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[ SHOULDER PAIN ] --- Let's talk shoulder pain. Closed chain shoulder exercises are exercises where the end of the moving limb is fixed. Think dumbbell bench press (open chain) vs a push up. Closed chain isn't inherently better, it's context dependent, but the reason I utilize them is they are efficient at hitting multiple body parts/segments. a great example of this is the inch worm alternating toe taps. Walking the arms up hits multiple parts of the body. You've got wrist extension, elbow extension, unilateral shoulder stability, dynamic "core" control, scapular stability, and most likely hamstrings mobility. Closed chain body weight movements can be a great way to progress from simple open chain movements as you move long the rehab spectrum. Things I demo in the video: 1️⃣ Quadruped Arm reach/taps 2️⃣ 4 point reach/taps 3️⃣ Inch worm walk outs - 🔑 Closed chain exercises can be a useful addition to an overall program. - 💬 Now accepting new patients - in person and remote online consultations. (bit.ly/RehabWithNick) or just click the link in my bio 𝐍𝐢𝐜𝐤 𝐇𝐞𝐥𝐭𝐨𝐧 @Dr.Nick.DPT #𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐭𝐡𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐭𝐡𝐌𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭

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exercisinghealth. The health and performance, of our feet, is not something which many o

The health and performance, of our feet, is not something which many of us consider as very important. We are so preoccupied with other structures like the bum, arms and abs. What we fail to realise, however, is that all functional and athletic movement needs a solid base. If our feet are dysfunctional, it increases the likelihood that every structure above them will suffer too. Just like a house needs a strong foundation to withstand the elements, so our bodies need healthy feet in order to better handle our daily tasks.

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SHOULDER AND SCAPULAR DRILL --- Want to improve your overhead flexion? Or want a fun exercise to unilaterally challenge your shoulders? Give this one a try. Start in a standing position near a wall. In the video, I'm in a lunge position with my left leg forward. You can set up like that (and switch to the other side) or you can do neutral stance both legs. Place your forearms on the wall (and take your shirt off for some reason?) 1️⃣ Slide up the wall as high as you can - really try and reach to the ceiling. I know it seems trivial, but those last few degrees of motion are the most challenging. 2️⃣ Keep your elbows straight as you lift your arm off the wall. 3️⃣ Focus on just lifting your shoulders and not arching your back as this is a shoulder exercise. You can then work different angles of the clock all the way around. Compare right and left, and find some angles that are more challenging for you. You can work this bilaterally or unilaterally. And to make it slightly more challenging, push one arm into the wall while you lift the other and hold it isometrically for 10 seconds. -⠀ 🔑 Enjoy your new scapular gainzzz. - Save the 📷 or share it with someone in need of some ankle love. - 💬 DM for New Patient Requests and appointment availability! - 𝐍𝐢𝐜𝐤 𝐇𝐞𝐥𝐭𝐨𝐧 @Dr.Nick.DPT #𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐭𝐡𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐭𝐡𝐌𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭

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Want to do your first pull up? Check out this excellent series of progressions! @dr.caleb.burgess - 💥Pullup progression💥 - 📌Whether you're struggling to get your first pull-up, recovering from an injury, or just trying to add more vertical pulling volume into your training, having some options that are less intense than a standard pull up can be very helpful - 📌Additionally, having a solid progression of a few of these variations can be helpful as warm up sets before performing working sets - 📹The exercises shown here include: - 🔹Leg assisted barbell pullup 🔹Leg assisted barbell pullup - feet further forward 🔹Front bench feet elevated barbell pullup 🔹Front bench feet elevated barbell pullup - with added weight on lap 🔹Isometric hold at top 🔹Eccentric lowering 🔹Light band assisted full pullup 🔹Full pullup - 🚨You may find that the levels of difficulty in this progression may be ordered slightly differently for you, and that's okay! The point of this post is to give you different options to regress or progress your pull up difficulty as needed 👍🏼 - 🚨Also, as I mentioned in the video, I apologize for filming the bar position incorrectly for Levels 1-2. The bar should be high enough so that the torso hangs straight down under the bar with the arms fully extended - 💪🏼I hope you enjoyed this progression and will benefit from it! . . . Interested in: 📌Online physical therapy? 📌Movement analysis? 📌Personal training? 📌Performance enhancement? Send me an email 📧 or fill out the link 🔗in my bio 👍🏼

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💥I BROKE MY HAND💥 --- .....6 years ago. It was literally 2 weeks after I just got hired for my first physical therapy job, a week before my college grad school graduation ceremony, and about 6 weeks before I was going to start working full time as a physcial therapist. Sweet. . 📊 One of my good friends Mike (@the.stallion) was training for his upcoming appearance on the TV Show American Ninja Warrior. Mike is a gymnast, and all around beast. And I'm just a dude that likes to pick things up and put them down in the gym. And I decided I was going to try to best Mike in an obstacle course.. the result being the fracture of my left hand. Thanks for that Mike! (Totally kidding) --- 🌐 The moment it happened, I could tell something was wrong, but it didn't hurt it all. In fact, I've never really had any pain from it. I have around 5.5mm of shortening of my 4th finger after the fracture, which I chose to treat non-operatively. The only thing that has ever given me a problem is deadlifting at around 90% 1RM. I've been working on it for years, but there's just always going to be a slight (almost negligible) deficit compared to my right. It's easy to train around. - 🔑 The videos here have some examples of various ways I've worked on my grip strength over the years. Try them out, compare your left to your right, and get stronger. - Save the 📷. It's free.99 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🌈 The More You Know... Follow the Movement Nick Helton @Dr.Nick.DPT #HealthStrengthMovement

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💥TRAINING HIP MOBILITY💥 . ⚡️Training hip internal rotation active mobility. Utilizing FRC principles developed by @drandreospina to help @davesolano_ move more efficiently. . ⚡️Incorporating tools such as the yoga blocks to squeeze to help create/irradiate tension throughout each movement. Also, using the foam roll to block areas from compensatory movements to help improve the effectiveness of mobility training. . ⚡️FRC has been super helpful with my clients/patients as well as incorporating this into my own personal goals. . TAG A FRIEND‼️ . COMMENT ‼️ . SHARE THIS ‼️ @clinicalathlete @functionalrangeconditioning

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[T-SPINE MOBILITY] --- Let's talk t-spine. The t-spine seems to be one of those areas that people commonly feel "stiff" in. Sometimes that's from being in a prolonged posture too long without moving, sometimes that's just a perceived feeling that may not really mean much of anything other than move more. So if you're looking for more t-spine drills, here's several you can try: 1️⃣ Cat Camel with rock back 2️⃣ Hand Behind Head with rock back 3️⃣ Tall Kneel Rotation 4️⃣ 4 point rotations 5️⃣ Push up position full rotation - 🔑  Give some of these t-spine drills if you feel stiff in your neck or spine. - Save the 🎥 or share it with someone in need of some squat love - 💬 Now accepting new patients - in person and remote online consultations. (bit.ly/RehabWithNick) or just click the link in my bio 𝐍𝐢𝐜𝐤 𝐇𝐞𝐥𝐭𝐨𝐧 @Dr.Nick.DPT #𝐇𝐞𝐚𝐥𝐭𝐡𝐒𝐭𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐠𝐭𝐡𝐌𝐨𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭

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alex.natera. A consistent/“non-negotiable” part of my programme is the eccentric po

A consistent/“non-negotiable” part of my programme is the eccentric posterior chain load throughout the season. However, there are frequent occurrences, in many brutal sports, where the ability to regress or modify the stimulus is essential. Even kneeling when performing modified Nordics can be problematic when running loads are high in some athletes. These slide board hamstring progressions allow a range of intensities with the added bonus of unilateral work. The final progression, SL Banded Eccentric Hamstring Slide, can be ramped up by the spotter to apply a supramax stimulus that may be greater than that experienced in a Nordic curl (anecdotally speaking 😉).

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exercisinghealth. The body’s centre of mass is located in close proximity of the hip joi

The body’s centre of mass is located in close proximity of the hip joints. The gluteus maximus, which ‘drive’ the hips, are the biggest muscles in the human body. The hips also happen to be comprised of hyper-mobile and robust Ball & Socket joints. All these characteristics make the hips arguably the most ‘functional’ joints for human movement! Dysfunction in this area has been linked to lower back pain, knee injury and poor overall sports performance. In order to restore function back into this crucial anatomical hinge, we must first have sufficient mobility in the area. We can then build solid motor patterns by using this pivotal point efficiently. Through successfully utilising the hips as primary movers , we will finally be able to build incredible strength in that region too. Progressing through this sequence of motor learning can transform a somewhat mediocre mover into a high performance athlete.

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martialscientist. The real stress and the real fights come from the mortgage....come fro

The real stress and the real fights come from the mortgage....come from the stress of home. ———————————————————- So that’s something that I grew up with it caused a lot of stress in my family, it caused me a lot of stress for me..... #fitness #motivationalquotes #journey #fitnessmotivation #ufc #conormcgregor #instagram #meditation #mindfulness #transformation #workout #workoutmotivation #reebok #gymshark #isyms #martialarts #bodybuilding #athlete #hybridtraining #humanmovement #justmoveit

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Coming Soon! . . #NASM AND #NSCA #CEU’s . . 💥Introducing the @acumobility Level 1 Certification Course! A full day, 8 hour, Course that will take you through our innovative: ASSESS, CORRECT + UNIFY system! . .We will show you how to perform 10 movement assessments and then teach you 90+ dynamic and effective corrective and unification techniques! . . This will help you to have real time results with athletes to improve performance and prevent injuries! . . This course is for: athletes, trainers, coaches, clinicians, PT’s, Chiropractors, Acupuncturists, Massage Therapists and anyone looking to better their movement! . . More dates and locations being added regularly. . . ⭐️Approved for 0.8 NSCA + NASM CEU. . . . Save $25 with the code “early bird”

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#Repost @kinstretch with @get_repost Have you heard of Kinstretch™️❓ No? Here’s a little more information about what to expect during your first class... EXPECT to develop a practice that is based on scientific research in mobility training. EXPECT to use limited equipment-only small props such as mats, Kinstretch blocks and Kinstretch balls. EXPECT to use and control your own body throughout the class, meaning this class is based on internal effort (irradiation). EXPECT to be introduced to FRC (Functional Range Conditioning) principals and terminology. EXPECT to be educated. Kinstretch is meant to enhance your life and help you get better at whatever you want to get better at. The more you show up, the more familiar you will be become with the concepts. The more you implement this practice into your lifestyle, the more effective the training will be/the more results you will see. EXPECT a variety of students in the class. Kinstretch is not geared to a specific population; it is geared to humans in general. Expect a variety of ages, body types, athletes, teams, individuals with various occupations and fitness levels on a continuum. What should I bring to class? We advise you to wear comfortable athletic wear that allows you to move freely causing no restrictions to the body. Examples: Shorts/ spandex/ tights/ sweatpants/ t shirts/ tanks etc. Your Kinstretch practice can be performed in athletic shoes or bare feet, this is entirely upon preference, however keep in mind that some instructors may throw in some intrinsic foot control exercises, and these are performed most effectively in bare feet. We recommend you bring a friend! The more the merrier and we guarantee they will thank you for exposing them to a new practice and a new perspective of the human body. Contact us today to register for a class! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔻🔻🔻⠀⠀⠀ #FunctionalRangeSystems⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Kinstretch #ControlYourself #Mobility #BodyControl #JointHealth #Controlyourselfevenmore . . . . #TheLab #StrengthThroughMovement #FunctionalRangeConditioning #HumanMovement #PasoRobles #Templeton #Atascadero #SanLuisObispo #C

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#Repost @dbcfit ・・・ #Repost @dzandertraining ・・・ Mark your calendars!! The DBC Level 1 Certification is headed back to Miami! Registration for this course will open this Friday 2/22/19 at 10am EST. This course that will take place in MIAMI, March 16-17 at DBC. #Biomechanics #HumanMovement

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#Repost @dbcfit ・・・ #Repost @dzandertraining ・・・ Mark your calendars!! The DBC Level 1 Certification is headed back to Miami! Registration for this course will open this Friday 2/22/19 at 10am EST. This course that will take place in MIAMI, March 16-17 at DBC. #Biomechanics #HumanMovement

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@ericgonzer working the cable chest press. The cable trainer is great to add into your workouts. There’s a constant tension on your muscles that would be much harder to replicate if using free weights. I like specifically using the cable trainer for my chest fly’s , chest press , lateral raises and rear delt training. Try it out if you’re looking for a muscle pump!

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pulsephysioptbo. PULL-UP PROGRESSION
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PULL-UP PROGRESSION . Collab with @themvmtpts 🇨🇦 . Struggling with pull-ups? . Follow this progression consistently to build up your strength in pursuit of that elusive first pull-up: . 1️⃣ box assisted 2️⃣ inverted row 3️⃣ eccentric only 4️⃣ band assisted 5️⃣ PULL-UP! . Even if you’ve mastered the pull-up, these are great exercise options to continue a strengthening program if your load tolerance is temporarily diminished due to an injury or painful episode! . . Tag your workout buddy who needs this👇

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dbcfit. #Repost @dzandertraining
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Mark your calendars!! The DBC Level 1 Cer

#Repost @dzandertraining ・・・ Mark your calendars!! The DBC Level 1 Certification is headed back to Miami! Registration for this course will open this Friday 2/22/19 at 10am EST. This course that will take place in MIAMI, March 16-17 at DBC. #Biomechanics #HumanMovement

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[GROUP MOVEMENT CLASS INVITATION] A picture says more than a thousand words. Well what about a video then? Instead of me talking about it, here’s a 30 second “sneak peak” of some of the stuff we went through in our group movement class last Saturday. We played games, challenged each other, moved in different ways and had fun! How’s that for a Saturday morning! It makes you feel good. It keeps you healthy. It’s completely natural, and it’s available to all who are open to the idea. So when was the last time you made some time for play? From where the assumption that adults can’t play? Reach out if you’re interested in joining! PRACTICAL - Saturday 23/02 - 11:30am - 12:45pm - Bergensesteenweg 41, 1651 Lot - 10€/participant BONUS: Next week will be outdoors, as there’s a great park nearby! . . . #tothum #movingtheworld #movementcoach #movementasatool #movementexploration #humanmovement # naturalmovement #movementskills #movementplay #movmentflow #movementislife

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Testimonial from mom, Cheri: My 14 year old son has Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). Both are often seen in kids with autism but can be stand alone disorders. These disorders affect my son's life in numerous ways including poor fine motor skills, poor gross motor skills, poor bilateral coordination, and poor motor planning. Since working with the coaches at Flux, we have seen improvement in all of these areas as well as improvements in his overall fitness, his strength and his self-confidence. When Colton was in occupational therapy at Wascana Rehab, the exercises at Flux partnered well with his o.t. work. If your child has difficulties in any of these areas, I would highly recommend enrolling them with Flux. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Using Flux’s movement based approach we have been crafting unique and tailored plans for Colton based solely on his BODY. In some cases his challenges are similar to those seen with SPD and sometimes they are not at all related. This is why it’s so important to work with a teacher that analyses YOUR movement and inspires you to train successfully in order to enjoy an improved quality of life. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #possibilities #humanpotential #studentteacher #fluxschoolofhumanmovement #humanmovement #autism #beyondtherapy #movement

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ryo14_samurai. BC Project, which is a training facility one of my former instructors

BC Project, which is a training facility one of my former instructors at Chukyo University works as a performance specialist in Aichi, Japan, will host this seminar in San Diego, CA on 6/17-19, 2019. This will be about dissection, human movement/performance, DNS or PRI. Please feel free to let me know or comment on this post if you’re interested in this seminar or if you want to know the information in English. Thank you. The below is the link of the seminar in Japanese: http://www.bc-project.jp/3723/ #bcproject #seminar #dns #pri #anatomy #humanperformance #humanmovement #dissection #冷体解剖 #動作学 #sandiego

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So pictures at the top vs pictures at the bottom Question 1: Which is going somewhere as in Horizontal movements and which is going up and down , up and down? Think 🤔? Question 2: Which groups bodies are rotating to produce power and which groups are anti Rotational? Think 🤔? Question 3: If your Athleticism demands high levels of Horizontal and Vertical Force via Rotational Power to move across the ground 🤔 Why would train , exercise to only go up and down and not rotate or you would get injured 🤕? Question 4. If your Athleticism, sport demand Rotational Power But you train Anti Rotational strength and Power. E.g Strengthening your body not to rotate. Could or would this not lead to lack of performance and when you need to rotate increase your potential for injury as you’ve strengthened your body not to Rotate ? Think 🤔? Question 5: Why am I the only one who realises this and trains correctly? Or do we just follow like the experts like Sheep 🐑? #functionaltraining #boxingtraining #humanmovement #muaythaitraining #injuryprevention #thinkforyourself

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So pictures at the top vs pictures at the bottom Question 1: Which is going somewhere as in Horizontal movements and which is going up and down , up and down? Think 🤔? Question 2: Which groups bodies are rotating to produce power and which groups are anti Rotational? Think 🤔? Question 3: If your Athleticism demands high levels of Horizontal and Vertical Force via Rotational Power to move across the ground 🤔 Why would train , exercise to only go up and down and not rotate or you would get injured 🤕? Question 4. If your Athleticism, sport demand Rotational Power But you train Anti Rotational strength and Power. E.g Strengthening your body not to rotate. Could or would this not lead to lack of performance and when you need to rotate increase your potential for injury as you’ve strengthened your body not to Rotate ? Think 🤔? Question 5: Why am I the only one who realises this and trains correctly? Or do we just follow like the experts like Sheep 🐑? #functionaltraining #boxingtraining #humanmovement #muaythaitraining #injuryprevention #thinkforyourself

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¿Cuánto eres capaz de controlar cada uno de los movimientos de la escápula? • Elevación - Hacia arriba • Retracción - Juntar escápulas • Depresión - Hacia abajo • Protracción - Hacia delante ———— Se necesita un buen control en cada uno de los movimientos puesto que son necesarios antes de realizar cualquier ejercicio de tracción o empuje. 🚨 ANTES DE REALIZAR UN #PULLUP , UN #MUSCLEUP , UN #PUSH UP , #POWERCLEAN...trabaja en control escapular🚨 Además si no se dispone de suficiente espacio entre la cabeza del húmero y del acromión podría derivar a una inflamación del tendón del supraespinoso. ———— Es necesario recibir feedback, puesto que la percepción de uno mismo es completamente diferente. ———— 🎥Tendido prono (tumbado boca abajo) • Punta de los pies apoyados en el suelo (fuerza isométrica de empuje contra el suelo) • Brazo contrario apoyado en bloque azul (fuerza isométrica de empuje contra el suelo) • Frente apoyada en una almohadilla (*En el caso de Jose, puesto que al tener una anteriorización del cuello, sin ese apoyo, activa la zona cervical. Queremos que esa zona esté lo más relajada posible) ➡️ Irradiamos tensión desde los pies hasta la parte superior de la espalda para aislar el lado derecho (glúteo, cuádriceps, abdomen), haasta un nivel 6 (percepción de cada uno)⬅️ . . . @functionalrangeconditioning #qimovement #personaltrainer #kinstretchwithunter #functionalrangeconditioning #kinstretch #performance #humanmovement #health #biomechanics #livewithoutpain #crossfit #calisthenics #running #gymnastics #basketball #education #realworkout #frc #functionalrangesystems

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kinstretch. 🚨Class Alert!🚨 @thelabpasorobles 
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🚨Class Alert!🚨 @thelabpasorobles #FunctionalRangeSystems • • • ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Have you heard of Kinstretch™️❓ No? Here’s a little more information about what to expect during your first class... EXPECT to develop a practice that is based on scientific research in mobility training. EXPECT to use limited equipment-only small props such as mats, Kinstretch blocks and Kinstretch balls. EXPECT to use and control your own body throughout the class, meaning this class is based on internal effort (irradiation). EXPECT to be introduced to FRC (Functional Range Conditioning) principals and terminology. EXPECT to be educated. Kinstretch is meant to enhance your life and help you get better at whatever you want to get better at. The more you show up, the more familiar you will be become with the concepts. The more you implement this practice into your lifestyle, the more effective the training will be/the more results you will see. EXPECT a variety of students in the class. Kinstretch is not geared to a specific population; it is geared to humans in general. Expect a variety of ages, body types, athletes, teams, individuals with various occupations and fitness levels on a continuum. What should I bring to class? We advise you to wear comfortable athletic wear that allows you to move freely causing no restrictions to the body. Examples: Shorts/ spandex/ tights/ sweatpants/ t shirts/ tanks etc. Your Kinstretch practice can be performed in athletic shoes or bare feet, this is entirely upon preference, however keep in mind that some instructors may throw in some intrinsic foot control exercises, and these are performed most effectively in bare feet. We recommend you bring a friend! The more the merrier and we guarantee they will thank you for exposing them to a new practice and a new perspective of the human body. Contact us today to register for a class! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🔻🔻🔻⠀⠀⠀ #FunctionalRangeSystems⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Kinstretch #ControlYourself #Mobility #BodyControl #JointHealth #Controlyourselfevenmore . . . . #TheLab #StrengthThroughMovement #FunctionalRangeConditioning #HumanMovement #PasoRobles #Templeton #Atascadero #SanLuisObispo #CentralCoast #VisitPaso

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biomechfitnessliverpool. Who am I? And what's my story.. So, my names Connie.
I was first train

Who am I? And what's my story.. So, my names Connie. I was first training people at 17 when I left school and got a qualification in college in Level 3 Personal Training. I taught boot camps and offered 1-to-1 sessions. I then left to go and concentrate on my career. Where I completed an undergraduate in Sport and Exercise Science. This course enabled me to apply my knowledge into what is the best training, training techniques and nutrition. Anatomy and physiology was a strong factor in my degree. I was so intrigued with Biomechanics and how to understand human movement. Where I then completed a Masters Degree in Sport and Clinical Biomechanics. This enabled more knowledge of certain footwear, equipment and understand the way humans move. Now as a sports biomechanist I can provide valuable guidance to individuals to improve their skills and ultimately performance. I have trained for years but recently stopped due to the hard work in university. I understand that everyone's different and something might work for you and not for other people. I have started back up and ready to complete my journey in the fitness industry. I wanted to teach people who have never been in a gym before the basics of human movement, and how to correctly perform an exercise relative to their body and personal to how they move. I can also provide help with someone's PBS and 1 rep max or someone who can't seem to move over a certain threshold when lifting weights. I wanted to also offer mothers who struggle to train with kids, hours during school hours. If you think this relates to you.. drop me a DM and we can chat further. #biomechanics #humanmovement #humanmovementscience #personaltrainer #sports #exercise #fitnessmotivation #love #insta

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Had such an amazing couple of hours in the sunshine exploring. Got so many ideas for a woodland movement workout with mindfulness, I’ll be posting more details of the first one on here soon. Places will be limited. You cannot beat training in the trees, if you join me you’ll understand. #naturalhigh #nature #trees #treeclimbing #greatoutdoors #outdoors #movnat #naturalmovement #humanmovement #movewithnature #movemore #movementmatters #getoutside #mindfulness

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9:00AM AT CAN&WILL STUDIO 🔥 — For anyone that doesn’t know, @beedeebess (founder of @can.and.will studio) is climbing Kilimanjaro in a few weeks time 🤩 she’s been raising money for a great cause in @hambofoundation and I’m so proud of her! 😁 — As a result, the Saturday morning class on 9th March will be a special one 💃 all of the proceeds from the class will be donated to the charity, and so whether you want to donate the class payment, or you want to donate more or less than that, every bit of support is greatly appreciated 🙌 — Come along, have some fun 🌞

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bettermovefys. Lær at stå på hænder med en øvelse.
Hop frem og læg vægten i hænderne

Lær at stå på hænder med en øvelse. Hop frem og læg vægten i hænderne og land fødderne fremme ved hænderne. Sørg for at land så lydløst og kontrolleret som muligt. Når din styrke og balance opbygges vil du kunne stå længere tid og løfte fødderne højere og højere. Til sidst kan du stå på hænder. En simpel øvelse kan lære dig at stå på hænder. Jeg siger ikke at det er den bedste måde at lære det på. Der er mange måder. Dette er bare en øvelse som vi træner til den ugentlige træning. Vi mobiliserer og styrke selvfølgelig også håndled før dette for at undgå skader. Videoen er bare et glimt af træningen. Nysgerrig? Kom med! Træning events i Odense og Svendborg: Find info og tilmelding via link i bio. Spørgsmål? Vh. Thomas

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full_reptile. Angles, pivots, timing, space, movement, mastery. 
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🧘‍♂️Hip Mobility 101🧘‍♀️ ❓ trouble with squats or getting lower back/knee pain even after following correct technique❓ . . ➖Banded Distraction (External Rotation) ✔️Back leg Straight ✔️Hips level ✔️Core Braced ✔️Spine Neutral . Throughout the our body, there's always a balance of stability and mobility at play🐒 . ⛔❌If one does not have significant range of motion in a joint made for Mobility(Hips) when we move pass that ROM the joint above or below, made for Stability (Lumbar Spine, Knee) will compensate⛔❌ . ➖Hip Extension (Resisted) 8x5secs ✔️Hips Neutral & Square ✔️Glutes on & hold . ➖Hip Extension (assisted) ✔️Hips Neutral & square ✔️Core engaged . Do one side and test with a squat afterwards and see the results . If you want to better understand your body, check out the joint-by-joint approach by Gray Cook & Michael Boyle #bandeddistraction #mobility #hipopener #fitness #health #humanmovement #healthybody #glutework #warmup #jointbyjoint #graycook #michaelboyle

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bootiful_dayz. Decided to do dis isometric stuffy as leg finisher cus my hip flexors

Decided to do dis isometric stuffy as leg finisher cus my hip flexors got tighter over da week 😖

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