Have you been bombarded with emails or notifications to sign up for challenges to start the year off right? Or you have signed up for a few different ones and not sure where to start. This creates a lot of mental “noise”, being bombarded with so much all at once.
A tip to help sort this out, choose the one that resonates with you the most and commit to finishing that challenge. Save the rest and revisit those at a later date.
This year and the ones to come just show up for yourself consistently.
The weekly challenges/exercises I normally post on Facebook will now be posted here on the blog. This week we will be performing the Bridge. The goal is 2 sets of 10 repetitions. Perform this exercise slow and controlled and as always breathe.
The Bridge not only works your gluteus muscles and your hamstrings but it is also a great core and spinal stabilizer.
Lie on your back with your knees bent and your feet flat on the floor, hip distance apart and your arms by your side, palms down.
Inhale to prepare
Exhale, keeping your torso in one flat piece, press your feet into the mat and squeeze your butt as you lift your hips up and off the mat. Your body should make a straight line from your shoulder to your knee (There should be no pressure on your neck).
Inhale here holding the Bridge position for 10-20 seconds.
Exhale and lower to the mat.
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