Now that you know what occurs in the shoulder region when you are in a slouch-sitting or slouch-standing position – take a look at how poor posture impacts the mobility of your neck or cervical spine. Most patients who suffer from cervical problems have this limitation because most patients w/ cervical problems sit for a living, weather they’re carpooling all day in the car or are executives who commute in the car and then sit all day only to get back into the car to commute home. Check out the radical change in mobility of your neck from just one simple movement adjustment – just you watch!
Do we all stand the appropriate way? Do we slouch when we stand? How do we know? Most of the time we actually “hang” on our muscles and joints and don’t even engage them appropriately. This video shows you what happens when you break down and how to begin to address these issues. Check it out!
Everyone sits more then they stand and walk. Everyone sits more then they stretch. Everyone sits more then they run or exercise. Even the best of us are guilty. As a result, the hip flexor muscles are consistently tighter then they should be due to the shortening of the muscles in a seated position. In this video we show you how you can do a simple screen for tight anterior hip region mobility loss.