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Risk/Benefit Analysis of Lower Body Training Exercises

Risk/Benefit Analysis of Lower Body Training Exercises

In this episode of Peach Pit Fitness, Meredith and Jennifer discuss lower body myths and explore whether or not there are bad exercises or inefficient exercises. They break down specific body exercises and discuss how certain movements affect particular muscle groups. Meredith and Jenn also share how to create a continuum of risk-benefit and efficiency-inefficiency in your exercise program to help people assess which exercises are best for them.

Topics discussed:

  • Peach Pit Fitness explained
  • Is there such a thing as a “bad exercise”?
  • A risk-benefit analysis of lower body exercises such as step-ups, leg curls, and booty bands
  • Pelvic stability
  • Perfectionism and accessing the risks and benefits of exercises
  • 90’s fitness nostalgia

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