It might not be your back

When I get a new client one of the more common problem areas they come to me with will be their lower back. There’s also a pretty good chance that they spend most of the day sitting down so the source of the problem can, in some respects, be easy to identify. Aside from poor posture and its associated problems one of the biggest contributory factors are the gluteals and gluteus medius in particular. Continue reading “It might not be your back”

Home work

Using a high density foam roll is becoming quite popular to enable you to do a bit of “home work” I have one myself and use it between hands on sessions. This a pretty reasonable video of how to get the best out of one.

Welcome to my blog

Welcome! The aim of this blog is to be a source of useful information and advice to help you improve the quality of your movement, to help you be more effective in your training and generally look after yourself. I’ll also post a variety of articles covering strength training, stretching and mobility exercises, tips on how to improve your posture, common injuries and self care advice for these. The advice given is so that you have an idea of where you might start but remember to always get checked by a professional if you have a problem as otherwise you are doing so at your own risk.  If there are topics you would be interested in know more about please feel free to contact me or post a comment.
Thanks for reading, I hope you enjoy it.

Shoulder excercise video

This is the first in a great series of exercises to help deal with shoulder problems. I’ll put the other links up later but if you can’t wait thery’re on the side menu and you want to do them as the name suggest in YTWL order.

Run barefoot

barefoot running

If you are preparing for a marathon.. while I’m not suggesting you look to change the way you run now, or to run barefoot, this guy has some interesting things to say.

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