Strength Training

That's right! Try these core exercises that dancers use to develop a strong core. Dancers need a strong core to move through many planes of motion with control and ease but that doesn't mean they are the only ones who can benefit from a strong core. Below we will go over some simple and some more advanced core exercises that will help you strengthen your core and get the "ballet abs" of your dreams (wink wink).(USING LITTLE TO NO EQUIPMENT) Mountain Climbers- Start in a plank position and bring

 If you are like me and have very little time then getting the most out of your workouts is crucial! Exercises that use little to no equipment is just an added bonus:) This is why I like to focus on exercises that involve the core or multiple muscle groups while targeting a specific region like lower body or upper body! Here are a few of my favorites that target your lower body region!  1. Plank with hip abduction- This one is great for targeting the gluteus

Looking for innovative core exercises? Ever get bored with your exercise routines?? Try these core exercises to spice it up a bit!  Side 2 side leg lifts on Bosu- Position yourself sitting in the center of the bosu ball and place an object on the floor in front of you. Starting with your feet on one side of the object, lift your legs in a piked position over the object and gently lower on the other side. Repeat:) Single arm mountain climbers with sliders- Using sliders(or socks) under

  There's no denying that we all want an "itty bitty waist and a big round thing in their face", but getting there doesn't have to require big equipment! Try these 3 exercises that can easily be done at home with little equipment needed. Glute kick w/cable- Using either a cable machine or door lock cables as I have in this photo, place your working foot inside the cable band and use wall for support. Starting a flexed knee position then kicking foot back and up until

Looking for a full body exercise that will challenge your proprioception? Aka challenge your balance. Try using a Bosu Half disc with these 2 exercises. Squat to over head press-  Standing on the bosu disc with feet hip to shoulder width apart and Kettlebell in hand. Sit into a squat position then return to standing while lifting the KB overhead until arms are fully extended. Lower KB to chest and repeat. Squat to lateral arm raise: Standing on the bosu disc with feet hip to shoulder width apart and