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A fantastic lower body unilateral (one side at a time) exercise for increasing strength and stability. Keeping the back straight and core activated throughout the movement will increase the benefits of this exercise.
This session will focus on balance, coordination and strength and is a great way to keep active and have fun. No equipment required!
Want to mix up your workout? Why not head outside, get some fresh air and try this Fun and Challenging Workout!
A multiple-joint exercise designed to target the quadriceps, hips, gluts and hamstrings. a fantastic exercise for learning the basic technique of the squat. Important to ensure that knees stay aligned with the feet throughout the movement.
A good exercise for building strength through the chest and triceps and a great alternative to the bench press. Ensure that your body remains as straight as possible throughout the movement.
Mix up your next walk in the park with this quick and easy bench workout with Monash Sport.
An effective exercise to strengthen and tone the glutes. Helps improve hip mobility as well as assisting in strengthening the hamstrings, lower back and abdominals.
The Spider-Man is a core body exercise that strengthens all abdominal muscles with a special focus on your obliques. You will hold your body in a plank position the entire time. This will target the muscles in your shoulders, chest, upper back, arms, and the muscles of your lower body, specifically the quadriceps, hamstrings, glutes, hip flexors, and calves.
The curtsy lunge is great for building lower body strength and stability. The gluteus medius is an important muscle for stability, but it isn't directly targeted in standard squats and lunges, so strengthening it is often overlooked. ... Curtsy lunges also aid in strengthening the inner thigh area.
A great exercise for developing the abdominal muscles helping provide stability to the lower back. throughout the movement focus on maintaining tight abdominals and a slow controlled tempo.