This table-top exercise has four levels of difficulty. It targets our core muscles, including our superficial and deep abdominals, obliques and our hip flexors.
This exercise helps improve important aspects of rotator cuff strength (predominantly the external rotators) throughout shoulder range of elevation. Very helpful for shoulder/arm strength and control for various reaching and overhead activities....
This exercise is very good for the abdominal/oblique muscles and helps build an important aspect of rotational control through the thoraco-lumbo-pelvic region.
This table-top exercise variation focuses on core strength, stability and control. We also show a slightly easier option for the exercise.
This exercise targets the hamstring and gluteal muscles, in conjunction with the deep fascial system and core stabilising muscles.
This exercise targets all our abdominal muscles, especially the rectus abdominis, along with the rotator cuff muscles of the shoulder and the core stabilising muscles of the trunk.