Movement Debrief Episode 104 is in the books. Below is a copy of the video for your viewing pleasure, and audio if you can’t stand looking at me.
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- What are pelvic diaphragm mechanics during breathing?
- How do these mechanics relate to two different types of kegel (holding in urine vs gas)
- Is there a reason to encourage a kegel?
- What could be the negative implications of a kegel?
- What breathing mechanics does reaching overhead encourage?
- What type of reaching would each infrasternal angle presentation benefit from?
- What are some signs to differentiate an overuse injury vs tissue deconditioning?
- How do you encourage someone with an overuse injury to proceed?
- How do you encourage someone with tissue deconditioning to proceed?
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Can you also relate pelvic diaphragm mechanics to the cue “pretend like you are holding in gas” and when to use that cue? If you cue ” hold in gas on the inhale does it activate pelvic floor? Shouldn’t you want pelvic floor to activate on the exhale…moving up like a piston with the thoracic diaphragm?
Also, doesn’t incline or overhead encourage pump handle activity. If I have a wide isa with an inhaled pump handle, wouldn’t I want to avoid too much of that?
Overuse vs Deconditioned
When is it overuse (someone did too much and needs recovery) and when do you encourage a person to do more (they are deconditioned)?
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