The movement cues are going to help you understand how to maintain proper form and posture during your exercises. After this exercise orientation and Trainerize Orientation you will be asked to perform some movement assessments. I want you to follow this video closely, even try some of the movements out, and apply it to the movement assessments once you’ve reached them.
The most important thing you need to know and understand is that posture is vital to your results. Maintaining good posture and control of your core from shoulder blades down to hips keeps your spine in good alignment and your spine and back safe from injury. Also Remember: tuck chin and keep eye gaze straight ahead, don’t try to look up when doing your hinges and don’t be looking down to locate your feet. Keep head and body aligned.
The cues learned will help you maintain proper posture and assist you in engaging and using the correct or intended muscle, creating the proper tension throughout the body ensures you are able to maintain good joint alignment, keep joints safe, and create force in through the muscles of the arms and legs as intended.