Posts Tagged ‘Turkish Get-Up’

Move of the Week: Turkish Get-up

Are you finishing too quickly? Here’s why you shouldn’t — when it comes to this move. THE MOVE: Turkish Get-up MOVEMENT PATTERN AND MUSCLES WORKED: Core and corrective; abs, shoulders, legs. WHY DO IT: The Turkish Get-up is a complex, full-body movement that many people get wrong, simply because there are so many parts to begin…

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Move of the Week: Bottoms-up TGU to Hand

For today’s Move of the Week, we’ll be revisiting one of our all-time favorite exercises: the Turkish Get-up. This time though, we’re adding another layer of difficulty. Check it out below! THE MOVE: Bottoms-up TGU to Hand MOVEMENT PATTERN AND MUSCLES WORKED: Carry; core, rotator cuff, and shoulders. WHY DO IT: As we have emphasized multiple…

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What Snoop Can’t Teach You: Rolling 101

Today, I am quickly going to dive into what renowned movement specialist, Gray Cook, calls “loaded yoga:” the Turkish Get-Up. The Turkish Get-up is one of our go-to exercises these days—it’s very technical, yes, but it works through so much, that teaching it to our clients usually ends up being a worthwhile priority. From a…

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