In this sequence, notice how challenging your balance requires stability in the hips and core. This can help to prevent lower back pain.
Tag - Pre-Workout
In this routine, I break down Sun Salutation A—a classic sequence of poses that you will find in many hatha and vinyasa yoga classes.
In this upper body strength workout, we work the arms, shoulders, chest and core in a series of poses that are called arm balances in yoga.
This routine is designed to strengthen the feet, ankles, legs, knees, hips, quads and glutes. It's a great one for alleviating knee pain.
In this yoga for core strength routine we strengthen the abs, obliques, lower back, and hips. Try to keep your core engaged throughout.
In this sequence, we introduce Sun Salutation B which is similar to Sun A but with some extra poses that build strength and endurance in the legs.
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.
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.
This sequence trains mobility, flexibility and strength. It's great for opening up the hips, improving spinal mobility and strengthening the core.
This pre-workout activation is designed to activate the core and the posterior chain—calves, hamstrings, glutes, upper and lower back.
This sequence combines static stretching and joint mobilisation to loosen you up from head to toe and get you moving like an athlete.
When I do a sequence like this in the morning, I feel pretty bulletproof. It's a great way to stretch out the kinks and get your body moving.
This routine is one of my favourites to get the blood pumping, stretch out achey muscles, mobilise the spine and loosen up the hips.
This flow sequence moves pretty fast. It's designed to get the blood pumping and your heart rate up. It focuses on the quads and hips.
This sequence is designed to strengthen the core—the abs, obliques, transverse abdominis, lower back muscles and pelvic floor.