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- Snatch making some progress here. Snat h balance lost some balance so I had to reset. Ugly single at 165 but at least it was easy and now I see how much of my struggle comes from the second pull. Somehow ended up in am accidental perched squat when I reracked. Back down to 135 for a much better pause at knee. And finished off with some handstand specific ab work. Gotta get that press handstand by 2018! #midlineathletics #weightlifting #oly #lift #fitness #fitfam #exercise #crossfit #squats #legday #neverskiplegday #injury #rehab #work #olympicweightlifting #squats #legday #snatch #cleanandjerk #clean #technique #snatchbalance #overheadsquat #mobility #catalystathletics #handstand #gymnastics #handstands #crossfit #presshandstand #zerchersquat
- Snatch making some progress here. Snat h balance lost some balance so I had to reset. Ugly single at 165 but at least it was easy and now I see how much of my struggle comes from the second pull. Somehow ended up in am accidental perched squat when I reracked. Back down to 135 for a much better pause at knee. And finished off with some handstand specific ab work. Gotta get that press handstand by 2018! #midlineathletics #weightlifting #oly #lift #fitness #fitfam #exercise #crossfit #squats #legday #neverskiplegday #injury #rehab #work #olympicweightlifting #squats #legday #snatch #cleanandjerk #clean #technique #snatchbalance #overheadsquat #mobility #catalystathletics #handstand #gymnastics #handstands #crossfit #presshandstand #zerchersquat
- Snatch making some progress here. Snat h balance lost some balance so I had to reset. Ugly single at 165 but at least it was easy and now I see how much of my struggle comes from the second pull. Somehow ended up in am accidental perched squat when I reracked. Back down to 135 for a much better pause at knee. And finished off with some handstand specific ab work. Gotta get that press handstand by 2018! #midlineathletics #weightlifting #oly #lift #fitness #fitfam #exercise #crossfit #squats #legday #neverskiplegday #injury #rehab #work #olympicweightlifting #squats #legday #snatch #cleanandjerk #clean #technique #snatchbalance #overheadsquat #mobility #catalystathletics #handstand #gymnastics #handstands #crossfit #presshandstand #zerchersquat
- Vos abdominaux peux être la cause de vos douleurs à l’épaule ! Je parle beaucoup d’interconnexion entre vos fascias et celle-ci est très fréquente! Pour mieu comprendre qu'est-ce que le fascia voyez-le comme un grand réseau reliant les muscles ensemble. En tant que système, vous pouvez voir que certains muscles sont reliés--- ✔️ les abdominaux ✔️grand et petit pectoral ✔️sternales ✔️ sterno-cléido-mastoïdien Ils se connectent à un système qui est appelé à être la ligne superficielle frontale. Supposons que vous êtes comme la plupart des gens et que vous vous asseyez toute la journée. Si vous êtes habitué à cette position, vous risquez probablement d'incliner votre cage thoracique vers l'avant parce que le fascia abdominal vous retient dans la direction de votre bureau. De plus, les abdominaux se connectent au grand et petit pectoral (ligne du bras), ce qui signifie que les abdominaux peuvent même affecter la façon dont vous effectuez votre bench presse par exemple. Si vos abdominaux se retrouvent à être sérés, ils vont affecter cette ligne et peuvent commencer à tirer constamment ce qui se trouve au-dessus. En résumé, votre grand droit de l’abdomen est parfois la cause de douleur à l’épaule dû aux connexions avec celle-ci. Un relâchement de vos abdominaux est fortement conseillé pour éviter que votre cage thoracique tire constamment vers le bas. Demain, j’explique la relation entre vos abdominaux et vos douleurs lombaires !! #shoulderpain#pain#core#abs#injury#deskjob#sports#sportsinjury#physiotherapy#massotherapy#rehab#prehab#mobility#stability#neurology#movement#perfomance#yoga#pilates#fitness#crossfit#instagood
- Vos abdominaux peux être la cause de vos douleurs à l’épaule ! Je parle beaucoup d’interconnexion entre vos fascias et celle-ci est très fréquente! Pour mieu comprendre qu& #39;est-ce que le fascia voyez-le comme un grand réseau reliant les muscles ensemble. En tant que système, vous pouvez voir que certains muscles sont reliés--- ✔️ les abdominaux ✔️grand et petit pectoral ✔️sternales ✔️ sterno-cléido-mastoïdien Ils se connectent à un système qui est appelé à être la ligne superficielle frontale. Supposons que vous êtes comme la plupart des gens et que vous vous asseyez toute la journée. Si vous êtes habitué à cette position, vous risquez probablement d& #39;incliner votre cage thoracique vers l& #39;avant parce que le fascia abdominal vous retient dans la direction de votre bureau. De plus, les abdominaux se connectent au grand et petit pectoral (ligne du bras), ce qui signifie que les abdominaux peuvent même affecter la façon dont vous effectuez votre bench presse par exemple. Si vos abdominaux se retrouvent à être sérés, ils vont affecter cette ligne et peuvent commencer à tirer constamment ce qui se trouve au-dessus. En résumé, votre grand droit de l’abdomen est parfois la cause de douleur à l’épaule dû aux connexions avec celle-ci. Un relâchement de vos abdominaux est fortement conseillé pour éviter que votre cage thoracique tire constamment vers le bas. Demain, j’explique la relation entre vos abdominaux et vos douleurs lombaires !! #shoulderpain #pai #core #ab #injury #deskjo #sports #sportsinjur #physiotherapy #massotherap #rehab #preha #mobility #stabilit #neurology #movemen #perfomance #yog #pilates #fitnes #crossfit #instagood
- Vos abdominaux peux être la cause de vos douleurs à l’épaule ! Je parle beaucoup d’interconnexion entre vos fascias et celle-ci est très fréquente! Pour mieu comprendre qu'est-ce que le fascia voyez-le comme un grand réseau reliant les muscles ensemble. En tant que système, vous pouvez voir que certains muscles sont reliés--- ✔️ les abdominaux ✔️grand et petit pectoral ✔️sternales ✔️ sterno-cléido-mastoïdien Ils se connectent à un système qui est appelé à être la ligne superficielle frontale. Supposons que vous êtes comme la plupart des gens et que vous vous asseyez toute la journée. Si vous êtes habitué à cette position, vous risquez probablement d'incliner votre cage thoracique vers l'avant parce que le fascia abdominal vous retient dans la direction de votre bureau. De plus, les abdominaux se connectent au grand et petit pectoral (ligne du bras), ce qui signifie que les abdominaux peuvent même affecter la façon dont vous effectuez votre bench presse par exemple. Si vos abdominaux se retrouvent à être sérés, ils vont affecter cette ligne et peuvent commencer à tirer constamment ce qui se trouve au-dessus. En résumé, votre grand droit de l’abdomen est parfois la cause de douleur à l’épaule dû aux connexions avec celle-ci. Un relâchement de vos abdominaux est fortement conseillé pour éviter que votre cage thoracique tire constamment vers le bas. Demain, j’explique la relation entre vos abdominaux et vos douleurs lombaires !! #shoulderpain#pain#core#abs#injury#deskjob#sports#sportsinjury#physiotherapy#massotherapy#rehab#prehab#mobility#stability#neurology#movement#perfomance#yoga#pilates#fitness#crossfit#instagood
- Anatomy of the Hip Hinge ---------- In biomechanics, we often discuss a concept referred to as the convex-concave rules of arthrokinematic motion. That is a big fancy name, but all it basically means is that our freely movable joints have a convex side and a concave side that fit together 🔧(think about the ball and socket of the hip or shoulder joints) and follow a set of arthrokinematic or 'accessory' motions. These accessory motions allow for our larger bone on bone or osteokinematic motions (flexion, abduction, extension, etc) to occur. . When we examine the biomechanics of the hip hinge, we are looking to see that an individual can move a specific portion of the pelvis called the acetabulum (concave side of the hip joint) through anterior roll and glide over the femoral head, which causes hip flexion. Now, if left unchecked, the low back (lumbar spine) will eventually move into flexion (image A), which may pose increased risk of injury 🤕 when under load. . To counteract this, we teach our patients/clients to dissociate their lumbar spine from their pelvis, referred to as 'contradirectional' lumbopelvic rhythm (image B), which involves contracting the spinal extensors (low back muscles) in order to maintain lumbar extension while the pelvis is tilting anteriorly and the hip is moving into flexion. This keeps the spine in neutral and is thought to help prevent injury, especially in novice weight lifters 🏋🏼during lifts such as the deadlift. . However, it is key to remember that the normal lumbopelvic rhythm (hip flexion and spinal flexion-image A) is nothing to be feared. Our lumbar spine was built to move into flexion, so don't let anyone convince you that you should never round your low back when bending forward. . . . #biomechanics #movement #exercise #spine #injury #injuryprevention #lumbar #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #kinesiology #pelvis #hip #hiphinge #deadlift #deadlifts #squat #squats #strengthtraining #humanperformance #anatomy #muscle #motorcontrol #rehab #fitness #weightlifting #yoga #yogalife #exercisescience #bodybuilding
- Anatomy of the Hip Hinge ---------- In biomechanics, we often discuss a concept referred to as the convex-concave rules of arthrokinematic motion. That is a big fancy name, but all it basically means is that our freely movable joints have a convex side and a concave side that fit together 🔧(think about the ball and socket of the hip or shoulder joints) and follow a set of arthrokinematic or & #39;accessory & #39; motions. These accessory motions allow for our larger bone on bone or osteokinematic motions (flexion, abduction, extension, etc) to occur. . When we examine the biomechanics of the hip hinge, we are looking to see that an individual can move a specific portion of the pelvis called the acetabulum (concave side of the hip joint) through anterior roll and glide over the femoral head, which causes hip flexion. Now, if left unchecked, the low back (lumbar spine) will eventually move into flexion (image A), which may pose increased risk of injury 🤕 when under load. . To counteract this, we teach our patients/clients to dissociate their lumbar spine from their pelvis, referred to as & #39;contradirectional & #39; lumbopelvic rhythm (image B), which involves contracting the spinal extensors (low back muscles) in order to maintain lumbar extension while the pelvis is tilting anteriorly and the hip is moving into flexion. This keeps the spine in neutral and is thought to help prevent injury, especially in novice weight lifters 🏋🏼during lifts such as the deadlift. . However, it is key to remember that the normal lumbopelvic rhythm (hip flexion and spinal flexion-image A) is nothing to be feared. Our lumbar spine was built to move into flexion, so don& #39;t let anyone convince you that you should never round your low back when bending forward. . . . #biomechanics #movement #exercise #spine #injury #injuryprevention #lumbar #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #kinesiology #pelvis #hip #hiphinge #deadlift #deadlifts #squat #squats #strengthtraining #humanperformance #anatomy #muscle #motorcontrol #rehab #fitness #weightlifting #yoga #yogalife #exercisescience #bodybuilding
- Anatomy of the Hip Hinge ---------- In biomechanics, we often discuss a concept referred to as the convex-concave rules of arthrokinematic motion. That is a big fancy name, but all it basically means is that our freely movable joints have a convex side and a concave side that fit together 🔧(think about the ball and socket of the hip or shoulder joints) and follow a set of arthrokinematic or 'accessory' motions. These accessory motions allow for our larger bone on bone or osteokinematic motions (flexion, abduction, extension, etc) to occur. . When we examine the biomechanics of the hip hinge, we are looking to see that an individual can move a specific portion of the pelvis called the acetabulum (concave side of the hip joint) through anterior roll and glide over the femoral head, which causes hip flexion. Now, if left unchecked, the low back (lumbar spine) will eventually move into flexion (image A), which may pose increased risk of injury 🤕 when under load. . To counteract this, we teach our patients/clients to dissociate their lumbar spine from their pelvis, referred to as 'contradirectional' lumbopelvic rhythm (image B), which involves contracting the spinal extensors (low back muscles) in order to maintain lumbar extension while the pelvis is tilting anteriorly and the hip is moving into flexion. This keeps the spine in neutral and is thought to help prevent injury, especially in novice weight lifters 🏋🏼during lifts such as the deadlift. . However, it is key to remember that the normal lumbopelvic rhythm (hip flexion and spinal flexion-image A) is nothing to be feared. Our lumbar spine was built to move into flexion, so don't let anyone convince you that you should never round your low back when bending forward. . . . #biomechanics #movement #exercise #spine #injury #injuryprevention #lumbar #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #kinesiology #pelvis #hip #hiphinge #deadlift #deadlifts #squat #squats #strengthtraining #humanperformance #anatomy #muscle #motorcontrol #rehab #fitness #weightlifting #yoga #yogalife #exercisescience #bodybuilding
- ・・・ ACL Injury Mechanics ----------- There are several common biomechanical characteristics that are associated with non-contact ACL injuries, which we will explore in this post. . Research has commonly pointed towards four motor behavior patterns that are associated with ACL injury. . 1️⃣ Inward collapse of the knee or dynamic valgus (ligament dominance) places extra stress on the passive structures of the knee and is associated with poor control of the hip joint and, less so, the foot. . 2️⃣ Limited knee flexion (quadriceps dominance) is commonly seen in individuals who have suffered ACL injuries. A strong contraction by the quadriceps translates to a stiffer landing and increased anterior shear stress on the ACL. . 3️⃣ Asymmetrical weight bearing (leg dominance) is seen in activities that are normally characterized by equal loading of each leg. When this happens, the loaded leg is put under greater stress, including the ACL. . 4️⃣ Lateral trunk flexion (trunk dominance) relates to an individual's inability to precisely control their trunk in three-dimensional space through coordinated trunk muscle action. Several studies have demonstrated that trunk proprioception and control serve as predictors of future risk of knee ligament injury. •••••••••• 📚Hewett TE et al. Understanding and preventing acl injuries: current biomechanical and epidemiologic considerations. N Am J Sports Phys Ther. 2010. . . . #acl #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #knee #kneepain #sportsmedicine #sport #athlete #biomechanics #orthopedics #anatomy #aclrehab #aclsurgery #movement #kinesiology #health #wellness #rehab #injury #injuryprevention #instability #sportsrehab #dptstudent #sportstherapy #sportsmedicine #basketball #volleyball #soccer #football #prehab
- ・・・ ACL Injury Mechanics ----------- There are several common biomechanical characteristics that are associated with non-contact ACL injuries, which we will explore in this post. . Research has commonly pointed towards four motor behavior patterns that are associated with ACL injury. . 1️⃣ Inward collapse of the knee or dynamic valgus (ligament dominance) places extra stress on the passive structures of the knee and is associated with poor control of the hip joint and, less so, the foot. . 2️⃣ Limited knee flexion (quadriceps dominance) is commonly seen in individuals who have suffered ACL injuries. A strong contraction by the quadriceps translates to a stiffer landing and increased anterior shear stress on the ACL. . 3️⃣ Asymmetrical weight bearing (leg dominance) is seen in activities that are normally characterized by equal loading of each leg. When this happens, the loaded leg is put under greater stress, including the ACL. . 4️⃣ Lateral trunk flexion (trunk dominance) relates to an individual& #39;s inability to precisely control their trunk in three-dimensional space through coordinated trunk muscle action. Several studies have demonstrated that trunk proprioception and control serve as predictors of future risk of knee ligament injury. •••••••••• 📚Hewett TE et al. Understanding and preventing acl injuries: current biomechanical and epidemiologic considerations. N Am J Sports Phys Ther. 2010. . . . #acl #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #knee #kneepain #sportsmedicine #sport #athlete #biomechanics #orthopedics #anatomy #aclrehab #aclsurgery #movement #kinesiology #health #wellness #rehab #injury #injuryprevention #instability #sportsrehab #dptstudent #sportstherapy #sportsmedicine #basketball #volleyball #soccer #football #prehab
- ・・・ ACL Injury Mechanics ----------- There are several common biomechanical characteristics that are associated with non-contact ACL injuries, which we will explore in this post. . Research has commonly pointed towards four motor behavior patterns that are associated with ACL injury. . 1️⃣ Inward collapse of the knee or dynamic valgus (ligament dominance) places extra stress on the passive structures of the knee and is associated with poor control of the hip joint and, less so, the foot. . 2️⃣ Limited knee flexion (quadriceps dominance) is commonly seen in individuals who have suffered ACL injuries. A strong contraction by the quadriceps translates to a stiffer landing and increased anterior shear stress on the ACL. . 3️⃣ Asymmetrical weight bearing (leg dominance) is seen in activities that are normally characterized by equal loading of each leg. When this happens, the loaded leg is put under greater stress, including the ACL. . 4️⃣ Lateral trunk flexion (trunk dominance) relates to an individual's inability to precisely control their trunk in three-dimensional space through coordinated trunk muscle action. Several studies have demonstrated that trunk proprioception and control serve as predictors of future risk of knee ligament injury. •••••••••• 📚Hewett TE et al. Understanding and preventing acl injuries: current biomechanical and epidemiologic considerations. N Am J Sports Phys Ther. 2010. . . . #acl #physio #physiotherapy #physicaltherapy #knee #kneepain #sportsmedicine #sport #athlete #biomechanics #orthopedics #anatomy #aclrehab #aclsurgery #movement #kinesiology #health #wellness #rehab #injury #injuryprevention #instability #sportsrehab #dptstudent #sportstherapy #sportsmedicine #basketball #volleyball #soccer #football #prehab
- Now that we have all seen the lunar eclipse, it's time to get busy! The kids are home from camp. You're house is filled with school supplies. Your college kids are packing up the u-hauls. You're hurrying up to read the book club book you bought in June. Time to start thinking about next summer .... #eclipse #lunareclipse #body #health #strength #tone #fitness #pilates #reformer #chair #tower #cadillac #injury #injuryfree #prevention #pain #painmanagement #privates #onetoone #groupclasses #summer #fitnessthatfixes
- Now that we have all seen the lunar eclipse, it& #39;s time to get busy! The kids are home from camp. You& #39;re house is filled with school supplies. Your college kids are packing up the u-hauls. You& #39;re hurrying up to read the book club book you bought in June. Time to start thinking about next summer .... #eclipse #lunareclipse #body #health #strength #tone #fitness #pilates #reformer #chair #tower #cadillac #injury #injuryfree #prevention #pain #painmanagement #privates #onetoone #groupclasses #summer #fitnessthatfixes
- Now that we have all seen the lunar eclipse, it's time to get busy! The kids are home from camp. You're house is filled with school supplies. Your college kids are packing up the u-hauls. You're hurrying up to read the book club book you bought in June. Time to start thinking about next summer .... #eclipse #lunareclipse #body #health #strength #tone #fitness #pilates #reformer #chair #tower #cadillac #injury #injuryfree #prevention #pain #painmanagement #privates #onetoone #groupclasses #summer #fitnessthatfixes
- Another weekend of bad luck. Went down on the start and set off second to last and began picking my way through the ranks. Unfortunately a bad crash took me out of the race and sent me to the ER for stitches in my knee. Not how I wanted to end my last race of the season but there's a lot of time to prep and get ready for next season. P/C: @alvajr44 @tervin10 #KTM #WNYOA #troyleedesigns #tld #gaerne #kendatire #ride100percent #race #woods #dirt #250 #twostroke #flyracing #enduroengineering #renthal #fmf #evs #trees #injury #stitches #hospital #ER #hurt #pain #acerbis
- Another weekend of bad luck. Went down on the start and set off second to last and began picking my way through the ranks. Unfortunately a bad crash took me out of the race and sent me to the ER for stitches in my knee. Not how I wanted to end my last race of the season but there& #39;s a lot of time to prep and get ready for next season. P/C: @alvajr44 @tervin10 #KTM #WNYOA #troyleedesigns #tld #gaerne #kendatire #ride100percent #race #woods #dirt #250 #twostroke #flyracing #enduroengineering #renthal #fmf #evs #trees #injury #stitches #hospital #ER #hurt #pain #acerbis
- Another weekend of bad luck. Went down on the start and set off second to last and began picking my way through the ranks. Unfortunately a bad crash took me out of the race and sent me to the ER for stitches in my knee. Not how I wanted to end my last race of the season but there's a lot of time to prep and get ready for next season. P/C: @alvajr44 @tervin10 #KTM #WNYOA #troyleedesigns #tld #gaerne #kendatire #ride100percent #race #woods #dirt #250 #twostroke #flyracing #enduroengineering #renthal #fmf #evs #trees #injury #stitches #hospital #ER #hurt #pain #acerbis
- Lunchtime run clubs have become popular in many places. In cities, office workers and urban professionals meet in lobbies and gyms and then pound the pavement in concrete jungles. In all places, people gather to exert themselves and to realize many benefits. Who are they? Are they nuts? Why do they do it? Is it something for you? Read more on our recent blog post (Link in the bio) . . . #longWalks #LongHike #Camping #Footcare #Athletes #Runners #Runningshoes #Injury #massage #relax #Vancity #footOdorTreatment #ShoeDeodorizer #shoeOdorRemover #CamuCamu #FootCare #NaturalFootCare #CamuCamu #CamuCamuBenefits #FreshFooties #Vancouver #footcare #FootOdorTreatment #FreshFooties #Models #burnabyMountain #robsonsquare #robson
- Lunchtime run clubs have become popular in many places. In cities, office workers and urban professionals meet in lobbies and gyms and then pound the pavement in concrete jungles. In all places, people gather to exert themselves and to realize many benefits. Who are they? Are they nuts? Why do they do it? Is it something for you? Read more on our recent blog post (Link in the bio) . . . #longWalks #LongHike #Camping #Footcare #Athletes #Runners #Runningshoes #Injury #massage #relax #Vancity #footOdorTreatment #ShoeDeodorizer #shoeOdorRemover #CamuCamu #FootCare #NaturalFootCare #CamuCamu #CamuCamuBenefits #FreshFooties #Vancouver #footcare #FootOdorTreatment #FreshFooties #Models #burnabyMountain #robsonsquare #robson
- Lunchtime run clubs have become popular in many places. In cities, office workers and urban professionals meet in lobbies and gyms and then pound the pavement in concrete jungles. In all places, people gather to exert themselves and to realize many benefits. Who are they? Are they nuts? Why do they do it? Is it something for you? Read more on our recent blog post (Link in the bio) . . . #longWalks #LongHike #Camping #Footcare #Athletes #Runners #Runningshoes #Injury #massage #relax #Vancity #footOdorTreatment #ShoeDeodorizer #shoeOdorRemover #CamuCamu #FootCare #NaturalFootCare #CamuCamu #CamuCamuBenefits #FreshFooties #Vancouver #footcare #FootOdorTreatment #FreshFooties #Models #burnabyMountain #robsonsquare #robson
- Improving Squat Position _____________________ Here is an Olympic weightlifting athlete who was experiencing SI joint region sensitivity with squatting. _____________________ The sequence used in the video was to help her build awareness with her squat position and assist her in controlling her position. _____________________ Step 1: Working on Hip, Pelvis, and Spine awareness with quadruped squatting. The cue given here was to think of hips going straight back and slightly arching the back towards the bottom of the range (anti-flexion of the lumbar spine). _____________________ Step 2: Quadruped squatting to sitting in the bottom of the squat using a counterforce and pressing above head (creating an upright posture by facilitating thoracic extension as it couples with shoulder flexion). _____________________ Step 3: Quadruped squatting to Goblet squatting working on continuing to control the position through the full range. _____________________ This series was prescribed to her as a warm-up to prep her movement and positions for squatting. _____________________ . #PeopleFirstPT #Squat #ClinicalAthleteProvider
- Improving Squat Position _____________________ Here is an Olympic weightlifting athlete who was experiencing SI joint region sensitivity with squatting. _____________________ The sequence used in the video was to help her build awareness with her squat position and assist her in controlling her position. _____________________ Step 1: Working on Hip, Pelvis, and Spine awareness with quadruped squatting. The cue given here was to think of hips going straight back and slightly arching the back towards the bottom of the range (anti-flexion of the lumbar spine). _____________________ Step 2: Quadruped squatting to sitting in the bottom of the squat using a counterforce and pressing above head (creating an upright posture by facilitating thoracic extension as it couples with shoulder flexion). _____________________ Step 3: Quadruped squatting to Goblet squatting working on continuing to control the position through the full range. _____________________ This series was prescribed to her as a warm-up to prep her movement and positions for squatting. _____________________ . #PeopleFirstPT #Squat #ClinicalAthleteProvider
- Improving Squat Position _____________________ Here is an Olympic weightlifting athlete who was experiencing SI joint region sensitivity with squatting. _____________________ The sequence used in the video was to help her build awareness with her squat position and assist her in controlling her position. _____________________ Step 1: Working on Hip, Pelvis, and Spine awareness with quadruped squatting. The cue given here was to think of hips going straight back and slightly arching the back towards the bottom of the range (anti-flexion of the lumbar spine). _____________________ Step 2: Quadruped squatting to sitting in the bottom of the squat using a counterforce and pressing above head (creating an upright posture by facilitating thoracic extension as it couples with shoulder flexion). _____________________ Step 3: Quadruped squatting to Goblet squatting working on continuing to control the position through the full range. _____________________ This series was prescribed to her as a warm-up to prep her movement and positions for squatting. _____________________ . #PeopleFirstPT #Squat #ClinicalAthleteProvider

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