It’s nearly Christmas time🎄(yay 😆)! This means for most of us indulging 🍖🍻 and perhaps moving a little less. Here are some great tips to help keep you moving during the festive season! 😁 Active gifts or gifts that encourage activity are an awesome idea to help keep you moving! Everyone wants to try out their new toys they receive! ⌚️
Your Sunday #rehab / #prehab comes to you again from @moveu_official . These stretches (especially the couch stretch) can be done in the comfort of your own den/living room while you’re catching up on your binge watching.
A DIFFERENT WAY OF LOOKING AT SHOULDER PAIN!!!! 🤕⚡️ . If you want to understand how to drop a hiked shoulder or solve a nagging shoulder injury, you may want to look at how the neck and shoulder muscles are interrelated (upper spiral line) . In the picture you can see the clear connection between the serratus and rhomboid muscles. But did you know that connection actually also extends into the splenii muscles (neck muscles) on the OPPOSITE side of the body? . No wonder the shoulders and neck are so intimately linked and when one area is tight, the other area is equally affected . On the diagram you can see the 1️⃣splenius capitis 2️⃣splenius cervicis They originate from the upper thoracic and lower cervical spinous processes and attach into the base of the 💀. Together they extend, laterally flex and help rotate the head to the same side . Do you have a hiked shoulder, shoulder restriction and/or pain? If yes, try to rotate your neck side to side. I bet you will feel some sort of restriction or limited neck range of motion as well 😫 . Shoulder / Upper Spiral line solutions coming soon! . #myodetox#futureproofyourbody 📷@anatomytrainsofficial This post was created by @vinnierehab . . . #powerthroughmotion#betonyourself . . . . #shoulderpain#prehab#rehab#physicaltherapy#crossfit#shoulderstretch#fitness#stressfree#healthyjoints#painfree#injuryprevention#injuryfree#toronto#weightlifting#crossfitter#videosto
As we approach winter solstice- the shortest day of the year 🌙@ze_moves invites you to reflect on what feels good in your in heart, in your body, and in your life. Take some personal time to draw your attention away from negative feelings and physical pain and seek out space to find joy and love to promote good health. ✨ . . Here’s to ending one chapter and to writing a new one 🥂
🏋️♂️🏋️♀️Farmers carries! 💪🤚👊 • • The benefits of including these variations into your strength training program are endless. It’s challenges your grip strength and endurance (depending on load and duration), core stability, and the entire shoulder girdle. Make sure to maintain chin tucked position! • • ✅Traditional Farmers Carry- excellent for grip training, shoulder girdle strength and core stability. • ✅Unilateral rack hold- enhances the core challenge. • ✅Unilateral Bottoms up Kettlebell carry- an insane challenge on the forearm flexors/extensor and shoulder stability • ✅Unilateral Waiter Hold- adds a twist by challenging shoulder stability in the shoulder position. • But first, let’s hear your thoughts: ❓In the first video I was attempting to maintain a chin tuck and make this classic error, what was it?? • ❓After reading a great post from @cresseysportsperformance what should I have done during the waiters carry to further recruit the medial forearm flexors (a common site of weakness in UCL injuries and post op Tommy John surgery)? • • Comment below! ~The Ortho PT’s~
Single Leg Landing ——- Plyometrics, neuromuscular control and proprioceptive awareness are all important things to address in lower extremity rehab. With lower extremity injuries, the ability to control a simple single leg jump and land become more difficult. This is something I address often and work on every session. ——- Here you’ll see us performing a simple single leg forward jump. I want to see control of her trunk, hips, knee and ankle. Additionally, I always encourage my patient to keep their eyes up to improve proprioceptive awareness and minimize their reliance on their vision. ——- Here you’ll see two different slow motion shots, one with her landing on the left foot and one with her on the right. This post is focusing on the hip level, You’ll notice that as she lands on her left foot, her right hip does not drop. However, as she lands on her right leg, her left hip drops. What does this reveal? The truth is, it’s hard to say. She was actually being seeing for a left leg injury but I decided to film both sides. She does have a harder time landing on her left leg compared to the right as she lands more pronated on the left. ——- At the hip level, how can we address it? Is it weakness? Is it a control issue? I will use glute med exercises such as captain morgans, standing fire hydrants, side plank clams, etc. I’ll also cue them to keep their hips leveled and use their hip muscles to stabilize their landing. When the patient does it well, they often are able to feel the difference. ——- 🙌🏼 Tag someone who could use this! 👍 Like and save if you found it helpful! 🤷🏼♂️ Post questions or comments below!👇
The primary muscles that control scapula movements are the serratus anterior, upper & lower trapezius (SA, UT, LT). The SA, UT & LT work together as force couple to upwardly rotate & stabilize the scapula during arm elevation. Adequate strength & balance is imperative to allow the arm & scapula to move together during arm movement (1). 🎾 The LT originates from spinous process of thoracic vertebrae 4-12 & inserts on the spine of the scapula. An important role of the LT is to⬆️subacromial space (the space b/w the top of your arm bone & bottom outer edge of the collar bone) by working together w/ the SA & UT to rotate the scapula up & provide scapular stability by pinning the bottom portion of the scapula to the thorax. These muscle functions are important & have shown to ⬇️subacromial impingement risk during arm elevation. (1,11). 🎾 When normal scapular movements are disrupted by abnormal scapular muscle-firing patterns, fatigue, or injury, the shoulder complex is less efficient & may lead to shoulder injury (1,3,4,5). 🎾 A common injury overhead athletes endure is subacromial impingement. Presentation is⬇️scapular upward rotation, ⬆️scapular internal rotation & anterior tilt (aka scapular winging), resulting in ⬇️subacromial space width, vs those w/out impingement (1,6,7). 🎾 Faulty scapular motion may be attributed to ⬆️UT activity & ⬇️LT & SA activity (1,7). Researchers have advocated that periscapular muscles be reconditioned before the rotator cuff muscles for symptomatic shoulders because the scapula acts as a stable base for the rotator cuff to produce force off of(8). 🎾 Optimal scapular strength & motion maintains ideal rotator cuff length tension ratios, thus improving force production & reducing rotator cuff energy requirements(8). Furthermore, a 24% ⬆️in max rotator cuff activation occurs when the scapula is stabilized (9,10). 🎾 These exercises provide high LT & minimal UT activation & are for
Great movements and possibly even better educational information contained in one post. @strengthcoachtherapy --- SI Joint Pain👉🏽 — 📝Physical rehabilitation professionals have a tendency to overcomplicate biomechanics and oversimplify injury/disease process. The SI joint is extremely susceptible to this complication/simplification paradox. . 🏔I hate to a buzzkill, but here are some facts to highlight the challenge of treating SI joint pain: ✔️There is little clinical value in assessing and diagnosing precise movement aberrations at the SIJ. ✔️Studies have consistently shown poor reliability of palpation in this area. If you can’t “feel” the movement here and don’t feel confident in your findings, you’re not alone my friend. ✔️Motion at the SIJ is extremely limited. It’s barely a joint. One study found 8, 2.2, and 4 degrees of motion in the z, x, and y axes respectively. That ain’t much. Other studies have reported less. ✔️Tests, clinical observations, and manual techniques for the assessment and treatment of SIJ dysfunction have been shown to be unreliable and invalid. . 🤷🏽♂️OK- so assessment kind of sucks for this area, but what do we do for treatment?? My patient is still in pain. . 💡Your assessment and treatment should be based on history, examination, positions of provocation and relief, and exercises that can facilitate pain relief. This should sound familiar: it’s how most of PT works. . ⌛️For example, if walking and standing hurt more than sitting or slouching, we probably know that extension is more of a pain trigger than flexion and we can use that to guide one aspect of our exercise prescription. . 📺Try a few different movement patterns, see what works, stick to the basics as much as you can, and follow sound principles of exercise progression. Build over time until the rehab looks more and more like training. Every case is individual, trust the process and embrace the uncertainty.
🌟🌟TECHNIQUE 🌟🌟 Fourth position is a fundamental position used in all styles of dance, often in preparation for turns🔄. The feet are apart and externally rotated, with the heel of the front foot in line with the big toes of the back foot. 🔺One of the most important alignment aspects of fourth position involves the back knee when bending (plié). The knee naturally tends to cave in, as seen in the second picture❌. Engagement of the inner thigh muscles should pull the knee back to align over the foot✅. Improper alignment in fourth position will cause stress injuries to the patella over time👎. 💡Stay mindful, especially when preparing and landing turns, and in grande plié❗️💡 ———————— Citation: Gilbert, C. B., Gross, M. T., & Klug, K. B. (1998). Relationship Between Hip External Rotation and Turnout Angle for the Five Classical Ballet Positions. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy,27(5), 339-347. doi:10.2519/jospt.19220.127.116.119
Want to improve health? Enter Strength training. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Implementing strength training benefits the body in multiple ways, including - Increasing bone density - Increasing metabolic rate and my favourite - Decrease the risk of injuries ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Increasing an individuals absolute strength can decrease the risk of injury in multiple sports, but also in the normal life. If your absolute strength is low, you will be exposed to heavier loads in your life relative to your maximum strength. Over time, repetitive motions cause injury. Focus on strength! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The key is to be implementing strength training strategically, methodically and correctly. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Require some help? Book in with Momentum by contacting me on my email below: Sean@Momentumactiveremedies.com ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Have a health, joint or muscle injury? Services can be rebated through Medicare with a GP referral or through you Private Health Provider, depending on your level of cover. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #momentumiskey#gaugemomentum#throughmomentum
For all my patients with a @trxtraining strap at home 🏡 or with access to one at a gym. Here’s a few great exercises that I highly recommend 👍 _ @4thquarterfit @_soul_survivor @cassidigibson @globalsprinter @barney604 @dancernagpal @justcidney @hawtyoga @juliebealll @michelle.samuelson @af_sealbeach @aamcojb @suzy_points_fitness @mattyjay07 @anehorton1 @maryatbeach @briggsfr
💊Opioid epidemic - how can we reduce opioid use in this country? • A new study in the Journal of American Medical Association concludes that “For patients experiencing back, knee, neck, or shoulder pain, a visit to a a physical therapist (PT) early on can reduce the chances that they’ll take any opioids for the condition”. It also found those for who do end up taking opioids, early PT reduced the number of pills taken for their injury. • The evidence is out there folks - this study is from 2018 and looked at almost 89,000 patients. What did they find? • - Early PT was associated with a reduced risk of any opioid use for the 4 most common musculoskeletal conditions (back, knee, neck, and shoulder pain). - For those in the study who were prescribed opioids, early PT was associated with fewer pills taken. - Early PT seemed to be associated with a significant reduction in the likelihood of chronic opioid use • There is never a place for long-term opioid use and considering the addictive nature of these drugs, you should think twice about how you chose to manage your pain. You have a voice and you have a choice. #choosept
[THERAPEUTIC ALLIANCE SERIES - INDIVIDUALIZED THERAPY] . . . Fit your rehabilitative plan to the person NOT the person to your rehabilitative plan. . Fit your exercises to the person. . Fit your tone and verbal language to the person. . Fit your body language to the person. . Fit your education to the person. . Fit your ‘small-talk’ to the person. . Fit your scheduling to the person. . Fit your accessibility to the person. . Fit your ‘MAKING MOVES’ to the person. . Don’t sit still. . Nick Hannah, PT Registered Physiotherapist #hannahmoves#therapeuticallianceseries
❗️LETS TALK HIPFLEXORS❗️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Whether you’re a runner, biker, yogi or couch surfer- the muscles in your hips play a big role in your movement patterns. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Your hipflexors are a group of muscles around the upper, inner thighs. Proper flexion of your hip flexors is important in all your movements- from jumping to simply standing. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you have tight hips, a lot of the time this tightness is actually due to weak hip flexors. This is because our daily activities (whether you’re an avid gym-goer or not) can both weaken and shorten the muscles. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ If you sit in front of a computer for hours at a time, this can tighten the muscles in the front of the body- yes, including the hip flexors! If you plan to hit the gym after your workday, and you don’t strengthen shortened hipflexors, you can create long-term muscle imbalances and compound bad posture. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here are three exercises to get you started on strengthening those hips! It is important to make at least one of these movements a regular part of your routine for optimal results. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 1.PSOAS LIFTOFF 2.SEATED HIP LIFT 3.BANDED HIP LIFT ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Good Luck! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #pursuit#pursuitcorpwellness#corporatewellness#hippain#mobility#posture#stretch#injurymanagement#physio#fitness#strength#prehab
• DON’T BREAK ROUTINE • Breaking routine and suddenly re-starting again after the holidays can cause injuries to pop up. The best thing you can do to prevent that is to not break your routine! Pilates classes are in full swing today and right through the holiday season to keep you on track👍
🎩🐿🏋🏻♂️ANTERIOR DELT STRETCH🏋🏻♂️🐿🎩 • If you’ve ever done any chest 👙 or shoulder work (especially pressing movements), and you’ve gotten really sore 🤕 in the front of your shoulder, you know how difficult it is to stretch that area! 🤔 • Try this solution! 📈 • Find a platform a little lower 👇🏼 than waist height, and back up to it. Put your hand 🖐🏻 flat on it, and get into a split stance. As you lower into the lunge position, allow your elbow to bend while remaining upright. This will force your shoulder into max extension (the opposite action of the anterior deltoid)! 💪🏼 • Better Function➡️Better Anterior Delts
IF YOU WAIT UNTIL AFTER CHRISTMAS IT’LL BE HARDER‼️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ So let’s say you’ve got a works do, a couple of meals out and Christmas snacks on every surface. Plus you’re running around wrapping anything that stands still long enough and trying to Tetris buffet food into your freezer. 🍬 It’s busy. It’s indulgent. It’s easy to throw your hands up and cancel all health related behaviours unless after the festivities. 🎄 And hey, if that’s Christmas for you and that’s how you like it then you do you. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ But if you’re planning on forgetting about your health goals and hopping back on in January where you left off, you’re not doing yourself any favours. 🤾🏿♀️ If you can fit in even a couple of workouts over the festive period it’ll help to prevent deconditioning. So when you’re back in full swing in Jan you won’t have to spend as long getting back to your pre-Christmas fitness 🍌 Plus, if you can throw in a few nutrient dense meals on the days when you don’t have a meal out or excessive amounts of mince pies in the office then you’re keeping yourself well fuelled. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⚠️ Just because you have a few more indulges than usual doesn’t mean you’ve gone completely off track ⚠️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Enjoy your three slices of yule log and seven hours a day of Christmas films. But if you can squeeze in the odd bit of exercise or a vegetable then you’re probably making your transition to January that bit easier. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #withphysio#brusselsproutsanyone
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Check out this fit tip from MIM owner on how to build strength. #repost @patrick.dibello ・・・ Strength tip Sunday! If you want to build strength then this is the formula to follow. Strength is the ability of the neuromuscular system to produce tension to overcome an external load. Using heavier loads will increase the demand on the muscle requiring the recruitment of more muscle fibers until a plateau is reached. At first it may be difficult to understand how to make bodyweight exercises more difficult to increase the demand on the muscle so below I will provide some examples. Remember that an exercise doesn’t have to be advanced for you to be building strength. If you can’t perform very many regular pushups but are able to do 2 or 3 sets of 7 modified push ups on your knees then you are building strength. These are general guidelines that will be helpful for building basic strength but a full strength program requires much more in depth assessing and execution. This is how I program for my clients, classes, and even myself and it works wonders. Pushups > Feet elevated>Diamond pushups> 5 sec negative pushup>Pike pushup Squats> Pulse squats>Elevated split squat> Shrimp squat>Pistol squat
[Rotator Cuff Endurance] The walking isometric banded external rotation is one of my go to exercises for those with weak external rotators. _________________________________ To perform, attach a band at elbow height to a rack. Then hold it at 90 deg of elbow flexion, slightly away from your body. Take 2-3 steps while maintaining your elbow position and hold for a second at end range. Perform for 10 reps. _________________________________ I like to use this exercise for those dealing with rotator cuff tendinopathy, or just for general shoulder health. Tag someone who could benefit from this! _________________________________ Barbell Rehab - Helping people of all ages lift weights pain-free and promoting strength training in physical therapy. For free articles and a list of various services visit barbellrehab.com
TODAY IS AN OPPORTUNITY (sound ON) ---------------------------------------------- The alarm clock is an interesting concept. It’s the FIRST DECISION of the day and what we choose to do here SETS THE TONE for everything that follows. HOWEVER, for many people, the alarm is unpleasant… it marks the start of yet another day. . Maybe that’s you. . But what if you changed the way that you thought about the alarm clock. What if the alarm clock signified something POSITIVE. What if it served as a reminder that today is a GIFT and that it holds LIMITLESS POTENTIAL. . Tomorrow morning, when the alarm goes off and all you want to do is close your eyes and go back to sleep, I want you to remember that: . TODAY IS AN OPPORTUNITY. . To GROW. . To LEARN. . To LOVE. . To MAKE A DIFFERENCE. . Don’t miss it. ---------------------------------------------- #joerinaldispt#dptstudent#motivation
De 8 gyldne treningsprinsippene🌟 Innenfor trening og rehabilitering vil man ved å oppfylle de ulike treningsprinsippene kunne oppnå større resultater sammenlignet med å ikke bruke disse. Prinsippene omhandler blant annet planleggingsaspekteret av trening, i tillegg til gjennomføringen. Under blir hvert enkelt prinsipp forklart i korte trekk! Etter min mening et prinsippet om kontinuitet en av de viktigste prinsippene. Mange som starter med trening og rehabilitering feiler på dette prinsippet. Kontinuitet i trening er nøkkelen til suksess, ettersom kroppen trenger tid til å tilpasse seg og resultatene kommer ikke over natten. Spesifisitet er enkelt og greit et viktig prinsipp for å kunne prestere eller gjennomføre en bestemt egenskap. Dette gjelder både idrettsutøvere som konkurrerer på høyt nivå, og også mennesker som er i en rehabilitering- eller opptreningsfase. Her trener man på egenskaper man skal bli gode i/på. Progresjon omhandler økningen av totalbelastning gradvis for at kroppen skal kunne tilpasse seg nye stimuli for å kunne forbedre prestasjonsevnen. Trening er på mange måter «ferskvare», så kroppen tilpasses etter den stimuli den utsettes for. Derfor er det viktig å tenke på at dersom man reduserer totalbelastningen over tid, vil kroppens kapasitet også reduseres. Prinsippet om intensitet er kort forklart hvor hardt man trener i forhold til mål- og forutsetning. Variasjon og periodisering henger mye sammen med restitusjon og motivasjon. Variasjon omhandler å variere treningen, da med tanke på repetisjoner, sett, øvelser, belastning o.l., mens periodisering handler om å ivareta balansen mellom trening og restitusjon, slik at man kan ha muligheten til å bygge formen og overskudd. Individualisering gjelder for alle, uansett mål- og forutsetning. Her gjelder det å finne noe som passer for hvert enkelt individ. Det finnes ingen hundre prosent fasit innen
Superset Sunday! • Landmine Press + Landmine Squat • 2/6 fundamental human movement patterns done • Push✅ Squat✅ • The landmine can be a game changer for building strength in a joint friendly way. This is one way we will superset with the landmine, but we will also do some rowing, deadlifts, lunges, etc
As a result of our lifestyle and occupation, a lot of us tend to remain in a hunched over position for an extended period. For some, this could lead to pain and lack of mobility in the spine which can further lead to other issues down the road. Try this drill to help encourage mobility in the upper spine. You can incorporate it into your mobility training, perform it as a study/work break, or a therapeutic exercise for your patients. Here's the breakdown: -> Working towards the upper back, place the foam roller perpendicular to your spine -> Extend the spine by moving your head towards the ground -> To move to the next spine segment, raise your hips and move the foam roller upwards and repeat... #bephysiofit#b_physiofit #mobility#prehab#rehab#back#physicaltherapy#physio#chiropractic#chiro#pain#massage#fitness#bodybuilding#squats#deadlift#spine#foamroller
#repost @joetherapy with @get_repost ・・・ Tight Groin? Also, guess where I’m flying to?! - Adding movement to stretching can be👌🏻👌🏻. Not only do we get a good stretch we also get stability and strength work at the same time! Give this one a try👇 - Here’s how to perform the dynamic inner thigh stretch! - 1️⃣ Place one knee on a pad 2️⃣ The other leg will be extended and to your side 3️⃣ Cross your hands over your shoulders 4️⃣ Push the hips back and begin to slide your leg out to the side 👉The further you go the tougher it is to come back! When you decide to return to the starting position.. 5️⃣ Squeeze the butt and core and drive the hips forward 🔁 Repeat - 🚨 How far out do you think you can go while returning back to the starting position??? - #joetherapy#stretch#lunge#fitness#fitfam#fitspo#yoga#strengthandconditioning#mobility#running#splits#bodybuilding#movement#flexibility#npb#ifbb#massage#physio#chiro#fisio
NORDIC HAMSTRING CURL: Most hamstring injuries occur during the last 25% of swing phase when the hamstrings work eccentrically as the knee is getting extended. Common “hamstring” exercises (RDLs, lunges, squats, etc.) focus mostly on the hip extension function of the hamstrings, and not their knee flexion component. The Nordic Hamstring Curl is a great exercise to focus on the hamstrings across the knee joint. 1st video shows one way the NHC is often performed, using the hands to control the descent so you don’t face plant. Not face planting is a good thing, but the hamstrings tend to “shut off” as now your arms are doing the work. The NHC is less effective since the hamstrings aren’t being worked as close to knee extension as possible. 2nd video shows how you can use a band to fix that issue. The hamstrings “stay on” through where you get the most EMG activity—at the bottom. Hopefully, if you compare the 2 videos, you can appreciate the difference! Another tip: think of making your body as “long” as possible throughout the exercise! Also, bonus deadlifting video since I hit another weight/reps PR with 340x7 @ 160 lbs. I have to stop closing my eyes 😂😂 . #health#fitness#ptswholift#physicaltherapistswholift#getpt1st#physicaltherapy#rehab#prehab#acl#aclrecovery#aclrehab#exercise#hamstrings#hamstringworkout#hamstringrehab#hamstringstrain#deadlifts#rehab
RACE ROLL CALL! We want to know what race is next for you ⤵️! Actually it’ll help us do two things a little more timely- share appropriate recovery information and get our in-office recovery plans customized for YOU!! Also, to cheer you on!!! So what race are you training for!?! We really want to know 😊😊 #hellofahalf#marathon#training#racepace
🚨PUSH-UP VARIATIONS🚨 - The push-up (PU) is one of the most basic movements👌to perform. This movement is seen in sports🥊, children PE classes, and military🎖. Everyone at one point seems to run into it. The question is how do we progress or modify the push-up to obtain different results or increase the intensity⁉️ - 👉🏻 The following videos, demonstrated by myself @dr.giardina.dpt and @julietteocfit, provide variations to the classic push-up: . 1️⃣ Deficit PU - larger range of motion. 2️⃣ Staggered PU - perform both sides. 3️⃣ Diamond PU - inner chest and tricep focus. 4️⃣ Planche PU - forearm stretch and bicep focus. 5️⃣ Renegade Row PU - posterior chain included. 6️⃣ 1 Arm PU - just HARD. 7️⃣ Declined PU - increased shoulder activity. 8️⃣ Wall Plank PU - core, pec, and shoulder intensity increased. 9️⃣ Plyo PU on @terracorefitness - reactive work for the nervous system. - 🔥TAG AND SHARE WITH FRIENDS...MAKE IT A CHALLENGE🔥 - - 💡Handstand PU - Post TBA💡
Check out this quick full body workout you can do anywhere with a @team4kor band, brought to you by @drlindseyschmidt ・・・ Quick full body workout at the hotel this morning! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ It always feels good to get moving first thing in the morning!!! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Here’s what I did! 4 rounds: 1. 20 banded bicycles 2. 20 plant toe taps 3. 20 banded 2 Pulse jumping squats 5. 20 banded around the world’s ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Feeling good after taking some greens and getting in my post workout drink! Let’s have a grrrreat week!!! ❤️❤️ #workoutswithdrlinds#teamschmidtfit
Your shoulder has three bones: the scapula (shoulder blade), humerus (upper arm bone) and clavical (collar bone). The humerus head sits inside a socket in the shoulder blade, and the labrum is a ring of cartilage that surrounds the socket. The head is actually larger than the socket so the labrum makes the head fit better and provides stability to the shoulder. . The labrum can be torn through trauma or repetitive motions. For example, your shoulder can become dislocated when you fall down on your arm when skiing or you lift heavy objects that are too heavy. The dislocation may then cause the labrum to tear. . When the labrum is torn, overhead activities will become painful. You also might feel a popping or grinding with shoulder movements or a sensation that your shoulder joint will pop out. . When a labral tear is minor and doesn’t cause shoulder instability, it can usually be treated with physical therapy. If physical therapy doesn’t fix the injury, surgery may be required. See a doctor if you aren’t sure! #urgentlyortho#fixwhathurts
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@jamesfernee came in with back and shoulder injuries As you can see there were a few areas that were unsymmetrical and needed to be addressed. Very nice to meet you james and looking forward to our next session.