Speaker 1: Grab one more and then take them
off and your legs are going to feel like a million bucks. That’s all hip power, all glute
power. This is going to be funny to see. It’s going to be a piece of cake. I could probably
start doing that and it would be a piece of cake for me too. Hold it for a second longer.
There you go. That’s like night and day? It feels like a million bucks?
Speaker 2: Yeah, it’s so much easier. Plus, before you know my hip was a little bit out?
This one I don’t really have to do that. Instead of pulling it out here, I can pull it a little
bit more like right here in front of my face. Speaker 1: That’s what you want too, right?
Speaker 2: Yeah, especially what I was trying to show you is a bow and arrow. Okay, that’s
a bow and arrow, what I was trying to show you. Whenever I put that on, it makes it easier
to kick in front because nobody really does bow and arrows as much as they do heel stretches.
Speaker 1: Because they’re harder? Speaker 2: Because they’re a lot harder.
Speaker 1: I sold a million of these to cheerleaders because all this is hip strength. The whole
sport is hip strength. You’re good. Good. Control your body. Squeeze. There you go.
Good. One more. Good. See I would almost think that all these moves though if you’re sitting
there and if you did 10 of those that’s where your strength is when they get in their hips.
If you get into that position with the bands on that’s where doing the move better is going
to be. How much different does that feel? Speaker 2: It feels a lot different if I could
just balance. Speaker 1: What’s the difference? Your hips
just feel like you’re looser and your leg can get into position easier? What is it?
Speaker 2: Yeah, because whenever you do this it stretches your legs even more. The band
stretches them even more. Speaker 1: You’re firing more? Your muscles
are… Speaker 2: Whenever you take it off your muscles
are phwooom. I just go… [End of Audio]
Duration: 2 minutes 28 seconds