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piriformis stretch 1. Start – Lay flat on your back 2. Action – Cross one leg over the other with a bent knee 3. Finish – Interlock your hands behind the bent knee and pull into your chest to stretch the back of hips
In my years of clinical experience, I find that athletes react to injuries with a wide range of emotions which may include denial, anger, sadness and even depression. An injury often seems unfair to anyone who has been physically active and otherwise healthy. Although there is no denying these feelings, it ís extremely important to move beyond the negative and find more positive strategies to cope with the setback. In many cases, effectively recovering from an injury helps an athlete become…
WHAT causes poor posture? That’s simple….. imbalances! Weak cervical flexors combined with tight suboccipitals results in the appearance of a protruding chin. Likewise, weak rhomboids combined with tight pectorals results in shoulders slumped forward. This combination of imbalances is called Upper-Crossed Syndrome (UCS).