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Hip Lift with Stability Ball

NFPT is proud to partner with GMP Fitness! NFPT recommends GMP courses for continuing education and skill set development. This exercise, the Hip Lift with Stability Ball, is an example of the types of exercises that will be demonstrated in the GMP Core Training course. A hip lift is a lower body and core exercise that develops and strengthens the gluteal, hamstring and abdominal muscles for spinal stability. It is an excellent exercise to improve spinal health. It enhances and reinforces proper posture, promotes balance with the quadriceps and improves core stabilization. Core training is more than sculpting great looking abs, it provides the body with a working foundation. A systematic training approach, like the four level sequence, will help increase athletic performance, prevent the incidence of lower back injury and pain, ensure efficient and functional movement patterns and correct posture.
 
 
 

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Train the Trainers!

Want to be on TV? PFP can't get you there. But we can get you on PFP's website!PFP's mission with its video section is to provide useful information and techniques for trainers to incorporate into their business ... what better way to do this than to invite trainers to share with each other?



Have a favorite exercise you'd like to share? A new twist on something old? Something else you're really excited about? Let us know!


Each month, we feature a different trainer's video. Videos will be reviewed by PFP's editor and managing editor.


Whether you have a video already that you'd like to show off or are planning to make one, email mike@rbpub.com and let us know what you have in mind for your video. PLEASE do not email your video (those files are huge!). If we like your video idea, we'll make arrangements for file transfer.


Video Guidelines:


Should be 1 to 3 minutes in length.


Include a quick introduction -- who you are, a line or two about your business, what you're going to demonstrate.


Do what you do! Clearly narrate what you're doing and how you're doing it. Include whatever tips are necessary to make an exercise truly successful.


We don't expect you to hire a professional to shoot your video, but please pay attention to sound and video quality and make sure lighting is sufficient to make the demonstration easy to see and follow. Aim for a video resolution of at least 320x240.
 
When you email it to us, include a 50- to 100-word description of the video in the body of the email.


We'll accept most video formats.


Interested? Have more questions? Email mike@rbpub.com

 


 

 



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