4 anti-rotational exercises to include on your workout
Do you find yourself questioning your workout regime and whether you’re attending to the need of every muscle?
You can see the muscle tone, core strength improvement and your own agility… but you’re still left wondering which areas you could improve?
Enter, anti-rotational exercises.
This method of training utilises the body’s ability to prevent rotation and resist certain movements/positions while allowing stability and alignment. They help you build stability and strength.
In our everyday workouts form patterns we end up using the same routine, muscles and motions time and time again.
Many athletes have reconsidered traditional training, incorporating anti-rotational exercises into their daily workouts for a more functional muscle-holistic form of exercise. Why? Because by preventing rotation, they’re making sure that their body is more able to deal with the forces that demand it to move in a direction that may not be safe.
Lie on the floor on your right side and with your left foot placed on top of your right foot.
Place your right forearm below your right shoulder.
Raise your hips while concentrating on your core. Raise your hips until your body is fully aligned and straight.
Hold for 30 seconds maximum.
Repeat on the left side.
Do 10 reps in total.
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