Intentionally moving more throughout the day or implementing a stand-up work station is one of the most proactively potent things you can do to potentiate better overall health; but especially to the neuro-musculo-skeletal system.
We see patients do this all the time and then rave about the difference it has made; only regretting not doing it sooner.
If for whatever reason, movement modifications like the stand up desk is an obstacle, mobilization techniques like the one demonstrated below (a personal favorite & go-to) can work wonders towards opening up those hip flexors & lengthening those shortened adductors.
Movement Monday: AP Lunge
November 4, 2019 in Chiropractic, Running, Sports
Tagged adductors, balance, functional movement, groin, hip flexors, injury, injury prevention, mobilization, pain, Running, sitting, stability, strength, stretching, training, warm up, workout
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Movement Monday: Crunchless Core Concentration
September 9, 2019 in Chiropractic, Health & Wellness, Running, Sports
Tagged abs, balance, chiropractic, core, core strength, cross train, exercise, Low Back Pain, movement, movement diet, movement monday, movement nutrition, strength, strength and conditioning, workout