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Full Body Strengthening Exercises

Aug 4, 2020

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Jordan has shared with you some Full Body Strengthening Exercises in his Facebook Live;

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In our Physio-logical Facebook Live with Jordan Sahota, our Sports Therapist who is based in Stansted Park, Horndean, Rowlands Castle, Havant near Waterlooville, Portsmouth, Chichester, Denmead and Petersfield, the following exercises were covered to demonstrate Strength and Mobility from Ankle to Shoulder:

  • Ankle – Balance plus progression for unstable surfaces
  • Ankle – Calf Raises (double and single)
  • Knee – Squats
  • Knee – Leg Extension seated
  • Lower Back + Glutes – Sit to stand
  • Lower back + Glutes – Side leg Raises and Clams
  • Core Strength – Toe Taps
  • Core Strength – Dead Bugs
  • Shoulder – Lateral Raise
  • Shoulder – Low Row

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