Movement Debrief Episode 23 is in the books. Here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.
Here were all the topics (credit Jand80 for the awesome question):
- Thoughts on the Ober’s test and structures involved
- Can you stretch the IT band?
- How to build a thought process
- The hierarchy of restoring hip motion and where internal rotation fits
- Do PT’s address structure or function?
- Are we really testing and seeing pathology?
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Here were the links I mentioned tonight
An Anatomic Investigation of the Ober’s Test
Three-Dimensional Mathematical Model for Deformation of Human Fascia
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Deadlift – A Total Body Workout
It is hard to find a better fundamental exercise than the deadlift. A time-tested move that ought to be learned by all—whether you’re a professional athlete, bodybuilder, fitness client, or grandma with back pain.
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This “Movement Deep Dive” focuses on the deadlift and all of its variants.
You’ll learn why the deadlift is so important, how to do it progressing and regressing the moven, and how to fix common errors.
So grab some chalk, branched chain amino acids, pen, and paper. This one’s a mother.
If you can’t watch the video right away, I’ve provided a modified transcript below. I would recommend both watching the video and reading the post to get the most out of the material.
Continue reading “How to Deadlift – A Movement Deep Dive”
If you missed me live, you can check out Episode 4 of Movement Debrief below. We hit a small technical difficulty early on, but it all ended up working out.
We discuss the following concepts:
- Why I Emphasize Hamstrings before quadriceps after ACL reconstruction
- Why Hip Rotation isn’t always a reliable measure
- Interpreting the Ober’s Test
- Meeting the Patient’s Needs vs the Clinician’s Needs
I apologize that the quality is not so great. I’ve moved to a rural part of Arizona, which as of right now does not allow for the best of streaming. If you friend me on facebook, however, you can watch the live stream, which has surprisingly much better quality.
Click here for the post I mentioned discussing combining blood flow restriction training with E-stim.