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We laugh in disbelief when we watch Olympic gymnasts throw themselves into complicated inverted positions. They are so lean, but so strong at the same time. And the flexibility they have seems to be super-human. But the secret to their incredible ability is much more simple than you might think.

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shoulder mobility

HOW TO: IMPROVE SHOULDER STRENGTH AND MOBILITY

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Improving shoulder strength and mobility is yet another significant step towards taking back full control of your body’s movement.

HOW TO: BUILD STRONG HIPS

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Strong, mobile hips are invaluable. Build strength in your hips and improve the way you move in almost all activities with this simple & effective exercise that you can do at home.

Seated Pike leg lifts

HOW TO: L-SIT PROGRESSION

STRENGTH

Power up your core with this fundamental gymnastic exercise.
Much like the poplar plank position, the L-Sit is a bodyweight exercise that works your core muscles and boosts your isometric strength and stability. It involves supporting your body with your arms as you hold your legs straight out in front, floating them off the floor.

Seated Pike leg lifts

HOW TO: SEATED PIKE LEG LIFTS​

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The seated pike leg lift boosts our core strength by improving mobility and control of our hamstrings, quads, glutes, hips and lower abdominal muscles. It’s a very straightforward, beginner-friendly exercise that can be adapted to your current ability, whether you’re a new mover or an experienced athlete.

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