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Reposition

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Jennifer
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first,
, retrain
then
Notes
frontal,
in
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plane,
transverse
and restore
when in
possible
the tran
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locked plane
into extension
as most folks are in an extension pattern -- esp. back an
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sagittal
-- PECplane
(posterior
exercises
exterior
like achain)
squat or deadlift and be sure that you are m
aximizing triplanar integration of the diaphragm. If they need to get more into
the L hip, may put the foot up on a 10lb plate and work on breathing -- isometri
c DL example.
Don't
squat below the level they are capable of stabilizing -- PRI Adduction Lif
t test helps to determine how far to go in the squat/DL (pelvic restoration cour
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the sympathetic
in all threesystem.
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thethe
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cage to neutral, then to reciprocal - flex and extend through full ra
nge of motion, then add/abd, then rotate. Must be able to get in and out of patt
erns when
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timesneeded.
recruit ant. neck to help in breathing, pulling on 1st couple ribs - nowincreating
PRI
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golfers
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to
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in backs
upper esp.
t-spine
as they
as well
get older -- typical L AIC pattern
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god swing
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the following
to be collapsed
ways: and will center themselve
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trying
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position,
turn
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up early and
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hipearly
limited
extension
in IR so will affect follow through -- will stretch out hip ligame
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the Lhipaltering
or willswing
golfers
shearmechanics
cannot
through
adduct LSIJ
again
leg but can on the R. Can't g
et on their L leg in the follow through unless go through their back and SIJ to
get through. They seem to be able to survive these dysfunctions better than othe
rs. Just trying to manage them -- get neutrality in exercise program but know th
at they are going to be extended and sympathetic once you put a club in their ha
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Using
biomechanical
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to get
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the videos
biofeedback
below for examples of using the K Vest with PRI correctives
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functional
for geriatric population