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Sadie Marquardt

Denver, CO, United States

Feb 16 at 11:25 AM

Very good question. For this you will want to adapt the size of the micro. For example if you are doing 2 then the highest point is on 2. You start in neutral and drop back down to neutral. When going down just go down a bit beyond neutral so you don't collapse or round the upper back. They can be very small movements. It takes a bit of practice but it will come.


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Feb 16 at 11:07 AM

Hi Marion, It does look like they are out of that dress for the time being. I have two of those dresses in stock. Midnight blue and red. What size are you?


Feb 13 at 04:46 PM

The song is called Saskin or Shashkin. Here is one popular version


Feb 12 at 10:35 AM

So happy to know you enjoyed this!


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Feb 12 at 10:34 AM

Maya this is the only song I hear in this video



Feb 09 at 04:26 PM

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Feb 08 at 11:34 AM

Hello Movers & Shakers!
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Feb 04 at 12:40 PM

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Feb 04 at 12:36 PM

Hi Nicole, Thanks for your great question. You can use your glutes, they can be a helpful tool for some. I don't teach it often because over the years I use my glutes less and less. Glutes are not a primary muscle active in pelvic tilt, so it can lead to some problems.  That being said if they help you keep your technique under control while building strength and coordination, you can definitely use them. My personal advice would be to squeeze a yoga block between your legs while drilling the vertical hip isolations while focusing on maintaining all the proper technical points of posture and the move.