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Are you using gait to assess your clients results?

One of the number one things you can do as a movement professional or therapist is study the human gait cycle. When it comes to offering your clients long lasting results, gait is the gold standard! If you can improve gait, results are much more likely to transfer into their life.

Why is it really important for you to know this?  Because most of the time after someone has received a treatment or improved their range of motion through exercises, they walk off the results in less than 5 steps!! Literally gone!

Ever heard of parking lot syndrome? After someone gets a chiropractic manipulation it’s not uncommon for them to walk off the result by the time they get to their car! And this happens with all modalities.

So what can you do?

Start challenging your results against gait! 

  1. Assess the persons gait.
  2. Perform the exercise or treatment. 
  3. Reassess their gait! 
  4. Prepare to be humbled

That’s right! Prepare to be humbled by the result! When I first started doing this I had to accept the fact that the technique I was using wasn’t doing what I thought it was. So the journey continued. And it’s okay! That’s what it’s all about.  We have to push to learn!

Assess! Don’t guess. Cheers.

 

About the Author:

Taylor Kruse, recently featured in Men's Health, is dedicated to empowering you with the truth and tools for improved health and performance.

His inspiration stems from more than 10 years of education and coaching through systems like Zhealth Performance, The Burdenko Method, and various movement practices.

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GETTING STARTED WITH BRAIN-BASED TRAINING:

Practice FIVE Neuro-Performance Drills

Learn why respiration, vision, vestibular, and complex movement integrations are essential tools for every coach!