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Did you know that your Diaphragm is a key Core muscle? It’s also the main muscle for Breathing! Breathing seems so simple but many do it in a way that is Suboptimal for their Core, Pelvic Floor and Spine. Do you hold your breath or does your lower belly bulge out when you work your “Core”? Are you performing Kegels correctly or do you bear down into your Pelvic Floor? We explore these questions and teach you how to properly train your Core with our 6 week “Core & Pelv...
Posted on 2018-09-26
**New: Kettlebells + Mobility = Kettlebility 101. When you go to your PT/Physio/Chiro for your shoulder problem, do they look at how your spine and ribcage work together with your shoulder? Or do they just give you theraband exercises? See that huge muscle we’ve highlighted is called your Latissimus Dorsi aka “Lats” and it is a direct connection from your shoulder to your spine. We’re oversimplifying things a bit but you get the 💡. We teach these “Kettlebell Halo...
Posted on 2018-09-21
Observe the asymmetry in this patient’s glutes: her R hip has decreased glute tone and muscle bulk and this relates directly to her pelvic floor function. She came to us with diastasis, a pelvic prolapse and stress incontinence (peeing when coughing or running after her kid) but she also had significant back and neck/shoulder pain as well as numbness/tingling in her hands. When your core (aka your body’s foundation) isn’t working properly, A LOT of other things can go wrong! Sh...
Posted on 2018-09-21
The 10 Commandments of How to be a Bulletproof Runner🏃‍♀️: Run Better, Faster & Be Injury-Resistant ⠀thebulletproofrunner #runfast
Posted on 2018-09-12
So you have a race coming up but have an Achilles injury or maybe you’ve had surgery for an Achilles rupture. You decide you’re going to continue running/training despite the pain. There’s definitely a smart way to train through an injury but you need to be methodical in your approach. Check out the video for some tips on how to train the smart way! Before, during and after each run: 1) Check range of motion (I like to use downward dog pose from yoga or “knee to wall&rdq...
Posted on 2018-08-28
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