Self-Testing, Postural Evaluation, and Shoulder Impingement – Movement Debrief Episode 41

Movement Debrief Episode 41 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.

Here is the set list:

  • Can you self diagnose why a muscle feels tight?
  • What are some good self tests to assess variability
  • can you appear “flexed” in one area but actually be extended?
  • Can we make accurate assessments regarding posture?
  • Why does impingement occur?
  • How does shoulder testing relate to the infrasternal angle?
  • What each of the shoulder tests I look at are attempting to assess?

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Enjoy!

and the audio version…

Zac Cupples iTunes                

 

Here were the links I mentioned:

Manual Muscle Testing Debrief

Here is the toe touch to squat

Infrasternal Angle

Overhead vs. Quadruped

And the active midstance test

Posterior Tilt

Pelvic Tilts and Lordosis

Check out the Apley’s Scratch Test (don’t mind the adhesions portion)

If you want to see trunk rotation, check out Respiration Revisited

Illmatic by Nas

Usain Bolt Debrief

Here is the diamond bear exercise

Here is the sidelying pec twist

Here is the cable hang courtesy of Lucy Hendricks

Bill Hartman

 

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2 comments

  1. about 12:38 you are talking about abd/add limitations. If limited abd but not add then do abd exrx. So when do you know or what if limitation is do to being at end range? I may be brain skidding right now but I could listen to a whole podcast on this topic.

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