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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Central Projection of Pain Arising from Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) in Human Subjects
The pain threshold of high-threshold mechanosensitive receptors subsequent to maximal eccentric exercise is a potential marker in the prediction of DOMS associated impairment
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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“By the way, is butt-cheeks spelled as one word or do I just spread them apart.” ????????????
I appreciated your commentary on layering cues and evolving your cuing strategy as you refine your approach. Well done.
I appreciate your kind words, Levi! Keep crushing it!
Z-dog! Love the new glasses! My color was blue.
I’m excited to see you’ll be in Minnesota! I’m looking at joining the fun 🙂
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