In this sequence, with play around with shifting your centre of gravity in poses that challenge and enhance your balance and coordination skills.
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This complex sequence requires concentration, coordination and core strength. It simultaneously challenges balance and body control.
In this video, twists, hip openers and core strengtheners challenge your balance, control and proprioception. It packs quite a punch.
This sequence links together a series of challenging balancing poses that build strength in the lower body—the feet, ankles, knees, quads and hips.
In this sequence, try to continually refine your alignment. This will help to create a sense of stability from which to work on your balance.
This is a fun one with some new variations to try. It requires good balancing skills as well as core strength and flexibility in the hips.
This challenging, twisting balance sequence builds strength, improves spinal mobility and stretches muscles throughout the body.
This routine is one trick after another. Sequencing these complex poses improves coordination, agility, body control and enhances mental focus.
In this sequence, you can play around with closing your eyes. Notice how it makes even simple poses so much more challenging for your stabilisers.
An integrated core will maximise your power, speed and control in your sport as well as helping to protect you from persistent lower back pain.
In this core sequence, we use isometric and concentric-eccentric exercises to strengthen the abs, lower back, and obliques.
Don't let anyone tell you that yoga is easy. This sequence is designed to give your upper body—chest, arms and shoulders—a serious workout.
In this sequence we train both core strength and core flexibility. This has great benefits for performance and for reducing the risk of injury.
In this advanced upper body sequence, we flow through a series of Plank pose variations and throw in an arm balance for good measure.
In this sequence, we work the abs in a series of Plank and Boat pose variations and finish with the mother of all abs stretches—Wheel pose.