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    Tibial Internal Rotation Mobilistaion
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Those who struggle with poor ankle mobility, which limits them in achieving an optimal squat position, invariably lack tibial internal rotation. As a result they can compensate for a lack of dorsiflexion by over pronating.
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As the video shows, this self mobilisation can help restore this important motion and help reduce knee/ankle discomfort, particular in a deep squat position.
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#movebetter #anklemobilty #squats #movementismedicine #physio #mobilty #stability

    Tibial Internal Rotation Mobilistaion
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    Those who struggle with poor ankle mobility, which limits them in achieving an optimal squat position, invariably lack tibial internal rotation. As a result they can compensate for a lack of dorsiflexion by over pronating.
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    As the video shows, this self mobilisation can help restore this important motion and help reduce knee/ankle discomfort, particular in a deep squat position.
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    #movebetter #anklemobilty #squats #movementismedicine #physio #mobilty #stability

    3 0 12 minutes ago
    Tension in the upper neck?? These two mobilisations will help 
1)Turning your head to the side pulling your shoulder down and finding the stretch on the side of your neck.
2)Do this on both sides 
3)Bringing your hands behind you head tucking your chin to your chest drop forward and move pressure from side to side around your neck 
4) Do all these exercises for a minute on both sides

    Tension in the upper neck?? These two mobilisations will help
    1)Turning your head to the side pulling your shoulder down and finding the stretch on the side of your neck.
    2)Do this on both sides
    3)Bringing your hands behind you head tucking your chin to your chest drop forward and move pressure from side to side around your neck
    4) Do all these exercises for a minute on both sides

    13 2 19 minutes ago

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    The belief systems you hold for yourself can help you move forward and heal or keep you in your current state of health.

If you believe you don't have time to shop, cook and eat right...then you won't.

If you believe you don't have time to exercise...then you won't.

If you believe you will always be in pain...then you will.

If you believe trying to be healthy is "too hard", then it is...and you will not do it.

The only way you can truly change your health is to change your belief patterns...We all have an innate desire to "be right", so if we believe things are too hard,  we will not do them and we will be right, yet, at the cost of our health and happiness.
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    The belief systems you hold for yourself can help you move forward and heal or keep you in your current state of health.

    If you believe you don't have time to shop, cook and eat right...then you won't.

    If you believe you don't have time to exercise...then you won't.

    If you believe you will always be in pain...then you will.

    If you believe trying to be healthy is "too hard", then it is...and you will not do it.

    The only way you can truly change your health is to change your belief patterns...We all have an innate desire to "be right", so if we believe things are too hard, we will not do them and we will be right, yet, at the cost of our health and happiness.
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    6 3 1 hour ago
    Quality and durability during the choice of deckings and claddings are directly proportional to the choice of the right base construction material. Tantimber thermowood underconstruction products provide a strong basis for the application area. Our thermowood processed ash and pine underconstruction products offer the best solution to your applications in different sizes. With their durability and dimensional stability, our products eliminate the problems such as bending, as they work in the same way with thermowood decking and claddings.	#thermallymodifiedwood #wood #underconstructionproduct #bestsolution #durability #stability #decking #cladding #archdaily #architecturaldesign #sustainable

Deck ve cephe kaplaması seçimlerinde kalite ve dayanıklılık, doğru alt konstrüksiyon malzemesinin seçimi ile doğru orantılıdır. Tantimber Thermowood Karkas ürünlerimiz uygulama alanı için sağlam bir temel oluşturmaktadır. Thermowood işlemi görmüş dişbudak ve çam karkas ürünlerimiz farklı ebat seçenekleri ile uygulamalarınız için en iyi çözümü sunmaktadır. Ölçüsel kararlılık ve dayanıklılığı ile ürünlerimiz; Thermowood deck ve cephe kaplamaları ile aynı çalışma eğiliminde olduğu için bükülme, eğilme vb. sorunları ortadan kaldırmaktadır.
#tantimber #WoodRefinedRedefined #karkas #dişbudakkarkas #çamkarkas #ahşap #çevreciyapimalzemesi

    Quality and durability during the choice of deckings and claddings are directly proportional to the choice of the right base construction material. Tantimber thermowood underconstruction products provide a strong basis for the application area. Our thermowood processed ash and pine underconstruction products offer the best solution to your applications in different sizes. With their durability and dimensional stability, our products eliminate the problems such as bending, as they work in the same way with thermowood decking and claddings. #thermallymodifiedwood #wood #underconstructionproduct #bestsolution #durability #stability #decking #cladding #archdaily #architecturaldesign #sustainable

    Deck ve cephe kaplaması seçimlerinde kalite ve dayanıklılık, doğru alt konstrüksiyon malzemesinin seçimi ile doğru orantılıdır. Tantimber Thermowood Karkas ürünlerimiz uygulama alanı için sağlam bir temel oluşturmaktadır. Thermowood işlemi görmüş dişbudak ve çam karkas ürünlerimiz farklı ebat seçenekleri ile uygulamalarınız için en iyi çözümü sunmaktadır. Ölçüsel kararlılık ve dayanıklılığı ile ürünlerimiz; Thermowood deck ve cephe kaplamaları ile aynı çalışma eğiliminde olduğu için bükülme, eğilme vb. sorunları ortadan kaldırmaktadır.
    #tantimber #WoodRefinedRedefined #karkas #dişbudakkarkas #çamkarkas #ahşap #çevreciyapimalzemesi

    20 0 1 hour ago

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    Cable Chop - Stability Split Stance
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✅ Starting Position
Standing, in a split stance with inside foot forward, back foot directly in line with the front foot and knees slightly bent
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Holding rope handle with both hands from high cable position
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✅ Procedure
Pull the outside arm across the body
Press the inside arm across the body and out 
Return to the starting position by following the same movement plane
Repeat for prescribed number of repetitions and switch directions
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✅ Coaching Keys
Fire your back glute
Lock in your torso and keep stomach tight
Maintain balance throughout the movement
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✅ You Should Feel It
Working your chest, arms and hips as well as challenging your stability
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#coreactivation #hipflexorstretch #cablemachine #upperbody #stability #balance #strenght #strengthcoach #strengthforendurance #endurance #onlineprograms @peakperformanceknokke

    Cable Chop - Stability Split Stance
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    ✅ Starting Position
    Standing, in a split stance with inside foot forward, back foot directly in line with the front foot and knees slightly bent
    .
    Holding rope handle with both hands from high cable position
    .
    ✅ Procedure
    Pull the outside arm across the body
    Press the inside arm across the body and out
    Return to the starting position by following the same movement plane
    Repeat for prescribed number of repetitions and switch directions
    .
    ✅ Coaching Keys
    Fire your back glute
    Lock in your torso and keep stomach tight
    Maintain balance throughout the movement
    .
    ✅ You Should Feel It
    Working your chest, arms and hips as well as challenging your stability
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    .
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    #coreactivation #hipflexorstretch #cablemachine #upperbody #stability #balance #strenght #strengthcoach #strengthforendurance #endurance #onlineprograms @peakperformanceknokke

    783 1 2 hours ago
    ‼️ HIP MOBILITY OPENERS ‼️
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🔑Being flexible and bendy is great, but having control of your full range of motion should be the ultimate goal!
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👉🏽Rarely these days do I prescribe static stretching to improve someone’s mobility as I’ve found out over the years that static stretching is not the best use of your time & it doesn’t translate well into functional movement.
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✅Active mobility techniques like these improve range of motion while also gaining better muscular control of this new range!!!
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This creates a neuromuscular response that allows our body to feel SAFE into greater ranges of motion and keeps ligamentous stress at bay.
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🎥 VIDEO BREAKDOWN 🎥 
1️⃣ 90/90 Lean & Twist
2️⃣ Modified Lizard to Hamstring Mobilization
3️⃣ Supine Modified CARs (Controlled Articular Rotations)
4️⃣ Standing Hip Flexion Turn Outs
5️⃣ Seated Hip Flexion Lift Overs
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🔹I recommend adding a set of 5-10 reps on each side to your program at least 3 times a week!
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Also, SLOW IT DOWN- after all, mobility isn’t how fast you can do something, it’s about slow controlled movement!
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TAG A FRIEND‼️
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COMMENT ‼️
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SHARE THIS ‼️
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@clinicalathlete #clinicalathlete #hipflow #animalflow #controlyourself #frc #functionalrangeconditioning #kinstretch

    ‼️ HIP MOBILITY OPENERS ‼️
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    🔑Being flexible and bendy is great, but having control of your full range of motion should be the ultimate goal!
    -
    👉🏽Rarely these days do I prescribe static stretching to improve someone’s mobility as I’ve found out over the years that static stretching is not the best use of your time & it doesn’t translate well into functional movement.
    -
    ✅Active mobility techniques like these improve range of motion while also gaining better muscular control of this new range!!!
    -
    -
    This creates a neuromuscular response that allows our body to feel SAFE into greater ranges of motion and keeps ligamentous stress at bay.
    -
    -
    🎥 VIDEO BREAKDOWN 🎥
    1️⃣ 90/90 Lean & Twist
    2️⃣ Modified Lizard to Hamstring Mobilization
    3️⃣ Supine Modified CARs (Controlled Articular Rotations)
    4️⃣ Standing Hip Flexion Turn Outs
    5️⃣ Seated Hip Flexion Lift Overs
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    🔹I recommend adding a set of 5-10 reps on each side to your program at least 3 times a week!
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    Also, SLOW IT DOWN- after all, mobility isn’t how fast you can do something, it’s about slow controlled movement!
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    .
    .
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    TAG A FRIEND‼️
    .
    COMMENT ‼️
    .
    SHARE THIS ‼️
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    @clinicalathlete #clinicalathlete #hipflow #animalflow #controlyourself #frc #functionalrangeconditioning #kinstretch

    6,772 260 19 May, 2019
    Neck always feeling tight💫
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Get them traps firin’
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So, to get some tension off the upper traps which are generally hypertonic and likely  contributing to neck tension and possibly headaches - we need the mid and lower traps to do their job. In a a brief overview these muscles help  retract, depress, upward rotate, posteriorly tilt, and externally rotate the scaps. I’ve put together a progression of a couple options from level 1 and beyond to get this area burning out
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🎥Reach, Roll, Lift - 📍get yourself into "child's pose"-ish📍arms extended📍palms flat onto ground📍roll hands onto pinky side (into high y position) gently lift upward toward the ceiling📍keeping traps down 📍initiate movement from midback/posterior shoulder
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🎥Wall Angels with Chin Retraction📍sitting with your back flat against a wall 📍retract chin 📍bring arms into field goal position 📍keep back of hand and arms in contact with wall 📍slowly slide upward to a high Y 📍pull arms down into a W position by thinking of engaging the movement between the mid to low back 📍maintain chin position📍3x10 and you should be burning
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🎥Wall Slide + Lift Off- 📍start with arms in lower W position, elbows in at the sides📍 slowly slide up a wall into a high Y position 📍using your mid back region pull arms slightly away from wall ❌do not shrug shoulders (that's part of how you got into this mess) ❌don't hyper extend low back - 📍repeat 2x10 but quality over quantity here, folks
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🎥Banded Slides + Lift Off- band around wrists📍 pull forearm apart slightly to keep tension 📍slide forearms up the wall to full extension 📍pull one arm off wall📍don't hyperextend the low back with lift off 📍2x10

    Neck always feeling tight💫
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    Get them traps firin’
    .
    So, to get some tension off the upper traps which are generally hypertonic and likely contributing to neck tension and possibly headaches - we need the mid and lower traps to do their job. In a a brief overview these muscles help retract, depress, upward rotate, posteriorly tilt, and externally rotate the scaps. I’ve put together a progression of a couple options from level 1 and beyond to get this area burning out
    .
    🎥Reach, Roll, Lift - 📍get yourself into "child's pose"-ish📍arms extended📍palms flat onto ground📍roll hands onto pinky side (into high y position) gently lift upward toward the ceiling📍keeping traps down 📍initiate movement from midback/posterior shoulder
    .
    🎥Wall Angels with Chin Retraction📍sitting with your back flat against a wall 📍retract chin 📍bring arms into field goal position 📍keep back of hand and arms in contact with wall 📍slowly slide upward to a high Y 📍pull arms down into a W position by thinking of engaging the movement between the mid to low back 📍maintain chin position📍3x10 and you should be burning
    .
    🎥Wall Slide + Lift Off- 📍start with arms in lower W position, elbows in at the sides📍 slowly slide up a wall into a high Y position 📍using your mid back region pull arms slightly away from wall ❌do not shrug shoulders (that's part of how you got into this mess) ❌don't hyper extend low back - 📍repeat 2x10 but quality over quantity here, folks
    .
    🎥Banded Slides + Lift Off- band around wrists📍 pull forearm apart slightly to keep tension 📍slide forearms up the wall to full extension 📍pull one arm off wall📍don't hyperextend the low back with lift off 📍2x10

    6,293 182 22 May, 2019