Does your daily routine mostly consist of unbalanced movements, like sitting in front of a worktable staring at your computer for around eight to ten hours? Are you standing all day long in the same position? After you finished working you tie your running shoes, or bike on an exercise machine to get out of your comfort zone for at least 30 minutes? If that’s the case you should care about the term “Piriformis-Syndrome”.
Short on time, but still need to get in a good workout? You don’t need hours in the gym to burn calories and build muscle. Grab a band and find a little free space for this intense full body routine sure to rev your metabolism.
Glute Activation and why should include them in your workouts. Glute activation exercises are something that I include in almost every one of my sessions with my personal training clients. I wasn’t surprised to discover when I started working with my trainer that she was on board the glute activation train too. We do a lot of it in our sessions.
Resistance bands (powerbands) exercise, such as the use of minibands, superbands, therabands and tubes, has been used for almost a century. It originally was used as a fitness technique, but eventually progressed to be used as a rehabilitation device used by physical therapists, chiropractors, personal and athletic trainers. Today it is used commonly in both fitness and rehabilitation facilities around the world
An easy way to assist your Calisthenics training and trying new exercises is the use of assisted resistance, or so called resistance bands. Let’s have a look at some resistance bands exercises you can incorporate in your next training session.