ibodyWALK Stretch Cord – Abductor
As I mentioned several post ago from time to time I will place random video and image content while the website is under construction. I am working hard to complete each of the 3 ibodyWALK focus areas. These of course will be in Health – Fitness & Sport, of which there will be many levels in order to accommodate the unlimited demographic I am seeking. If you have an area of interest you would like to request – please do 😉 And if you would like to contribute with me in areas of programming, product or future population groups that interest you – please do 😉 Maybe you want to be on the idea side, and that is of course welcomed – please do 😉
A sneak peak at rough video snaps below
This one is an image of a portion of a ibodyWALK Stretch Cord – Abductor work for the Heath,Fitness or Sport.
I took hundreds of images that I will cull through to incorporate in to the Heath – Fitness or Sports programing for all demographics – that will be the first in my industry this has been under taken.
Do you have interest in learning more about the launch or being included in many of our images or videos at ibodyWALK – then give me a shout…
Your Doctor, Physical Therapists, Coaches or Neighbors would no doubt want to learn more and that I would be happy to forward on to you.
ibodyWALK Abductor Beginner
Main muscles worked:
– Gluteus Medius
– Tensor Fascia Latae
– Gluteus Minimus
Other muscles worked:
– Gluteus Maximus
– External Oblique
Stand with feet shoulder width apart, then turn the Walking Poles with attached Stretch Cords (WP/SC) around so that the cords are crossed over. Rest the (WP/SC) on the chest at shoulder height, or behind head resting on shoulders. Ensuring that the core is engaged and the pelvis does not shift, abduct one leg making sure to keep the upper body vertical then return to the starting position. The key to success is resistance level that does not cause strain, movements are slow as you counter balance to maintain stability.
Suggested Rehabilitation Uses:
– Core stability
– Groin problems
– Glute strength
– Lower back rehabilitation