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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 ...
Posted on 2019-03-15
Yesterday we posted a video for snatches overheadsquats mobility FAI anklesprain crossfitweightlifting PhysicalTherapyphysioswholift snatch #lowbackpain
Posted on 2019-02-20
This is a great exercise to strengthen your core- as long as 1) you don’t allow your back to arch up off the floor when you bring the Kettlebell over your head (⭐️anti-extension: the Kettlebell makes you want to arch and you have to use your abs to prevent that from happening) and 2) You keep your spine from rotating when you lower 1 leg at a time (⭐️anti-rotation: when you lower the Right leg, your pelvis wants to rotate to the Right and you have to prevent that from happening).&n...
Posted on 2019-02-18
Our PTs, Victoria + Ben had a blast Co-teaching our Knee Pain Workshop CrossFit San Ramon❗️We had a great turn out of ~20 athletes from all different backgrounds + abilities, including crossfitters, mobility problem or a strength or kneepain runners halfmarathon triathlon sanramon acltearaclrepair PFPS kneecap
Posted on 2019-02-13
💯% of the time, when you’re a client with knee pain, we 👀 look at your foot/ankle AND your hips❗️The Knee joint is a “slave” to the joints above and below- it follows what they do. SO, if you have an ankle mobility issue (like the client in the pic above 👆), it’s going to affect your Knee. ❇️See how his right heel comes up off the floor❓He swore up + down that he felt NO difference between his Right calf/ankle and Left when he stretc...
Posted on 2019-02-12
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