Posts tagged "thoracic mobility"
Sue Falsone: The Breath
Are you devoting enough time to your client’s breathing? The breath influences our actions and emotions and is influenced by our actions and emotions . ....
Eric Beard: Global vs Local Musculature
Eric Beard categorizes the musculature of the thoracic spine, discusses the different muscle groups and how they can control safe range of motion or contribute to stress and strain.
Sue Falsone: Cervical Thoracic Junction Yoga Mobility Drill
Looking for a drill to regain mobility in the shoulder and cervical thoracic junction? Sue Falsone goes back to yoga for the perfect movements.
Eric Beard: Lumbar and Thoracic Spine Regions
Eric Beard covers the anatomy of the lumbar spine and thoracic spine, their compensations for each other and the importance of soft tissue quality.
Taylor Lewis: Ribs—The Underdog in Thoracic Mobility
Everyone needs adequate thoracic mobility, but it is challenging to know how much each person needs. Taylor Lewis covers the anatomy to help you know where that movement originates.
T-Spine Mobility: Why It’s Important
Many of our daily activities are often done sitting down, rounding through the thoracic spine, which can wreak havoc on posture and put stress on the rest of the body. In this collectio...
Eric Beard, an NASM certified corrective exercise and performance enhancement specialist, is the author of— Thoracic Mobility (video) The Anatomy of Shoulder Impingement (lecture) L...
Eric Beard: Thoracic Spine Impairment and Dysfunction
Eric Beard reviews the causes and symptoms of thoracic spine dysfunction and explains the corrective strategies that he uses with success.
Eric Beard: Thoracic Spine Disassociation
In this video segment, Eric Beard demonstrates a simple corrective exercise for disassociation of the thoracic spine from the scapulae in clients working on increased shoulder mobility.
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