Infrapubic Angle, Manual Ribcage Work, and Graded Exposure – Movement Debrief Episode 60

Movement Debrief Episode 60 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 the relationship between the infrasternal and infrapubic angles?
  • What are some key muscles to consider in the various infrapubic angle presentations?
  • What movement strategies should be focused on to restore infrapubic angle variability?
  • Is there value in manual ribcage work to increase expansion?
  • What type of techniques do I use to improve ribcage expansion?
  • What is graded exposure?
  • What is my opinion on graded exposure?
  • Do people in persistent pain have to push through pain during movement?

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Enjoy!

and the audio version…

 

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One comment

  1. Zac as you predicted for sure on of the best movement debriefs yet, for me anyway. I have a question when you were relating the ISA and IPA and the two diaphragms during normal gait conditions. So on stance diaphragms were ascended so the opposite side swing phase the diaphragms were descended. To clarify you are suggesting that the stance side is blocked during inhalation so air has to go into the swing side, right? We are not trying to inhale on one side and exhale on the other are we? LOL. Kenny G may be the only one that could do that.

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