Movement Debrief Episode 28 is in the books. Here is a copy of the video and audio for your listening pleasure.
Here is the set list:
- How do testing considerations differ for people with joint hypermobility syndromes?
- What does treatment look like for the hypermobile client?
- Why I like pushups and other upper body exercises can be effective selections for lower body problems
- What “pain science” courses do I recommend
- What’s the deal with overbracing and cueing abdominal coordination?
- How can you reduce lat overactivity
- The clinical reasoning model that I am thinking of
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Enjoy. (sorry about the audio delay, still making some tweaks on my new computer)
Here were the links I mentioned:
Here is the first way I assess coordinative variability
The next test assess coordination, power, and fatigability of joint variability:
Explain Pain Course Notes
Graded Motor Imagery Course Notes
Mobilisation of the Nervous System Course Notes
Therapeutic Neuroscience Education Course Notes
International Spine and Pain Institute
“All Gain No Pain” by Bill Hartman
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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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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.
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