Thread: Fluidity Bar?
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Old 03-14-2013, 01:22 PM   #28
Daimere
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I Couldnt Get My But Off The Floor, Or Lift My Legs.
If you are talking about the flat back exercises, they ARE hard. I sometimes go to a studio that does flat back. They say as long as you keep trying, you will be able to get to it slowly. If you are talking about the dip moves, Fluidity moves usually give a beginner modification that involves just leaning back. Some of the moves I can do the advanced but most of them I have to do beginner/intermediate on just the beginner dvd! Sorry you didn't like your fluidity bar!
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