Low Impact Lower Body #5

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LowImpactLowerBody#5

If you feel any pain in your knees when doing the ballerina exercises, then keep your heels on the ground. If you experience any knee pain during your training or at rest, you should work on your postural alignment. If your muscles were tensing properly, your bones and joints would be in proper alignment and you would be pain free. It has nothing to do with your fitness level. Postural deviation happen to people from all walks of life. Whether you lead a sedentary lifestyle or you consider yourself an athlete, you can suffer from postural imbalances and the pain associated with... [more]

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48 comments on “Low Impact Lower Body #5”

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    Private  |  Canada

    This was tough! 13:48 (not counting buy-in and buy-out). 25lb/40lb KBs.

    My lower back was achy by the end … guess I need some postural therapy!

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    Private  |  Carpinteria, Ca, USA

    just got to this one. really hard but great. i’ve started cycling again. trying to balance the road riding and workouts. did a fabulous 50mi ride through the anza-borrego desert on saturday….and more climbing on sunday. i felt my legs today with this workout. i am enjoying the variety.

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