The pleasures and benefits of strength training are not reserved for folks with a perfect squat. Start moving, however imperfectly.
A virtual toast to 100 blog posts. To finding my voice. To hitting publish. To taking up space. And to being my own damn cheerleader.
Let’s watch our clients move. Let’s give them the confidence and encouragement to move more.
In Part 1 of this post, I dug a little bit into some key pre-requisites for good pelvic floor function: pelvic alignment, rib cage alignment and breath mechanics. What I didn’t discuss, however, was the fact that these pre-requisites can be tough to get right. Why?...
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