Looking ahead to a great web-based video series with collaboration between Total-PT & Sneaker Factory of Florham Park. Everyone has aches and pains when it comes to running. Shin Splints, IT Band Syndrome, Knee pain and the list goes on and on. We’re here to break it all down for you and go through the various injury types and create possible solutions for the runner that wants to just get out and run. Keep checking back for the first video and the series ahead!
The third pose that we’re going to take a look at within the Sun Salutation is the Down Dog. Proper hand placement, shoulder stabilization along with appropriate spinal and pelvic control is integral in getting into and maintaining this pose. Check out this quick video for details.
The second pose within the Sun Salutation progression is the Upward Facing Dog. Extension through the thighs, foot position and stability within the shoulder complex are all critical elements of this portion of the pose. Breakdowns are abound. Check this video out for the specifics and what you need to watch out for!
The first part of the Sun Salutation is the Low Plank or Yoga Push-Up. Proper alignment and cuing is critical for appropriate stabilization. Elbow position and core activation is quite relevant here for prevention of back injury.
Part 1 in a series to address Yoga poses with their progressions coupled with proper mechanics and appropriate mobility. These videos will be here to take a more in-depth look at what occurs when breakdown in form forces the Yoga practitioner to compensate and eventually place themselves at risk for injury. In this video Lululemon Ambassador Anne Britt and Total-PT’s Lauren Beasley will look @ the Sun Salutation progression along with the appropriate cuing and body mechanics that are involved.
You actually do have control over your own feet. Just because you may think you have flat feet, foot pain, heel pain or arches that are too high – there’s help. You can actually fix this. You have the tool-set for this. Watch and learn. Then execute!
Everyone’s heard of Sciaica. How do you stretch out the nerve? Can you? While we are at it lets take care of the Femoral nerve as well. Everyone knows that your muscles tighten up over time and you need to stretch them out. Well . . . your nerves get tight as well and you need to know how to ‘floss’ them out so you can get rid of the ‘fuzz!’ Sure beats having pain. Check this out!