I’ve been playing with this movement for the last several weeks and I love how it’s worked, for myself and my clients. It may just be because of where our referrals come from, but if we tallied the number of clients that walk in the door either stuck in an anterior tilt or with some […]
You are browsing archives for
Tag: corrective exercise
“A STILL, RELAXED FOOT will provide you all the feedback you need, your core and hips will provide the stability” When we teach isolateral movements you will hear this phrase over, and over, and over again. I just want to take minute today and explain why. As stated in our “epic importance of the foot” […]
A case for mobility work In the last post we discussed the need for lumbo-pelvic (bottom of the torso and hips) stability and its role in determining mobility and stability relationships throughout the lower body. Today we are going to talk a bit about the value of thoracic (upper back) mobility. When talking about thoracic […]
Let’s start with a couple of quick definitions. First is stretching: stretching is the attempt to add range of motion (ROM) to a specific muscle. The second is mobilizations, or MOBs: MOBs are done to add ROM to a joint. Our goal today is to get you to think twice before doing either. We’ve all […]
The picture attached shows the body proportionally to the density of nerve endings per body part. When looking at it think from an evolutionary standpoint. How would each of the oversized body parts help primitive man survive? Four organ systems are oversized in the picture. The mouth and lips, the hand, the genitals (edited off […]
Stacking cylinders (part 1): We often talk about stacking the cylinders and standing tall, here is a brief explanation of what we mean. Current clients please take a minute to watch. Our actively tall position is at the heart of the majority of what we do. Breakthrough Personal Training Cincinnati’s premier source for intelligent fitness.