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Strength Training for Dancers:

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Do you ever feel like you have tried everything to strengthen your core, but are still struggling with feeling strong and stable?

Do you ever struggle with back pain from dancing?

For my dancers who are also mama's.... ever struggle with leaking?


It is not revolutionary news that core strength is SO important for dancers. Sometimes, it isn't about what you are doing to try and get stronger, but how you are doing it.

In this workshop, you will learn:
- How to activate the deep core properly
- The best core strengthening exercises for dancers
- How to transfer it to your dance technique to start seeing huge improvements in strength, balance and power!

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Be sure to check out some of my other FREE workshops below!

Dancers Stop The Pop - Doctors For Dancers

Dancers Stop The Pop - Doctors For Dancers

DOCTORS FOR DANCERS PRESENTS Stop the Pop: Tips for managing hip impingement & improving your extensions Our host Galit Friedländer @gogalit With Dr. Jenna Loewer, DPT @onpointewellness @onpointeelite Does your hip pop or snap during developpe? Feel like you are "gripping" when you try to lift the leg higher? Is pain stopping you from achieving full extensions? None of this is normal, and it’s time you learn how to fix it!! Hip impingement is a common problem in dancers that can lead to popping while lifting and lowering the leg. This workshop will teach you everything you need to know about hip impingement so you can achieve flawless extensions and finally stop the pop! We will cover: - What hip impingement is and why it is so common in dancers - Symptoms of hip impingement - Dance technique corrections to reduce pain, popping and gripping - Technique tips for getting your extensions higher - The best mobility and strength exercises for popping hips Disclosure: These dance tips and exercises do not substitute for diagnosis, examination, or treatment of a medical condition. When participating in any exercise or exercise program, there is the possibility of physical injury. If you engage in any dance tips and/or exercise, you agree that you do so at your own risk. You assume all risk of injury to yourself and agree to release and discharge Doctors For Dancers and our Panelists from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of Doctors For Dancers and our Panelists negligence.
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