Hamstring Rehab ——- This is a higher level hamstring exercise that I use in the late stages of hamstring strain rehab. This should only be done when the patients exhibit proper tolerance to moderate level exercises. The reason why this exercise is so challenging is due to a couple of reasons. First, he is curling with only one leg which is already very challenging. Second, the disc designed by @flexdiscfit moves in multiple planes which requires increase control and stability. It’s a useful tool and is nice as substitutes or even as a progression for sliding discs. ——- 🙌🏼 Tag someone who would like this video! 🤷🏼♂️ Post questions or comments below!👇
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Keeping track of @cindy7037's progress also means switching up her pilates-based exercises. With a strong direction-biased #lowerbackpain, these exercises challenge the body to strengthen toward midline. The last video features the home exercise version of the mermaid that she is making great improvements at. At the same time, the assisted roll downs help her articulate her spine into flexion to further alleviate her symptoms and regain the lumbar flexion that she had lost. Like, Comment and share this if you liked it!
People always ask me, “what’s the best position to sleep in?” My answer: the position that you get to sleep in. • When I was in PT school, I had a clinical instructor tell me the worst thing I could do is “sleep like roadkill.” I’ll let you guess what position I sleep in. • I remember trying to force myself to fall asleep on my back - well I mostly remember laying their awake. I tried taking melatonin and blinking 1000 times to make myself feel tired. Needless to say, it didn’t work. • I finally realized that I’ve been sleeping the same way for 28 years. I also realized that the body is intelligent and it will move if that’s what it needs. • Keep it simple - sleep in a position that is comfortable and allows the rest your body needs.
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