8 routines to help improve your Splits!
Hi guys! If you’re looking to improve your splits, check out these routines!
This 15 minute warm up is perfect for when you’d like to work on moves that require flexibility. Move like Ballerina, Jade, Closed leg hangs, and such! If it’s cold out and you don’t feel loose and ready to go, run though this routine one more time.
Active front splits routine
This 30 min routine will help improve your Front Splits and Active Front Splits. Please watch the related lessons below BEFORE using this routine so you are familiar with each of the movements we’ll be using.
Active Middle splits routine
This 25 min routine will take you through exercises, stretches and tips for your Middle Splits! Please watch the related lessons below BEFORE using this routine so you are familiar with each of the movements we’ll be using.
Lower body conditioning https://www.studioveena.com/lessons/view/5914d0df-43bc-4f0e-add1-219aac110006
This 17 minute workout is perfect for beginners and does not require any equipment! Using this routine 2 to 3 times per week will get you on the right track and challenging the muscle groups of the lower body used in pole dance!
Lower body yoga block routine
Here’s a 25 minute routine using a yoga block. This can be used as a warm up or a complete lower body workout. I’m doing two sets of 12-15 reps for most exercises.
This is a 19 minute routine that will take you through the Flowmotion stretches. With Flowmotion there is no need to warm up before any of the stretches or this routine. Flowmotion stretches will increase body awareness, improve daily function, body alignment and relax the mind and body. Flowmotion will continuously move through a series of stretches.
Front splits routine https://www.studioveena.com/lessons/view/53000761-5650-4dfc-84ad-6ba20a9aa0eb
This is a 25 minute side splits, left and right routine. Beginners should perform splits training once per week. After at least two weeks move on to twice per week. Training for splits daily without rest can lead to sore muscles and loss of flexibility. Give your body rest.
Middle splits routine
This is a 23 Minute middle splits routine. Beginners should perform middle splits training once per week. After at least two weeks progress to twice per week if you’d like. Training for splits daily without rest can lead to sore muscles and loss of flexibility. Give your body time to rest. Perform front and middle splits on the same day or leave a day of rest in between to let the muscles recover.
Sorry, there were no replies found.
Log in to reply.