Movement Debrief Episode 84 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 can be done about foot arches that collapse?
- Are orthotics a useful tool for this condition?
- Are their instances which I’ll cue excessive rounding of the spine during breathing exercises?
- Can rounding the back drive posterior thorax expansion?
- What is the importance of posture?
- Can posture be changed?
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Below is a move I like to drive calcaneal inversion
Below is a move I like to drive calcaneal eversion
Here is a basic overview of the infrasternal angle
Book notes for The Sensitive Nervous System
Below is a picture of my “posture” in circa 2010 and today. Notice the difference in my degree of lumbar lordosis, which is probably the most dramatic. But it also appears I have a bit smoother of a kyphosis as well in the thoracic spine. Notice, I’m also about 10 pounds heavier in the pic on the right.