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Coasting : Issue 13 July 2010
19 www.coastingtoday.com.au COASTING FEATURE COASTING HEALTH Cat stretch A good exercise for anyone with tight back muscles and a weak core. It helps to strengthen and stabilise back muscles and to elongate them, Michelle said. Located at 6 surfclubs on the coast: Terrigal, North Avoca, Avoca Beach, Wamberal, Umina, Copa and Wagstaffe. Phone: 4384 5005 or 0425 224 532 Email: email@example.com Web: www.michellespilates.com.au BOOK NOW for Term 3 26th July-1st October Don't let your body freeze up this Winter... Keep strong and flexible with PILATES c8769050-1Jul 99 Wallarah Road Gorokan NSW 2263 www.gorokandental.com (02) 4392 3706 (02) 4392 3999 DENTAL IMPLANT &COSMETIC CENTRE Gorokan DR. TONY COLLINS B.D.S. (SYD), B.A. (U.N.E.), MAST. CLIN. PRAC. (U.W.S.) DR. MICHAEL MAHABADI B.D.S. DENTAL SURGEON & ASSOCIATES ぇ )̋º̋ø̇Ø &̋ºßÆœßø° ぇ (̇ŒÆØ° &̋ºßÆœßø° ぇ 6æß̇Ø +ŒıØ̇ºß &̋ºßÆœßø° ぇ %æœŒ̋ßÆ̊ &̋ºßÆœßø° ぇ %øæ¬º ┃ $øÆ¸̌̋ 9æøŁ ぇ 1º̋ *æ-ø 6̋̋ß̶ 9̶Æß̋ºÆº̌ ぇ *°̌Æ̋ºÆœß�6̶̋ø̇ıÆœß ぇ +8 5Ø̋̋ı &̋ºßÆœßø° ぇ 8̋ß̋ø̇º #プ̇Æøœ ぇ ぐくグ &Æœ̊æ-ºß #̌̋¸ 2̋ºœÆæº̋øœ ぇ 5̋ºÆæøœ &Æœ̊æ-ºß ぇ '̨ßıæœ ぇ *Æ̊̇ıœ ぇ '®ß̋º¸̋¸ *æ-øœ 80 Challenges 12 Flying Foxes PH: 4025 1008 www.treetop turepark.com .a u In Ourimbah State Forest 2to3hoursof thrilling fun up high in the trees c8768231-1Jul Begin in a 'box position' on all fours, with your spine in a neutral position. Breathe in to prepare to start the motion sequence. 1. Breathe out, then contract your abdominal muscles and round your spine. Tuck your tail bone up and under. 2. Inhale as you lengthen your spine and stabilise it as you return to your neutral starting position. Do eight to 10 repetitions. 3. Oblique abdominal curl This is a particularly good one for athletes who want to improve their performance on the sports field. It strengthens all of the abdominals -- the deep, upper and oblique abs. Start by lying flat on the floor then breathe in as you balance a swiss ball between your shins, as shown. 1. Breathe out to engage the deep abdominal muscles as you curl your torso forward and rotate your right armpit towards your left knee. 2. Breathe in to lower the torso to the floor and return to your starting position. Then repeat the exercise, this time rotating the left armpit towards the right knee. Do eight to 10 repetitions. 3.
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