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Pelvic Mobility: How to perform lateral tilts of the SI Joint

mobility pain recovery Jul 23, 2018

Building a map for how to move the SI Joint is one of the most essential skills you can have as a human. The joint space is small but it transmits force traveling through your body every time your foot hits the ground. You want this joint to move well. 

The target for the Lateral Pelvic...

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Pelvic Mobility: How to perform anterior/posterior tilts of the SI Joint

mobility pain recovery Jul 20, 2018

Building a map for how to move the SI Joint is one of the most essential skills you can have as a human. The joint space is small but it transmits force traveling through your body every time your foot hits the ground. You want this joint to move well. 

The target for the Pelvic...

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Lumbar Mobility: How to perform a Lumbar Full Circle

mobility pain recovery Jul 20, 2018

Building up to a full lumbar circle is an excellent injury proofing strategy and is critical for athletes performing at any level!

The previous drills covered are a great way to lead up to a full lumbar circle:

The target for...

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Lumbar Mobility: How to perform a Lumbar Back Circle

mobility pain recovery Jul 20, 2018

Once you have mastered the Lumbar Front Circle you are ready for the lumbar back circle.

The target for the Lumbar Back Circle are the segments of the lumbar spine from L-1 to L-5 (low back).  

Understanding how to move your lumbar spine (low back) independently of your thoracic spine...

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Lumbar Mobility: How to do a Lumbar Front Circle

mobility pain recovery Jul 20, 2018

Once you have mastered the Lumbar Front Quarter Circle you are ready for the front circle.

The target for the Lumbar front circle are the segments of the lumbar spine from L-1 to L-5 (low back).  

Understanding how to move your lumbar spine (low back) independently of your thoracic...

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Lumbar Mobility: How to perform a lumbar front quarter circle

mobility pain recovery Jul 20, 2018

The target for the Lumbar front quarter circle are the segments of the lumbar spine from L-1 to L-5 (low back).  

Understanding how to move your lumbar spine (low back) independently of your thoracic spine and your pelvis is essential for the highest quality movement, injury...

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Why You Might Still Have Pain After Rehab

education pain recovery rehab Jul 19, 2018

Today, I'm going to talk to you about pain and why your rehabilitative efforts may not have been successful. 

I cover 2 major lessons in this video:

  • All sensory information goes to the contralateral cortex (opposite side brain) except smell
  • The Primary pathway of voluntary movement is...
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Our man Corey showing us how The Infinity Walk improves performance

 

Our main man Corey! Back when we were teaching him how to jump rope. Corey was originally coming from a place where he was not able to safely jump or land.

You might recognize the exercise used here. It’s The Infinity Walk!

In the video we used the power of The Infinity Walk to improve...

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Understanding health and performance through a neurological lens

education health pain recovery Dec 05, 2017

These are the elements of basic BODY OWNERSHIP.

Did you know that there is a part of our brain that is largely responsible for our sense of: 

  • Body ownership?
  • Feeling grounded?
  • Our sense of belonging in this life?

Did you know you could train it!? Activities that help and activate this...

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Chronic pain is a health problem, not a fitness problem

education pain recovery Nov 27, 2017

A person who experiences ongoing pain, is a person with a health problem. Not a fitness problem.

Many people with chronic pain try and fix it by increasing their fitness. They get trapped in this cycle because exercising helps them feel better temporarily. Why? Because it stirs up a bunch of...

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