O EQUILÍBRIO é um dos grandes desafios para os idosos. Sabemos que , com o passar dos anos , a dissociação de cinturas fica limitada , o equilíbrio fica prejudicado e , junto com a perda de propriocepcão, pode levar a quedas . O equipamento da metodologia GYROTONIC®️- Jumping Stretching Board é um aliado para trabalhar essas qualidades no idoso . Nesse vídeo , Irene de 93 anos praticando seu equilíbrio e coordenação . Além disso , o trabalho e lúdico e desafiante , qualidades necessárias para estimular a vida 🌀🌻❤️ ...
Deficit Scapular Press Ups
After working on shoulder blade retraction mobility (see my post from yesterday), strengthen that new range of motion you’ve just opened up to help make it stick. Allowing your body weight to sink below the level of the benches really helps you apply load into that end range of your shoulder blade retraction.
If you’ve had trouble feeling what it really means to squeeze your shoulder blades back the entire way, this’ll definitely get you there. Some added bonuses here is that you strengthen shoulder blade protraction too by pressing yourself up out of that bottom position, as well as some core strength by keeping your body in a plank the entire time. ...
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OVERHEAD SQUATS 🏋🏻♀️
Overhead squats are likely the most demanding barbell squat in terms of challenging mobility, strength, balance & control. For all those reasons, they can also be super beneficial! 😅
If you (like most people) find that the barbell drifts forward as you lower into the squat, a limitation in overhead shoulder range of motion is one (of many) possible reasons...
🎥 Swipe through to the other videos for a mobility test and subsequent movements to work on if shoulder range of motion is limiting your overhead squat or snatch! 👍
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Kliniğimize boyun ağrısı şikayetiyle gelen Sevil Hanım ile yaptığımız 10 seanslık manuel terapi ve egzersiz uygulamaları sonrasında👉🏻 telefona bakarken,ev işlerini yaparken boynunda yaşadığı ağrı ve koluna yayılan uyuşma hissiyatı sona erdi ve artık boyun hareket açıklığı ağrısız ve tam💪🏻💪🏻💯💯
✅Baş dönmesi şikayeti ve baş ağrıları da son buldu.😇
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🏃Runners are infamous for stretching muscles that feel tight... Hip flexors... Calves... Hamstrings... The thing is, rarely do these muscles actually need to be stretched.
🤔Tightness can often be a symptom of WEAKNESS. If a muscle isn't strong enough, it's going to struggle... and it's gonna let you know.
🏋This should be a sign to strengthen, not stretch. As we strengthen the muscle specific to the activity it needs help with, the less trouble it will have, and the less tightness will be perceived.
👟Hip flexors are one of the more common areas that runners tend to feel "tightness" with and therefore stretch. Instead of stretching, start strengthening.
🏃♀️This exercise is a great start to runner-specific hip flexor strengthening, although there are many good exercises out there. This exercise requires the hip flexors to work throughout a large range of motion, and at the same time demands significant lumbopelvic and single-leg stability on the opposite side.
👆Try this exercise if you suffer from "tight hip flexors".
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We have some vacancies for our #Pilates classes starting January...not just for Elves.
Physiotherapy-led Pilates is a broken down and modified version of traditional high level Pilates suitable for people wanting to get the most out of Pilates. Combining the expertise of Physiotherapy with this long standing traditional way of exercising, the exercises are progressed in an appropriate and manageable way and can be very beneficial for people who have suffered injury or have ongoing musculoskeletal problems such as lower back pain.
This can either be on a one-to-one basis or in a class setting. This guarantees good quality feedback and correction of the exercises where needed to ensure the best possible outcome for the you.
Today I had to relief a class and decided to try something new:
Use resistance bands to aid their use of upper backs and supported arms.
Many times when teachers correct students, we tend to focus more on the lower limbs. But often their alignment starts from their upper back and that is what gives them good lines. While I correct their turnout and remind them to have “tight fifths”, I loved the fact that these exercise bands they have looped across their upper back, shoulder, elbow, wrist and hand, assisted me in reminding themselves to have well-supported arms.
These exercise bands can help them by:
✅ Providing resistance and train their eccentric muscles across their upper back all the way to their fingers
✅ Remind them to always lengthen their arms ✅ Provide tactile feedback and feedforward mechanism to engage their upper back muscles ✅ Visual feedback on how they should remind their arms to be supported .
This was experimental but do comment on more tips if you have!