4) Be Able to See Yourself Doing The Workout
If possible, set up for the workout in your living room in front of a blank television. This way you can watch your reflection, mimicking the video in order to see if what you are trying to do is what you have intended. If you do not have a TV you could also place a mirror in the same room so you can observe your body mechanics. This can eliminate risk of injury and you will be able to see what movements were most challenging for proper posture. Think about the basics when it comes to posture, have a nice neutral spine, feet shoulder width apart, ensure your knees stay over your toes when squatting, and be mindful that your head is in a good position over your shoulders and that you are looking straight ahead.
5) Engage The Core
Always always always! Having a slight indrawn of your belly button so you feel a gentle hugging sensation in your core is imperative for spinal healthy and stability. You should be able to continue breathing at a typical depth even with core support. This is very important with each and every exercise.
Physical activity is great for the body and mind, especially in a time like this. If you have any questions regarding your exercise program, or would like virtual guidance from a physiotherapist, feel free to contact the clinic at email@example.com. Remember to warm up and stretch afterwards, along with giving your body some rest between workouts.