Here’s your move for day #2.
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Happy New year. Since 2014 has been called “the year of the rear,” I thought this was appropriate. I think I’ve written about something like this before but here goes again….Yesterday I had a yoga lesson and was in the cobra position that looks like this(this is called a prone press up in the physical therapy world)…. 155 more words
Mic’s chosen featured exercise to revisit is the Explosive Lunge, which he describes as “a power exercise that incorporates plyometrics with strengthening and balance moves. They work your glutes, hamstrings, quadriceps and calves – awesome! 173 more words
My least favorite exercises in the world are:
Something about both exercises seem awkward and it took me forever to get it just right and by “just right” I mean, “painfully effective.” Squats done right are a huge, well, a huge pain in the butt, but you’ll see the results you’ve always wanted. 269 more words
In order to best train to improve maximum sprinting, a good understanding of the requirements of the muscles involved in this motion must be understood. The muscles must perform two tasks during sprinting: first, they must produce force to propel the body horizontals; second, they must produce a vertical force to counteract the pull of gravity. 639 more words