ABOUT THE WORKSHOP
We all want to be strong and fit, but let’s face it; some of us are also keen on having the perfect back side. This workshop with Anna offers you an overview on the science be-hind glute training. First you need to understand the muscles involved (those that give us that nice, curvy bottom). Than we will share with you some secrets on how to target each of those muscles. If you want to really build some awesome buttocks, you need to hit it directly, with exercises that cause the highest percentage of muscle activation for the three gluteus muscles. Instead of doing thousands of squats, it is better to understand how the muscles in this area work and create a program designed for your own body.
An understanding of the gluteus functional anatomy.
Where are the muscles responsible for creating delicious buttocks?
Why are the glutes so important in improving ones posture?
The impact of other muscles on your glutes.
A discussion about some myths about cellulite and tips on how to deal with it
An exercise program that targets the different parts of the glutes specifically.
Learning a simple daily routine of booty building exercises that can be done at home. - All participants will receive a printed summary with all exercises described.
Timing : Saturday, 27th March at 11:00am (120 minutes)
Joining Fee: Single Pass 175 aed, 150 aed if you buy the 5 Workshops Pass (valid for 6 months).
Venue: Yoga House in Intercontinental Dubai Marina
ABOUT THE instructor: Anna wyganowska-duda
Anna has a long history with fitness and training as she was a dancer through her formative years with a love for aerobics that led to her becoming a Zumba teacher and trainer.
Through her own practice she has gained a genuine passion for the benefits of Pilates and this is evident in her classes with her positive hands on approach. She places a lot of emphasis on correct practice in order to prevent injury and to maximize benefit.
Anna believes that there is a strong correlation between strength and balance and hopes to help her students achieve both.