Core Connection 4 – The Key to a Flat Stomach

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    It’s hard to believe the fourth video in the Core Connections video series is already here. I’m surprised because I’ve been so eager to share these connections with you for so long and the series is finally complete! That and the fact that it’s also mid-October already; how did that happen!? The focus of today’s video is your …

The Amazing Powers of Your Mysterious Multifidus

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I can’t begin to tell you how excited I am about today’s video. I’ve been wanting to make a video with this exercise for a very long time! Today you’re going to connect to the deepest muscles in your back, your multifidus. When I first discovered this connection in my body, light bulbs of understanding went off for me like …

Your Core Connections, Part 2: Pelvis and Spine Alignment

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Today’s video is going to show you exactly what key exercises you need to do for your ideal pelvis and spine alignment. There are  many finer points to this alignment, more than we can cover in this short, 4-video series, but what you learn today is the most critical and can make the difference between really great body movement and …

Understanding Your Core Connections, Part 1

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We’ve been working on a new video series that teaches the absolute, fundamental core connections you need in order to have a body that feels good to live in. Learning these connections is for everyone, whether you do Pilates, or any other exercise, or don’t even exercise at all. Your core muscles are the deepest muscles in your body. The …

A Pain-Relieving, Solo Hip Flexor Stretch You’ll Really Love

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hether you run long distance, sit in a chair all day, or find yourself somewhere in between those extremes, today I’m going to show you a key stretch that is going to make you feel fantastic! Our challenging modern lifestyle pretty much guarantees we’ll need to stretch our hip flexors if we want to relieve pain and avoid creating chronic …