Corrective Exercise

How A Desk Job Is Contributing To Your Knee Pain

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It is without question when analyzing the workforce atmosphere, more and more of us remain sitting at an office desk for longer periods throughout the day.  A postural nightmare in regards to the human movement system.  This sedentary altered anatomical position creates a tremendous amount of neuromuscular dysfunctions in the Human Movement System that contributes […]

Corrective Exercise

The Foam Rolling Reference Guide

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In a previous post, I provided research that showed strong evidence towards the improvement of performance, whether it be sports, an active lifestyle, or simply improving strength for everyday, can be accomplished when incorporating Self Myofascial Release through foam rolling several days a week.  To read this post, there is a button at the bottom […]

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Understanding Human Injury Cycles

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Looking at this ever growing sedentary positioning in regards to the Human Movement System, I believe that the foundation begins with the understanding of Neuromuscular Efficiency. . Simply stating, our bodies do not want to work harder than they are required to. This Neuromuscular Efficiency that is controlled by our Central Nervous System(CNS) recruits the […]

Corrective Exercise

How To Correct Lower Extremity Impairment Syndrome (Knee Valgus)

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A very common dysfunction in the HMS occurs due to an individual who possesses dynamic malalignment of the hip and knee causing one condition known as Lower Extremity Movement Impairment Syndrome (Clark and Lucett, 2010).  Someone who possesses lower extremity movement impairment syndrome typically has a weak or underactive gluteus maximus and medius muscles that […]

Fitness Over 40

Midlife Muscle Hypertrophy Phase: Shoulders 12/30/18

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The shoulder girdle, consisting of the humerus, scapula, clavicle, the ribs, sternum, combine to create the glenohumeral joint, the acromioclavicular joint, the sternoclavicular joint, and the scapulothoracic joint.  , which creates the opportunity for potential shoulder problems that arise from repetitive overhead use and forward head and shoulder posture (Clark and Lucett, 2011).  The motion […]