• Feb4

    Do Leg Length Discrepancies Actually Matter?

    Over the years I’ve had a lot of clients with various ailments say they have been diagnosed by different medical practitioners as having a leg length discrepancy, where one leg is longer than the other, and that this difference is a causative or contributing factor to their problems. In many cases, the leg length isn’t…… Read More

  • Jan29

    Snapping Hips on Dead Bugs

    I love giving out dead bugs to clients. It’s one of the best core exercises to teach bracing, rib positioning, breathing under tension, and doing it all in a way that doesn’t smash out the spine with a ton of shear force or compression. However, it’s not all sunshine and puppy snuggles. Occasionally people may…… Read More

  • Jan16

    Cleaning Up Thoracic Rotation

    One of the trickiest movements to get people to go through properly is thoracic rotation. There’s a lot of places that want to take the reins on this movement, like the neck, shoulder blades, low back, hips, big toe, probably left eyeball, who knows. Part of the challenge is that thoracic vertebrae have relatively small…… Read More