Posts Tagged ‘integrative exercises’

Thumbs Up

Fitness level is thumbs up again.  The motivation to recover from the accident has led me to a level of fitness that I haven’t experienced in two and a half years.  Fun state of being, but the next adjustment will be traveling and living abroad with modified exercise.  I asked the PT what would happen…

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Pelvic Floor Lesson

  The Pelvic floor lesson usually starts and stops with the kegel exercises, so it was so cool to see how that relates to the origin of movement and moves up through the core stabilizers into dynamic action.  The physical therapist had an exterior way to check each level of engagement from the pelvic floor…

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The Countdown…

Only days away from launching Virtual Selfseeds. Heather has outdone herself with her creative genius and I have been making lots and lots of videos, since that is the name of the game with virtual. As a result of the flow of Youtube uploads, the search engine found two today on the search. Yippee!! Daily…

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Selfseeds Integrative Exercises: www.Selfseeds.com (short iMovies)

Integrative exercises, why do I use that word combination so frequently in my blogs and exercise iMovies?  As a professional athlete who needed to move in coordination to another living body,  I constantly had to look at integrating strength, power, flexibility, balance, weight distribution, and rhythm to improve first my internal awareness and then my…

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Selfseeds Caball (Cable & Ball) Exercises www.Selfseeds.com (short videos)

Caball (Cable & Ball) Exercises were created from a desire to make exercising integrative, challenging, sensing, and dynamic.  It is easy to become complacent while exercising with the number of repetitions and a familiarity to a routine that develops quickly.  The self discipline is to stay alert, attentive, and fresh with each movement, so injuries…

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Selfseeds Integrative Exercises: Front-to-Back (Caball) www.Selfseeds.com

The integrative exercises challenges your mind and body which supports functional training.  Part of the challenge equation is working out the right amount of weight, so you can move in a controlled-engaged way without losing your balance on the ball.  Looking for the limits, but not going over.  There are no fixed points to leverage…

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Moving Onto The Next DVD Series Challenge–BBW

My current criteria for fitness DVD’s are none to minimal fitness equipment investment, integrative/plyometric oriented workouts, and fun/inspiring.  The Brazilian Butt Workout (BBW) is the next one.  This video is from the Beach Body group, so I am noticing a theme and some evolutionary relationship between Hip Hop Abs and Insanity.  I like seeing variations…

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What A Privilege

Recently, I was asked to see if the Integrative “I” Band could help the posture of a 99 year old woman.  What a privilege?  She had such enthusiasm and a twinkle in her eye.  Her posture is rather bent from an accident, but I started from the root of the “I” Band action–the breath.  A…

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