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A well executed Turkish Get Up is a beautiful thing. These 2 ladies showing how it’s done in our Kettlebell & Pilates Core Conditioning Class. This is NOT a typical workout or boot camp style class- you actually learn SKILLS- This is training, not just working out. Although we do get a good workout too! But there’s a difference between working out vs. training. If you can get both, you’ve hit the jackpot. Skilled movement is something we should all strive for. What is skill...
Posted on 2018-03-29
It's 2018 and the start of the new year so lots of resolutions and reflections on how to improve this year vs. last year. Some people decide to take up running in hopes of "getting in shape" and losing weight. Some want to improve their run performance, run faster/stronger and get a PR. Most runners make the mistake of thinking to achieve those goals, they need to run more or do more fast runs, tempo runs, etc. There is some truth to that-Obviously in order to run faster, you have to practice ru...
Posted on 2018-01-09
“Should I do planks to strengthen my core if I have a diastasis?”-a question I was asked during our “Restore Your Core” workshop this weekend. It depends. How well do you perform the plank? Is there abdominal doming and bulging? Are you able to maintain good alignment? The picture shown demonstrates 3 common errors when performing the plank : 1) Inability to maintain 3 points of contact with dowel 2) Anterior pelvic tilt and/or lumbar spine extension 3) Poor neck/thoracic...
Posted on 2017-11-15
We love to cycle here at Ironhorse PT and Pilates, and so do our kids! (That's my 4 year old in her very 1st triathlon, how cool is that? I got to run to the finish line with her!). Her actual bike split was only 5 min 7sec. However, as adults, we generally spend many more hours in the saddle than that. Training rides for Ironman 70.3 or 140.6 are usually between 2-6+ hours, ditto for century rides and can be more for events like Death Ride which require a lot of climbing, multiple day cycling...
Posted on 2017-09-16
111 Deerwood Rd., ste 240, San Ramon CA 94583, September 11th, 2017 at 05:30
Do you feel like you haven't recovered your core strength since giving birth (even if it was years ago)? Do you get achy in your neck, shoulders or Lower back especially when caring for your kid(s)? Are you frustrated by the appearance and function of your post-partum belly but don't know how to train effectively? Have you been diagnosed with diastasis recti aka "mummy tummy"?Join Licensed Physical Therapist, Pilates & Kettlebell Instructor, Victoria Liu, in her " Restore Your Core after Pre...
Posted on 2017-08-14
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