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6 Exercises to Loosen the IT Band 

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6 Weeks To A Healthy 10k

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7 Exercises To Improve Common Posture And Movement Issues

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7 Ways To Improve Common Posture And Movement Issues

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8 Weeks Towards Correcting Your Anterior Pelvic tilt

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ACL Prevention and Rehab: The Other 23 Hours

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Alleviating Snapping Triceps and Ulnar Nerve Problems

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Curing Tennis Elbow: How to finally get rid of your nagging elbow pain

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A Guide To Correcting Hallux Valgus (Without Surgery)

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A Guide To Footwear

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A Guide To More Comfortable Typing (Upper Body)

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How To Fully Bend Your Knee Again

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Making Sitting More Knee Friendly

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Mitigating Patellar Tracking Issues

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The most important phase of ACL rehab

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Regaining Knee Extension

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Sleep With Less Pain…Tonight 

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The spreadsheet I use for program design

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Frequently Bundled Together

6 Exercises to Loosen the IT Band 

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Making Sitting More Knee Friendly

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The above is a nice mix of some exercises aimed primarily at knee issues, along with a few ways to help how the knee(s) with how you sit during the day.

I tend to recommend not grouping Mitigating Patellar Tracking Issues with the above, as it hits a mixture of the above, with it’s own focus. For instance, if you’re looking solely at IT band stiffness, the IT band manual is the way to go. If you’re looking at patellar tracking issues, while that may comprise IT band stiffness too, the tracking manual is going to be more comprehensive than only the IT band manual.

7 Exercises To Improve Common Posture And Movement Issues

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7 Ways To Improve Common Posture And Movement Issues

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A Guide To Footwear

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Sleep With Less Pain…Tonight 

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You have your exercises to work on, along with ways to modify your activities of daily living -including footwear, finishing up by getting a solid night of sleep.

The most important phase of ACL rehab

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Regaining Knee Extension

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ACL Prevention and Rehab: The Other 23 Hours

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While the ACL guide hits on knee extension a lot, the knee extension guide hits on it even more. The other 23 hours gets things really dialed in.

6 Weeks To A Healthy 10k

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7 Ways To Improve Common Posture And Movement Issues

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Sleep With Less Pain…Tonight 

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This gets you the running routine with corrective exercises to keep you healthy, then things to work on as you go about your day, as we don’t want to ignore the other 15 hours you’re awake, then some ways to help the joints those 8 hours you’re asleep.

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4 Responses “My Products and Services” →
  1. Brian,

    Is it possible to have a right retro version hip and a left anteversion hip? That’s what I have been diagnosed with. It causes me a great deal of pain. I’d so what exercises and stretches should I do for each.

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  2. Hello Brian,

    I have an anterior pelvic tilt and internaly rotated femut, in both leghs. What do you recomand I should purchase. Does the anterior pelvic tilp excercises include ways to work on the rotated femur. Or do you have a separate package for that? I just read you piece on the misunderstanding of the femoral adduction and it blew me away. I have moths trying to figure out what is failing in my knees and hip, and I have not foud the right answer: What do i stretch and what do I thighten??? By the way, my case is pretty severe. I present all of the problems listed in your photos. So, what do you recomand. What should I purchase?

    BTW, I have been working on my anterior pelvic tilt for 2 months now ( stretching hip flexors, lower back and hamstrings and strenghtening glutes and abdominals ) and it has done wonders! But the internal rotation of the femur is giving me a head ache! I canot seem to figure it out. I also have extendes knees! But the rotation is bad. Walking is just awful. i have absoluley no support. And all I am sure because I used to sit as a child on my coxis with legs extended on the sides, don’t know if you understand how( like seiting on your knes, but with legs extended outwards so the ankles were laying on the exterior near the hips ). So my Sartorious is is so elongated, you cannot imagine. I did the hip rotation test: my legs go in internal rotation all the way down to the flor, on external not even 10°! So please, let me know if you have any package that can help.I apreciate the help!

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    • Hey Livia,

      The 6 Exercises To Loosen The IT Band manual will hit the internally rotated femur much more than the APT guide. You could look at both then potentially combine them. (Feel free to email me for some help with that if needed. b-reddy@hotmail.com )

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