Strength & Mobility

If you missed part 1 of this article on what is hip impingement be sure to check it out! Hip Impingement Exercises When attempting to heal hip impingement without surgery, you won’t necessarily be changing the bony deformations or integrity of the labrum, but you’ll focus more on improving the joint mechanics through muscle reeducation, …

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What Is Hip Impingement? The hip joint is a ball and socket joint. It consists of the end of your femur (upper leg bone) which has a round end (shaped like a ball) that sits in a cup-shaped socket of your pelvis known as the acetabulum. The acetabulum and femurs both have articular cartilage on …

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You may have taken the plunge to start thinking about your feet, read or heard some about barefoot running, or maybe you’ve simply gotten used to pandemic life of no shoes and are asking yourself, “can I work out barefoot?” The benefits of exercising without shoes Being able to stack our ribs over our pelvis …

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If you have pain in your feet, heels, or Achilles tendon – fallen arches, locked arches, or are looking to transition to a more minimalist shoe wear – or even have hip, core and pelvic floor problems that feel stuck in progress – here is a guide for you to explore your arch function and …

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There are exercises and strategies that can make pregnancy more comfortable, delivery a little easier, and postpartum recovery faster. Let’s dive into which exercises are recommended during pregnancy, exercises that can be harmful during pregnancy, and exercises that should be done with caution. Pregnancy is amazing, exciting, and hard, all at once. Feeling those first …

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When people report feeling their lower back in a squat or deadlift, they often think it’s because their back is weak and it needs to get stronger. In reality, it means that they have lost pelvic control and positioning of their rib cage over their pelvis. This can happen for different reasons, including the inability …

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Every couple of years we head out west and hit the slopes with my dad and brother. (Both of whom ski circles around me. Literally, I think they could ski actual circles. LOL) The first time back skiing after having my second I was really worried about how my pelvic floor would handle skiing, but …

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Will You Pass This Glute Strength Test? It’s been a rough week in our house with my youngest getting mono and having lymph nodes in his neck the size of a baseball. The poor kid was just in the PICU for 4 days on a ventilator a few weeks ago. The immune system is a …

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Yep, I said it. Clams can sometimes be a bad choice in a rehab program. How do you know? Have you been doing clams? Are you all better? No? Then they might not be a good choice for you right now. Let’s dive in deeper. (My friends tell me moving to the Northeast has made …

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Easy! You’re ready now. The question at hand is not whether you’re ready. The real question is how many, how deep, and with how much weight? You are ready to squat now, you just might need to play around with the details of the execution a bit. I see a lot of women with pelvic …

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