“Is the technique for The Swan and Rocking the same.” I believe it is. Their proprietary reason for being dwells in the move toward greater spine-extension flexibility. Rocking-on-stomach exercises feature varying alignment, choreography, or tempo, the technique is, generally, the same. Find T6 and work outward in either direction. I’d like to know if you’ve… continue reading
Limbs and Things
The bendy/foldy ways in which our bodies can manipulate, have a varied degree of relativity, based on the frequency of our actual personally-physical-involvement in the course of the parabolic synthesis over the course of our physical earthly perambulation. “Dude, what the heck are you rambling on about?” The more you stretch your muscles and tendons,… continue reading
Strong muscles that control and support our knees. Thighs, Baby, Thighs! Gotta work ’em daily! They will, then, serve you eternally.
To have the misfortune of being afflicted with chronic pain is, surely, a miserable situation at times. To suffer from a terminal (?) affliction is even more unfortunate. The skeleton is a sturdy structure, but, unfortunately, is sometimes prone to effects of life…..especially the spine…..particularly the discs. Some folks, for instance, have discs which have… continue reading
The Method is, now, an acknowledged skeleto-muscular exercise technique. And, while possessing near-cardiovascular benefits, Pilates is not a substitute for cardio. “Wait, you mean we have to do both?” Yes. The important news is that one need not spend an inordinate amount of time on the treadmill (or bicycle, eliptical, etc.), because with cardio (like… continue reading