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Julie's Garage Gym > 2018 > October

Happy Halloween everyone!   Dreaming of a total-body routine that can be done just about anywhere? This Jeannie’s got you covered. Grab some dumbbells and follow along with this week’s workout video!   Perform 3-5 sets of each exercise: Squat with Shoulder Press (8-12 reps) Single-leg Dead Row (8-12 reps each leg) Side Lunge to […]
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Knee valgus is also referred to as “valgus collapse” and “medial knee displacement”. It is characterized by hip adduction (femurs collapse inward) and internal rotation (knees tracking inside the frame of foot stance). It can also be referred to as “knee caving” as you descend into a squat or landing after a jump.   How […]
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Cat-Cow is a gentle flow between two poses that warms the body and brings flexibility to the spine. It stretches the back, torso and neck, and softly stimulates and strengthens the abdominal organs. It also opens the chest, encouraging slow, deep breathing.   In this video we demonstrate how to perform the Cat-Cow yoga sequence. […]
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Love Halloween but hate the focus on candy and sugar-filled snacks? We’ve got you covered! Try these healthy Halloween snack options that are creative and fun!   INGREDIENTS   Apple Bites 1 apple slivered almonds almond or peanut butter strawberry jam Ghostly Bananas 1 banana semi-sweet chocolate chips Clementine Pumpkins clementines or tangerines celery   INSTRUCTIONS […]
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Strengthen your back and core with these five low-impact exercises. Using a stability ball and a lightweight set of dumbbells, perform each exercise 8-12 reps, 3-5 times.     Weighted Bird Dog on Stability Ball Pelvic Lifts – Bridge on Stability Ball Back Extension with Reverse Fly Rear Leg Raise with Push-Up Skydivers As always, listen […]
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Sciatica is pain that radiates along the sciatic nerve, which runs down one or both legs from the lower back. It can occur for a variety of reason. Common causes of include a ruptured disk, a narrowing of the spine canal (called spinal stenosis), and injury.   Sciatic nerve pain can be excruciating and debilitating. […]
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