Return from Injury

4 Flexibility & Balance Workout Videos for Return from Injury

Edward Massey • October 24, 2016
Help loosen tight muscles and joints using these workouts on your rest days. These alleviate all kinds of stress! Great for competitive athletes and even desk jockeys at the workplace.Mindful Movements #1 - Restore by Sarah Kusch
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1. Mindful Movements #1 - Restore & Breathe
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This routine is designed to give your body a break following intense workouts from prior days and also to learn how to improve your breathing and open up tight muscles to enhance your performance in all of your activities. This is not a strenuous flow, but instead includes movements where you will be holding stretches and poses intended to promote recovery and rejuvenation. You will be amazed at how much your range of motion improved from the start of the routine to the end!
2. Total Strength: Yoga for Total Body Flexibility
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Whether you are as flexible as a piece of chalk or a piece of rubber, this video is perfect to release tight aching muscles and improving your flexibility. In this video you will be taken through a variety of yoga poses and fitness stretches, designed for the less flexible, to keep you moving on your off days, and to improve your overall mobility. Join John Godfrey in this Grokker Premium Video as he helps you achieve total body flexibility in this short 20-minute stretching session.
3. Pilates: Foot Exercises with Thera Band
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We are going to show you a series that you can do with the Thera Band to help keep your foot flexible and mobile and as healthy as it can be.
4. Pilates for Equestrians part 1
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Pilates is a great way for strengthening your core, increasing flexibility and generating muscle balance. In the first of our series, we will be mostly working on postural alignment and pelvic awareness. We are going to use a mat and a ball.
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