This is feel-good exercise designed to help you move better.
by Laurie Denomme | Mar 16, 2017
Core Training It takes more than drool-worthy six-pack abs to have a strong and healthy core. The rectus abdominus, responsible for six-pack abs, only represents one of several muscles that comprise the core.
by Laurie Denomme | Mar 10, 2016
Tired of waking up with aches and pains? Yoga in the pool can help. Stretching in the aquatic environment is beneficial and can be practiced by individuals of all fitness levels. Buoyancy supports the body for better range of motion while moving against the natural resistance of the water improves strength. So you might be […]
by Laurie Denomme | Jan 28, 2016
Get up and go with three easy exercises! Whether you are at home or traveling my favorite stretch routine can be used to reduce morning stiffness, reverse the effects of prolonged sitting or as a warm-up for any workout I’d like to invite you to try – pivot, plank and swing.
by Laurie Denomme | Dec 10, 2015
By Laurie Denomme, BS, & Lori Sherlock, EdD Benefits of High Intensity Interval Training From Tabata to Timmons, everyone has their own take on how to deliver high intensity interval workouts. There is a simple explanation as to why so many programs involve HIIT…it works! On land, this type of training is reserved for advanced […]
by Laurie Denomme | Sep 24, 2015
Aqua Pilates: Stretch, Strengthen and Soothe the Body Over the next 3 weeks, I’d like to introduce three water specific techniques – Peyow Aqua Pilates, AquaStretch and Ai Chi.
by Laurie Denomme | Aug 27, 2015
Plank, Crunch and Pelvic Tilts Google “exercises for back pain” and you will find thousands of sites with exercises for the core. Top hits include: planks, bridges, pelvic tilts, crunches and face down arm and leg raises. The problem with many of these back pain exercises is that they lack movement of the body in ways […]