That Stella Girl was designed around Christina’s morning training sessions with Anna Murphy focusing on what she loves to do. Taken from the fluidity of animal flow, the accuracy of pilates and the conditioning of body weight training.
The workout facilitates movement whilst streamlining the body. Rather than isolate muscles, the goal for many of the exercises is to invite more muscles to work in union, your senses come to life, the brain engages, co-ordination is challenged whilst endurance and strength are tested.
We start with some key activation exercises to focus us and wake up the core. The body of the workout provides the challenge finishing with two little moves that have a barre style feel to them and hit the lower body just where we need it.
Make your movements purposeful – quality is always priority over quantity. Do as many as you can well, rest and try a few more.
Regress to progress – each exercise has a modification so you can take a step back and gain control rather than work in chaos. Remember the nervous system needs a little time to integrate a new move.