The almighty Dead Bug. It’s a great exercise! Many people are familiar with it, but not everyone implements a sound, logical progression into their routine.
Click on the link below to read my latest post over at RippelEffectFitness.net! I expand on the Dead Bug exercise and lay out my current progression which covers 28 variations! That’s a lot of dead bugs! 🙂
I will continue to post links here, but as a reminder, I am no longer utilizing this blog as my main site.
Have a terrific Tuesday and keep expanding your exercise experience!
September 26, 2013 | Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: abs, baton rouge, Bodyweight, breathing, core, dead bug, dead bug exercise, dying bug, exercise, fitprosarah, personal trainer, progression, Rippel Effect Fitness, Sarah Rippel, stabilization | Leave a comment
The oh-so-dreaded Dead Bug…how my clients love/hate it so!
It is one of my favorite basic movements for teaching proper stabilization strategies, as well as the correction of faulty breathing patterns.
The “Wall Push” is an excellent variation that is excellent for beginners. Dr. Craig Liebenson has popularized the dead bug, combining the research and training of Pavel Kolar and Dr. Stuart McGill. Craig’s article in the Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies on this exercise may be found at this link.
October 25, 2012 | Categories: Bodyweight, Exercises & Workouts | Tags: abs, baton rouge, Bodyweight, BRFit, core, dead bug, dying bug, exercise, fitness, fitprosarah, louisiana, personal trainer, personal training, progression, Rippel, Rippel Effect, sarah, stabilization, training, triathlete, triathlon | Leave a comment