Tag Archives: corrective exercise
strategies for anterior pelvic tilt

Strategies for Anterior Pelvic Tilt

This month’s Inner Circle webinar was on Strategies for Anterior Pelvic Tilt. I go through my system of how I integrate manual therapy, self-myofascial release, stretching, and correcting exercises.

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Poor scapular position

Is Resting Scapular Position Important?

Based on our current understanding of scapular posture, it is hard to place a lot of emphasis on static posture as it does not appear to be reliable, valid, correlate to injury, or correlate to poor movement patterns.

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minimum viable exercise

The Minimum Viable Exercise

Avoid the urge to perform “maximum strength” exercises and focus on the least amount of intensity needed to achieve the desired effect. This is the minimum viable exercise. Assess and adjust along the way to maximize performance and reduce your chance for injury.

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scapula cheerleader exercise

A Simple Exercise for the Scapula, Posterior Chain, and Posture

Next time you are looking for a drill to enhance scapular control, posterior chain strength, and postural awareness, try this exercise.

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Integrating Corrective Exercises

How to Integrate Corrective Exercises in Rehabilitation and Performance Training

My system for selecting and integrating corrective exercises into rehabilitation, fitness, and performance enhancement programs.

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corrective exercise bell curve

7 Reasons Why Corrective Exercises May Not Always Work

Correct exercises aren’t perfect. In order to best use corrective exercises, you first need to understand why they sometimes do not work.

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cueing the core during shoulder elevation

Cueing the Core to Enhance Shoulder Elevation

Here is a quick video showing how someone may hyperextend the spine with simple arm elevation exercises, such as a full can exercises, and how cueing them to engage their core corrects the movement.

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dale carnegie approach to assessments

The Dale Carnegie Approach to Assessments

You are making a big mistake if you are not applying the Dale Carnegie approach to your assessments.

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