Sitting Posture, Hypermobility, and Fear-Avoidance – Movement Debrief Episode 72

Movement Debrief Episode 72 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:

  • Does sitting slouch = extended?
  • Why do people appear flexed when they sit?
  • What is going on when someone sits slouched?
  • How should I work with someone who has a hypermobility syndrome?
  • What is Ehlers Danlos?
  • Are isometrics a worthy starting place?
  • What about unstable surface training?
  • What is fear-avoidance?
  • How do I go about using education to reduce fear avoidance?
  • What other tactics do I use to mitigate fear avoidance?

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