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Browsing All posts tagged under »hip pain«

My visit to the Washington University in St. Louis Physical Therapy Program

March 16, 2018

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This turned into a behemoth of a post. I started writing this on the plane ride home and well, the cute girl next to me could only distract me so much. Next thing I know I had 15 pages. (Remember in college how you had trouble writing 10 pages, double spaced? Weird.) There is a […]

An easier, quicker way to shorten running stride

February 28, 2018

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There are various reasons someone might want to shorten their stride. Trying to land less on your heel and more on the mid-foot is a common one. Another lesser known benefit of lessening your stride: it can go with more activity from the ankle and foot. Notice the difference: On the left, the calves are quieter. The […]

An example of improving hip pain during squatting

July 22, 2016

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Calvin asked about the remote client process in August 2015. Here are some things he wrote when answering the questionnaire: “-What currently hurts (if anything)? My main issue is with my inner hips (inside of the thigh, high up towards the groin region). I experience pain and tightness, usually keep on alternating on each side […]

Tired of Searching? Click Here To Change Your Movement Now

March 25, 2016

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You can click to find out more about each product. All purchases have refund guarantee and direct customer support, from me; not a machine. (Sorry, no soothing hold music.) After buying something, if needed you can reply to the confirmation email to ask a question. None of that annoying “Do Not Reply” or “noreply@WeDontCareAboutYou.com” stuff. Data […]

Physical therapy doesn’t help hip osteoarthritis?

November 9, 2015

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I’m a fan of the site Doctor Skeptic. The thesis of the site being a lot of the treatments we perform are ineffective when measured against placebo. That we aren’t doing enough research to see how many treatments fit under this umbrella. That the ethical considerations here are hypocritical. “It’s not ethical to do a study […]

On structural adaptation limitations (of the hip)

July 29, 2015

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One of the most repeated questions I’ve received the last couple of years deals with wanting to change human structure. This has been primarily related to hip retroversion, due to a post of mine on the topic. Despite my efforts, the point of hip retroversion being a structural “issue” hasn’t hit home for many. In that it’s […]

Cueing people out of hip extension while standing

December 9, 2013

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I’ve written about excessive hip extension and hip issues quite a bit: Looking at pelvic tilts – The hips only tell you part of the story (an anterior pelvic tilt doesn’t mean your hips are flexed) My visit to the Washington University in St. Louis Correcting a swayback posture by…changing how you sleep? Relieving hip […]

Rethinking how and why you’re training your glutes

November 20, 2013

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One of the changes the internet has done to fitness programs is give people a greater focus on training their glutes. It started as, “Need to get faster? Train your glutes!” Then, “Knee pain? Work your glutes!” “Lower back pain? Squeeze those glutes!” There are certainly some merits here, but, now it seems to be […]