Want a little extra after your workout? Or maybe a quick morning starter or evening wrap-up? This quick 15-minute abs and stretch video with SSoD Trainer Mere W is the solution! You’ll get in 6 ab strengthening moves two times through to ensure you hit every part of your core, followed by a quick stretch focusing on opening up the hips and lengthening the back. Work that core and stretch those muscles, then check it off!
Hips, Back, and Hamstrings… this one’s for you. This stretch session video with Cat Kom guides you through some of the best stretches for your hips, the top stretches for a tight back, and some of her favorite hamstring stretches. The design of the session maximizes relief from soreness, and increases flexibility. Add this to your list of Favorites now!
Whether your “desk” is a fancy sit/stand set-up or the corner of the kitchen table, it’s important to give your mind and body a rest from time to time. Yeah, bad computer posture takes work! For the best use of that break time, join Miriam as she guides you through a 15-minute workday desk stretch session that was designed to create space and oxygen flow in your spine while lengthening your lower and upper extremities. Miriam even adds some guided movement for your delicate wrists and some acupressure on your hands. Press pause on your day by pressing play on this class.
Nothing feels better after a tough workout than topping it off with a feel-good full body post-workout stretch. Olga will guide this muscle relieving cool-down by helping you stretch out and loosen everything up from your head to your toes. You deserve this. Click play and let the healing begin.
Use these 10 muscle-loosening minutes for a good morning stretch routine, an evening stress reliever, or a post-workout healer. We’ll go through the major muscles groups to release the tension and restore the body! Treat yourself today.
When we grab a foam roller we automatically go for the lower body, right? Well, we hold a lot of tension in our shoulders and forearms when we lift, as well as constantly engaging our core, so… let’s give that upper-body and core the same attention and love we give our lower-body with some of the best foam rolling exercises for the back, shoulders, arms, neck, and core. Grab a foam roller, tennis ball, or medicine ball, and let’s rock n’ roll!
This Amazing 20 Minute Stretch Routine is not only the best stretch session to do after a Spinning Class, Bootcamp, or any other workout, but it’s also great to do on its own any day! You’ll work on areas like the hips, hamstrings, IT band, and back. Most of the stretches will take place on the ground, so get comfortable as Miriam helps you find the perfect challenge for you, which she says is “just on the cusp of edge and ease.” Enjoy!
Grab a towel to use just in case you need the extra stability.
Stretch Video for the Walk, Run, Race 5K Training Program
(suggested for after each workout)
See the entire program and details HERE!
Click HERE for the PDF Instructional.
How could rubbing a piece of foam on your leg do so much good? Well, foam rolling is a form of self-myofascial release and helps improve your muscles’ range of motion, boost blood circulation, and break down tightness or knots in your muscles… Nice! Plus, it’s a perfect way to begin or end your workouts.
This 15 minute foam rolling session for your legs will focus on your quads, hamstrings, hips, glutes, and lower back. So grab your foam roller (or a small ball if you do not have one) and let’s give our muscles some love and respect. Let’s roll.
This quick, yet effective, upper-body release will open up the chest, elongate the neck and back, and unburden the shoulders. It’s perfect for those that are tight from lifting weights, those who sit for long periods of time (think desk job), as well as for those of you that might spend some time hunched over your bike. 🙂 No excuses, it’s 10 minutes! Take care of you.
Grab your TRX straps, and get ready for a well deserved total body stretch. The TRX will allow you to get deep into those stretches and lengthen the muscles, by letting you work in a greater range of motion. We’ll start with the back, legs, and glutes, then we’ll move onto opening up the often missed chest, arms, and shoulders. Go on, hit play – you deserve it.
This stretch and restore includes familiar athletic stretches, and has an emphasis on deep breaths, long holds, and settling into position. This will ensure the full lengthening of the muscles, as well as the loosening of the joints to assist in relaxation and recovery.