Low back

  • The half-kneeling chop is a beginner exercise that targets the muscles of the core, the upper back, the chest, the posterior shoulder region and the arms.

  • The stability ball seated chop is an intermediate level exercise that targets all the muscles of the upper body. Balancing on the stability ball gets the muscles of the core even firing more.

  • The standing chop targets the muscles of the core, the upper back, the chest, the posterior shoulder region and the arms. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The half-kneeling lift activates every muscle in the upper body and places a high demand on the core to stabilise the movement. This exercise is suitable for all fitness levels.

  • The stability ball seated lift is an intermediate level exercise that targets all the muscles of the upper body. Balancing on the stability ball gets the muscles of the core even firing more.

  • The standing lift targets the muscles of the core, the upper back, the chest, the posterior shoulder region and the arms. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The half-kneeling PNF rotational chop strenghtens all the muscles of the core and upper body in all three planes of motion. The torso rotation generates a strong contraction of the obliques. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.

  • The stability ball seated PNF rotational chop is an intermediate level exercise that activates every muscle in the upper body. The rotation and the constant need to maintain your balance on the ball generate a strong contraction of the core and the obliques.

  • The standing PNF rotational chop is an intermediate exercise that targets the muscles of the core, the upper back, the chest, the posterior shoulder region and the arms. The torso rotation generates a strong contraction of the obliques.

  • The half-kneeling PNF rotational lift activates every muscle in the upper body and places a high demand on the core to maintain proper form. The torso rotation generates a strong contraction of the obliques. This exercise is suitable for intermediate and advanced fitness levels.