Movement Debrief Episode 55 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:
- What is an asymmetrical infrasternal angle?
- What activities would improve an asymmetrical infrasternal angle?
- How do SI joint tests compare to an obers test for SI joint dysfunction or pelvic rotation?
- What is this testing really looking at?
- What is imaginary lat syndrome?
- What is the latissumus dorsi’s role in this syndrome?
- What can be done to impact imaginary lat syndrome?
- Are they any particular areas to consider cupping for a common movement pattern?
and the audio version…
Here were the links I mentioned:
Here is a picture of an asymmetrical infrasternal angle
Below is one of my go-to moves for an asymmetrical infrasternal angle
Below is the Gillet Test (Courtesy of Physiotutors)
Below is my go-to move for imaginary lat syndrome
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