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The basic bridge isolates and strengthens your gluteus (butt) muscles and hamstrings (back of the thigh). When done correctly, the move can also enhance core stability by targeting your abdominal muscles and the muscles of lower back and hip.

The push up is a classic exercise used to target the muscles of the chest, shoulders, and triceps. What most people don't know is that push ups also recruit other muscles groups, such as the glutes, thighs, abdominalsbiceps, and back, to help keep your body stable throughout the movement. 

The standing cal raise develops size and strength in the lower leg.
This move also increases strength and range of motion in the ankle.

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Exercise Ball Abdominal Crunches

This is one of the most effective ways to strengthen, flatten and tone the abs. Doing the exercise using a Balance Ball or stability ball eliminates the impact of a hard surface on the spine, which helps you perform the movement more precisely.

Why is it worth your time?

  • Foam rolling reduces aerial stiffness
  • Enhances range of motion
  • Done before a workout can increase strength and performance

The Benefits:  In order to be a more well-rounded athlete and more balanced individual we need to work on our agility, quickness, coordination and reactivity.  Agility is our bodies’ ability to change body position or direction efficiently and requires the integration of multiple skills, including balance, coordination, speed, reactivity, strength, power and endurance.