Posts tagged Gym Wellington
Team ONI Tries Breakdancing

Like many other styles of dance, breakdancing involves high levels of body coordination. Agility, strength, and range of motion were also big factors as well as the footwork involved. It’s often quick and sharp, while the freezes and other sequences of moves required strength in end ranges of movement, like full external rotation of the shoulder.

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3 Exercises For Running Speed

Timing is everything. To move with speed doesn’t just require your muscles to contract quickly, but to contract in coordination with each other as well. Kinetic linking is when one movement transfers to the next in order to summate forces.

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3 Exercises For Foot Strength

Having stability in the foot means that everything up the chain is set up for stability as well. The feet link your body to the ground and because all of your structures are linked together, any dysfunction at your feet can impact the rest of your body greatly.

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Exercises For Advanced Movement (Lower Body)

The physical world is 3 dimensional and so is our movement. It’s not just in sporting situations, but even daily activity like putting on clothes require the use of rotation, flexion/extension, and abduction/adduction of limbs, occurring simultaneously or at least in quick succession.

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