Weekly Wellness Tip by Fit For You – Moving Side to Side & Dry Poaching Chicken

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Moving Side-to-Side
When exercising you commonly move from front to back, but how much thought do you give to moving side-to-side? Moving side-to-side is a lateral movement that engages your hip abductor muscles.

These muscles help you walk, run, play sports, balance on one foot, dance, get into and out of a car and get onto and off a bicycle. Bottom line, they improve functional fitness, enhance core stability and prevent injuries.

Exercises that strengthen your hip abductor muscles include side-lying leg raises, standing side leg raises, side step-ups, balancing on one leg, and side steps with or without a resistance band.

Photo courtesy of The Kitchn
Photo courtesy of The Kitchn

Recipe of the Week:

Say good-bye to dry and chewy chicken breast.  This recipe for Dry Poaching Chicken Breasts will deliver moist and tender results. Click for Recipe.

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“Just be yourself. Let people see the real, imperfect, flawed, quirky, weird, beautiful, magical person that you are.”

–       Mandy Hale

For a consultation on how you can step up your game- whether it’s time to get in shape, or get to the next level- contact Debbie.  You have to take a step to move forward!

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Core Fitness, 1840G York Road, Timonium, MD 21093

410-440-5807  [email protected]  www.fitforyouonline.com

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