These exercises work on flexibility and strength training at the same time. Creating balance is key. Learning how to do this you will simultaneously get strong and increase your mobility. Stability Stretching emphasizes eccentric contraction of muscles, the body’s ‘braking’ system. Eccentric strength prevents and rehabs injuries and trains the nervous system to be more efficient. Stability Stretching involves:
1. Length with strength.
2. Only equipment needed is one bathroom hand towel.
3. Resistance is created by harnessing the force of gravity and your own muscular power.
Stability Stretching Intro (1 of 8)
Hip Flex – Stability Stretching (2 of 8)
Hamstrong – Stability Stretching (3 of 8)
Advanced Hamstrong – Stability Stretching (4 of 8)
Clock Exercise – Stability Stretching (5 of 8)
Forearm Plank – Stability Stretching (6 of 8)
Dying Bug – Stability Stretching (7 of 8)
Side Neck Stretch – Stability Stretching (8 of 8)
Baby Rock Back
Better Bending Hip Hinge One Leg
Better Bending Hip Hinge
Side Baby Rockback
Rotator Cuff Stability