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Unless you're working your abs, sitting while you exercise might seem counterintuitive, but not anymore.

Gyrokinesis Instructor Pam Blangy says her method of exercise is "a way of moving and opening up the body, the spine, every joint in the body system is opened up." It's based on an exercise movement developed in the 70's by Juliu Horvath, a professional dancer who developed a system of exercises that helped repair injuries he sustained as a dancer. It's a system based on fluid movements and breathing.

"Everything we do interacts with the core from the time we sit down in the chair," says Blangy, "It's a lot harder than people expect it to be." The method is taught at exercise studios nationwide. Ask your local gym or look online to find it in your city.

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