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Isometric workouts are great for recovery and to prevent (or even rehab) injuries. They are also great to improve your balance, coordination and mind-body connection.
Runner’s need to do them. Cyclist need to do them. Lifters, people with a desk job, athletes and older adults ALL NEED TO DO THEM.
And the best part is, Isometric Workouts don’t require any warm up. Shoot…Isometric exercises can even be a great warm up for a strength workout!
Below is a quick 20-minute Full-Body Isometric Workout.
The workout below will help activate your glutes, strengthen your core, improve your posture, reduce your neck, shoulder, low back and hip pain and strengthen your upper body.
For more Isometric Workouts, check these out:
- Runner’s Recovery Workout
- Skater Squat Workout
- Pain-Be-Gone Isometric Workout
- Power Isometric Workout