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Program for the Professional Sitter

I like this program for the client who spends a great deal of time sitting. By beginning the workout with foam rolling, the client is better aligned for training. The posterior chain muscles are emphasized with this program, as well as rotary movements to enhance thoracic mobility. Dumbbells can be used in place of the KettleBells.

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Walk 1 minute per side
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Perform the movement slowly. Maintain torso and hip stability
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Super Set with the Ball Unilateral Dumbbell fly
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Focus on the torso rotation
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Move slowly. Focus on lumbar stability with shoulder and thoracic mobility
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Maintain neutral lumbar spine!
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Tri-set with the Dynamic Side Lunge, and 1-Arm Row in the Lunge Stance
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Maintain neutral spine, including cervical
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Move with control. Focus on range of motion and smooth movement. Keep the upper shoulder back to enhance thoracic mobility

Created By Keli Roberts

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Athletic Trainer or Coach, Fitness Instructor, Personal Trainer
Certs/Trainings: ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist ...and 11 more
Activities: Circuit Training, Core Conditioning, Cycling, Hiking, Kettlebells ...and 5 more
Specialties: Athletic Training, Back Pain Prevention/Postrehab ...and 4 more

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