina in One Year Later (2006) by Michael Wyshock. Music composed and performed by Tyler Mauney
This is a movie that ArentWinkel made, called 23 days later. It is a spoof of The ring, number 23 and 28 days later. The 28 days later part comes in part two. BTW. sorry for our bad accent but we're from Denmark and thougt it would be cooler in English
This is part two of the short-movie 23 days later. In this part there will be some blood and zombies and stuff :)
Effects made with adobe after effects..
How to perform the barbell lateral lunge exercise. Courtesy of Paramount Training Systems.
How to perform the dumbbell seated lateral raise. Courtesy of Paramount Training Systems.
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lateral flexions help you horse to become soft and giving and are also the basis of the one rein stop
I will Read-the-back-of-the-Box of 28 Days Later, a horror movie hit. www.LaneVids****
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video of me drawing 28 DAYS LATER movie cover
This is the theme sing for the 28 Days/Weeks Later Movie!
A bit creapy i think!!!
'40 Days & 40 Nights' meets '28 Weeks Later'. Shot for the 2008 MTV Movie Spoof Awards, but ineligible because the guys behind it work at Break****, one of the sponsor sites.
This video illustrates the Lateral Flexion exercise of the Side Leg Series. It is obviously a great exercise for lateral flexion and balance.
The Lateral Flexion exercise targets the transversus abdominis, rectus abdominis, obliques, quadratus lumborum, adductors and abductors. Focus on maintaining the engagement of the abdominals and transversus abdominis. Avoid sinking into the floor on your supporting side. Keep inner thighs connected and reach long out of the feet and head. Stabilize the scapulae to avoid tension in your trapezius.
To modify the exercise, keep the upper body on the floor and just lift the legs. You can also add a ring or small ball between the lower legs to add resistance and help maintain the inner thigh connection.
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.
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