Thursday, November 9, 2017

ActivMotion Bar IGNITE 60-Day Program Review: Integrated Flexibility

I am super excited about the new innovative ActivMotion Bar’s new IGNITE 60-day program. The ActivMotion Bar is a hollow body bar with rolling weights inside designed by Derek Mikulski, CSCS. The bar engages unique muscle activation and enhances the calorie burning benefits of your workouts! The 60 Day Ignite program includes 15 online workouts that blend cardio, strength, core work, and flexibility plus anti-aging balance work. Work your muscles in a whole new way with one piece of equipment and have fun while you are working out. The bars are available in multiple weights so you choose which bar is right for you. Keep reading to learn more about this fun and effective new program and stay tuned on the blog for detailed reviews of the new IGNITE workouts. 

ActivMotion IGNITE Integrated Flexibility Leslie

You will  need your ActivMotion bar, a towel, & a tennis ball for this 24 minute stretching & fascial release routine. Leslie works out barefoot for the first part of the workout.
Fascia work includes: using the ball on your feet, calves, piriformis, and back. Bar work includes: lunges using the bar, curtsy dips using the bar, & squat variations. Towel work includes: using the towel under your low back for C-curve work, kneeling on the towel, and stretches.

This routine is suitable for all fitness levels. Leslie provides a lot of info & you go back and retest your flexibility in this routine allowing for plenty of breaks. The pace is slower in this one as it is more of a recovery workout. I enjoyed the fascia work with the ball. I received access to this routine to review. 

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