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User Image morningcoachben Posted: Nov 21, 2017 8:51 AM (UTC)
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MORNING MOBILITY 🐣
DU putzt deine Zähne täglich👍🏻
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Warum mobilisierst du noch nicht täglich⁉️
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5min als MORNING-QUICKIE
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User Image jungeunkim_hellena Posted: Nov 21, 2017 7:26 AM (UTC)
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#spiralstabilization 창시자 의학박사 Dr. Smisek 의 국제 강의 코스!!💙
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2017년 12월!!!
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📍SPS Muscle chain과정📍
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#spiralstabilization#임산부#임산부운동#임산부운동전문가#musclechains#smsystem#drsmiseck#재활운동#허리디스크운동#다빈치아카데미#운동하는여자#운동하는남자#사선근육#사선근육안정화운동#머슬체인#muscle#stabilization#mobilization#spiralmusclechains
User Image themovementmaestro Posted: Nov 21, 2017 6:49 AM (UTC)
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DM #547: Sometimes we just need to take a moment and not think so dang much 🤔.
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Babysat my nephew this weekend and couldn't help but be amazed by how he reacted when I poured water on his face. Truth be told, it was also ridiculously cute so I may have done it like 4 or 5 times 🙈. ANYWAY, my point was that he didn't inhale the water or breathe at the wrong time. My dude is 3 months old and handled it like a champ. Similarly, I have friends with an awesome 8 month old who takes swim lessons and can go underwater like a mermaid 🏆.
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What's my point? Well, kids are awesome. But more than that, we need to give ourselves permission to go with the flow. Just move. Follow our instincts. Feel. Experience. Be lead by the moment.
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Routine isn't necessarily the enemy, and there is always a time and a place for things. But, I think we can agree that we could all benefit from a little play. Movement freedom, creativity, and exploration. In a time where terms like prehab and corrective exercise are all the rage, people can let the pendulum swing TOO far and rely too much on extrinsic cues and external coaching. Again, I'm not saying that structure or attention to detail is a bad thing. Simply trying to encourage folks to do a little more movement exploration sans rules and guidelines.
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You don't need permission to move. You don't need a degree in order to move well. Start listening to your body. You just might be amazed at what it has to say.
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User Image themovementmaestro Posted: Nov 21, 2017 2:12 AM (UTC)
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Reposting this for those of you who asked about working on squatting with less than ideal ankle mobility. Two videos comin at ya, first one without sound, for those of you who just want the goodies without all the knowledge bombs 😜, second one (swipe left 👈🏾) with all the talking and Maestro madness.
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The goblet squat is hands-down my favorite squat variation for a few reasons. It requires less ankle dorsiflexion than other squats, and holding weight in front of you serves as a counterbalance, helping you to keep your chest/torso more upright throughout the entirety of the squat. Because of the more upright torsos position, this is also a great option for folks with limited hip mobility and/or pinching hips.
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How to? Choose a light weight (KB or DB works fine) and hold it at chest height. Get your feet in a squat width (hip-width apart), with the toes either facing forward to SLIGHTLY turned out. (I've discussed the turn-out before, but I'm guessing that this post will warrant another discussion. For now, suffice to say it if you turn the feet out too much you will not be forced to work on your 💩y ankle dorsiflexion, which should be part of this drill when using it as a corrective for the squat pattern.) From here, unlock the hips by pushing your butt SLIGHTLY backwards, and then descending straight down.
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This is a squat, not a deadlift, and as such, after the hips have been unlocked, they should go down, not continue traveling backwards. Use the kettlebell/dumbbell as a counterbalance, and position it either further or closer to your chest as needed to help you maintain an upright torso.
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Try to hang out at the bottom of the squat for a few seconds and work on getting comfortable in that bottom. Focus on moving through good positions and avoid holding your breath. Rinse and repeat. Give it a shot and let me know how it goes.
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How many exercises can you see in this month’s #moveofthemonth 🤔
Try and notice when one area turns into a mobilizer and when one becomes the stabilizer. Working both makes our bodies healthy and happy!
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User Image moverightpt Posted: Nov 20, 2017 10:09 PM (UTC)
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Distal carpal mobilization for restoration of wrist extension movements. This loss of motion may be evident with movements like the push-up or weight bearing through the wrist in bench press or overhead press movements. When indicated this technique is very powerful and often leads to significant improvement in mobility limitations. While this video shows the technique applied to the proximal row of carpals it may be utilized with most of the articulations of the wrist. Press More, Move Right!
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For anyone who gets very tight hips after squatting this is an excellent stretch to release that anterior aspect of the hip. .
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This is the end position, but you can just work with what you have for now. To make this stretch easier just bring the knee out from the wall and drop the hands. Much the same as the hip flexor stretch, you increase the tension here by driving the hips out forward. .
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You will begin to feel tight corners around the hip joint so working through them is essential in gaining that extra range of motion. .
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Mobilize here for 2-3 minutes and try to the tightness and corners that are resisting you. .
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You might feel a little tingling around the quad and the hip so don’t overstretch this area. If the tingling is getting too much just release and reset.
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This is called the couch stretch and is a slight modification of Kelly Starrett’s @mobilitywod version!
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User Image havenchurchkzoo Posted: Nov 20, 2017 6:22 PM (UTC)
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We are blessed to be a blessing, how will you B.L.E.S.S. Someone today?
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User Image themovementmaestro Posted: Nov 20, 2017 4:54 AM (UTC)
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DM #546: In case you missed my last post 👀.
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You grow up. Things change. Your squat won't look exactly like it did when you were a baby. It's impossible. BUT, you should still be able to squat! All. The. Way. Down.
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Our bodies are pretty cool in that when it comes to mobility, it really is use it or lose it, BUT, we can work and get it back. No, we won't return to the exact same patterns we had a child, simply because we no longer possess those proportions. But we can still move well. Still possess FULL mobility.
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Aging, whether it's going from 7 to 8 or 79 to 80 is not an excuse for immobility. Get moving.
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It's official! Yours truly is officially FMT (Functional Movement Techniques) Blades Certified!

So much applied knowledge and experience in this group, from a Doctor in Chiropractic Practice, Canadian National Sports Registered Massage Therapists, to Personal Trainers; open minds challenging the status quo and growing and innovating in the name of fitness and health. ☺️
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I can't wait to apply this knowledge with you all! Learning about movement and applying it gets me so pumped! 🙌
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User Image themovementmaestro Posted: Nov 20, 2017 1:35 AM (UTC)
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Use it or lose it, folks (but don't worry, you can work and get it back 🙌🏾).
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Got some good comments and questions after yesterday's post about dorsiflexion so I figured it follow it up with yet another post about dorsiflexion. Huge thanks to my guy @paul_the_physio and the ever awesome 5 year old runner and jumper, Hamish, for the photo and enviable amount of dorsiflexion.
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The picture I used yesterday was of a baby's dorsiflexion. While their squat patterns make everyone jealous, the reality is that we as adults will likely NEVER squat exactly like that again. Why? Quite simply, an adult is not a big baby. A baby is not a tiny adult. The anthropometrics are different. The relative size of body parts is different. Bones haven't hardened. Life hasn't kicked your ass. Things are different.
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HOWEVER, aging is not an excuse for a 💩-y squat. Yes, you will inherently lose some dorsiflexion and other gumby tendencies as you get older, but it shouldn't ALL go away. For many people, the ankle remains a linchpin to squatting (and other movements) because they have lost dorsiflexion. (Flip side, too much of a good thing can also cause problems, so, everything in moderation. Including moderation 😜).
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So, what am I saying? You ain't gonnna squat like a baby, but you should absolutely have the mobility of a healthy adult and be able to move accordingly. Deep squats included.
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