Isometric Circuit with Kettle Bell from Rekha Ayalur

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Tough isometric exercise that I like for a few reasons: ⁣⁣
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1. The isometric hold of the rear leg forces ankle stability and mobility of the rear big toe. ⁣⁣
2. Forces stabilization of the core when loaded in the front racked position (or goblet position).⁣⁣
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Work Circuit: ⁣⁣
* From half kneeling, come up a few inches to parallel shin position⁣⁣
* Hold for 3 secs ⁣⁣
* Repeat x 2⁣⁣
* Right into 2 isometric hold goblet squats⁣⁣
* Rest, switch sides.⁣⁣

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