Reinvent the Wheel
Drew Hume • 43m
Specifically working on shoulder flexion, spinal extension and hip extension, in isolation first before working our way towards integration. You'll be best served by using a few bolsters (or a stack of blankets), a couple of blocks and a strap or belt. Not too long of a practice but still builds some solid heat.
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Sweaty from Head to Knee
Standing head to knee pose involves a lot of effort, period. The second way to approach it requires even more... and is a bit of an extension of some of the handing hamstring work you may have encountered with me in other practices. Enjoy!
Spinal Rotation Compilation
A mixture of the more challenging open-chain, and the more "sensational" closed-chain rotations of the spine. Take note of how these twists affect your breathing (and vice versa). No equipment needed for this practice.