This 10 minute flow is a perfect one for stretching out the whole body and setting you up for a great workout. I use it at the beginning of my sessions, or as a stand alone exercise when I just have a few minutes and want to get the blood flowing. Let the video run, but if you particularly enjoy any of the stretches just pause it to get the full juicy full body effect.
This flow is safe and affective for the postpartum body, but is really beneficial for all population types.
Your abdominal muscles act as a natural corset and the fibres pass in different directions to give total support. The main muscles include rectus abdominis, external obliques, internal obliques and transversus abdominis. The function of the abdominal muscles are extensive and include the following: • Act as a protective splint for lumbar spine • Maintain the correct pelvic tilt • Produce controlled movements • Support abdominal viscera • Aid in expulsive movements (coughing,