Browsing All posts tagged under »latissimus dorsi«

Making pull ups and burpees more shoulder and lower back friendly

May 23, 2016


I previously profiled a client in Examples of posture indicating movement. That client was having some upper back issues. They had some good lower back extension going on, as well as an upper back rounding forward. This was prevalent during other activities, like a plank exercise: Being younger helps, but this client also picks things up […]

On the need for easy, slow, relaxed exercise

April 20, 2015

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This is partially a continuance of my notes on the book Kinetic Control: The Management of Uncontrolled Movement. The rest of my notes can be found here. This is part 5, but drifts away from the book a decent amount. While this post is about slow exercise, I also delve into injury rates in contemporary sports, where humans move as […]

Can foot pain and hip pain be related?

February 1, 2013


I edited the emails for brevity and I’ve bolded what I deem most important. From an email exchange: “Brian, Seriously. Your Blog is awesome. I found you last night while searching for TFL stretches, which in fact, truly is the Best stretch. Kudos to you. I just finished reading your article on lateral pelvic tilt. […]