Too Much Traps, Hand Health, and Arthritis – Movement Debrief Episode 92

Movement Debrief Episode 92 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: Why do some people have too much trap and neck tension while they reach? How do I cue reaching without using the neck What are some key components of hand health? What are the different hand positions one should be able to achieve? What different grips should one be able to perform? What are some good ways to improve hand health? What is arthritis? Does arthritis correlate with pain? What treatments are useful for arthritis?

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Neck Strength, Narrow Infrasternal Angles, and My Joint Went Out! – Movement Debrief Episode 46

Movement Debrief Episode 46 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: How can we best train the neck for grappling or head impact sports? What are the mechanics behind the narrow infrasternal angle? What is the treatment strategy for a narrow infrasternal angle? Do joints go “out?” If you want to watch these live, add me on Facebook or Instagram.They air every Wednesday at 7pm CST. Enjoy! and the audio version…                      Here were the links I mentioned: Sign-up for the Human Matrix September 15-16th here Here is a video of the neck bridge (courtesy of Expert Village) Action of the Diaphragm on the Ribcage Respiration Revisited Here are some exercise I give to people with a narrow infrasternal angle. My top is the diamond lazy bear: The toe touch to the squat the dorsal rostral squat and the sidelying pec twist Systematic review and meta-analyses of the difference between the spinal level of the palpated and imaged iliac crests Content validity of manual spinal palpatory exams – A systematic review Reliability of Physical Examination for Diagnosis of Myofascial Trigger Points The Mechanisms of Manual Therapy in the Treatment of Musculoskeletal Pain: A Comprehensive Model Neurophysiological effects of spinal manipulation Here’s a signup for my newsletter to get nearly 3 hours and 50 pages of content, a free acute:chronic workload

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Recommended Resources

I oftentimes get asked what resources I recommend. The resources listed below have been essential at putting me down the path that I am currently going, and have shaped how I practice today. The cool thing about this list? None of these are set in stone. If I find a better resource, or one of the blogs I recommend starts to resonate with me less, it leaves the list (no pressure). I want to give you guys the most up-to-date resources as humanly possible, so please check back here frequently. If you’d like articles and such that are tripping my trigger as of late, you may want to sign up for my newsletter. You’ll also get some access to almost 3 hours and 40+ pages worth of exclusive content on pain and breathing. Here are my resources: Foundational Sciences Video series Makemegenius – A youtube page dedicated to explaining scientific concepts that a kid could understand. Crashcourse – Another series of short videos explaining complex scientific topics and more in 15 minutes or less. I wish I had this in undergrad. Books Gilroy Atlas of Anatomy – Easily the best paper anatomy atlas you can find in the land. The angles drawn, the clarity of pictures, this atlas has it all. Wait until you see the subocciptals from the side. #mindblown Guyton and Hall Textbook of Medical Physiology – Easily the best and most comprehensive physiology textbook in the land, the depth at which this book dives into with concepts

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