Movement Debrief Episode 100 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:
- First, a case study of a patient who had full thorax motion, yet still had pain
- How to problem solve through a set of movement limitations
- Why is overhead pressing useful?
- What does my progression look like to getting someone to overhead press?
Do I prefer in front of neck or behind the neck position for overhead pressing?
- Why do molars get pulled?
- What impact can pulled molars have on breathing and movement?
- What would be treatment recommendations?
- Are situps a bad exercise choice?
- Will situps hurt your back?
- When could programming situp variations be useful?
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Below is rockback breathing. A classic move to start someone with
Crunching skywalkers is a great move to drive spinal inhalation and improve hip extension
I like the drunken turtle exercise to improve spinal inhalation
Below is the dragon roll exercise. It’s a great situp variation.