BIOMECHANICS ASSESSMENT

when you're serious about performance

A SIMPLE REHAB MOVE TO BUILD STABILITY AND STRENGTH

but if you’re compensating because of tightness you’re irritating your hip and low back

ARE YOUR WORKOUTS ALIGNED WITH YOUR GOALS?

Are you trying to improve shoulder mobility?

 OR 

Are you strengthening your anterior neck muscles?

OR

 Are you tightening your upper back?

because with these biomechanics you’re doing all three

are you doing this?

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young athletes with goals

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What Are Your Goals?

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Check out the video. 

There’s a struggle here with the obliques and core stabilizers.  You can see it. And you’ll feel it when you try this move.  


But when I’m watching…

I’m watching for the athlete that needs good wrist mobility.  

An athlete who relies on their grip strength.

An athlete that isn’t going to improve unless we start correcting neural inputs.


Now watch the video again and focus on the left hand.

Why are those fingers flexed in order to reach?

Why does that left wrist extend to flex the shoulder?


Hmmmmm…..

How many places is that going to impede his game, lessen his power, change his stroke…

And long term, when that shoulder mobility decreases, the thoracic spine becomes overworked….all to make up for the improper biomechanics.


This video shows the need for corrections way beyond a weak core.

Ya gotta see it before you can fix it.

You’re fit, you work out hard, and you are relentless in pursuing your goals.

 

So how can this one simple  move be so tough?

 

Watch the video…

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What did you notice?   You saw the balance issues right?

But do you know why?  If not, then you’re not going to be able to fix them.  don’t think that doing the same exercise over and over again is going to teach the body how to change, how to adapt and how to correct.  

NOPE.  It’s just going to reinforce the improper movement patterns.  You have to get to the root of the problem and create a better baseline biomechanics.

And that’s what’s so important – your baseline biomechanic pattern.  Like in this video, did you wonder why my client couldn’t put her arms against the sides of her body?

They just would not move to that neutral position.

If you think that’s nothing too important,  think again.  Think about what’s so tight that the body has had to adapt from it’s neutral position.  Think about the loss of range of motion and the inability for the arms to ever truly rest.  All the extra energy you’re constantly using and the compensations required from the traps and the elbows to make up for this one biomechanic issue we were able to see if just a few seconds.

Now imagine, just a week or two later…

when those muscles have been taught how to lengthen and relax

how relaxed the body starts to feel with it’s new positioning

the overworked muscles now getting a break

the weak and neglected muscles now starting to integrate into proper movement sequences

The Overall Effect

is less tightness, no more pulling, improved range of motion, better body flow and…you guessed it Better Performance.

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