Spiraling Standing Part 1

We all have a preferred spiral in our body. Moving through spirals helps us ease up the tenser spiral side of the body. It helps balance out our tendency to be held in a twist. This movement is all about spiraling as far as you can through the whole body. The cues are simple and require little specificity to exact cues. Step into a cross lunge and follow the spiral all the way around the front leg. Unspiral moving through a wide stance transferring the weight to the other side. Watch the movement then try to spiral smoothly from one side to the other. It is a winding and unwinding of the hips and spine. Just find a flow and move in the spiral.

Practice this movement until you feel ease with it. Next week's video is the same movement with an added spring to help train the fascia.

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