What is your ‘ONE THING?’

Hello – Jenice and I hope this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) finds you well. Jenice, Sara, and I just returned from Taiwan where we completed our Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor certification program. We had a ton of fun sharing with so many awesome and like-minded fitness professionals and physical therapists. I’d like to extend a special thanks […]

Do You ‘Steal’ Information?

Jenice and I hope this blog finds you well as we begin our spring season. Since so many of our baby boomers and seniors will begin outdoor activities as it is the beginning of spring, in this next video series of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) I will be addressing a few of the common patterns we […]

Training the Older Adult Client – Part IV: Key Corrective Exercise Patterns – The Shoulders

Welcome to the 4th installment of this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) where we’ve been discussing a few of the key concepts and corrective exercise patterns we use when training our older clients. In the previous video we discussed how to implement the foundational concepts of the Integrative Movement System Corrective Exercise Strategy™ – improve our […]

Training the Older Adult Client – Part III: Key Corrective Exercise Patterns – The Shoulders

Hey there! Welcome to this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI). Jenice and I hope that this blog finds you well as we begin the spring season. As we discussed in Part I and II of this series, we recently completed our very first full 3-day training certification: the Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor™ certificate program. In the […]

Maximizing Glute Function in Individuals with Hip Labral Tears and FAI – Part III

  Welcome to Part III of this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ where we’ve been discussing maximizing glute function in individuals with a labral tear and/or FAI (femoroacetabular impingement). We discussed that while some individuals have a labral tear and/or FAI associated with an injury, most individuals that I have diagnosed with either of these […]

Maximizing Glute Function in Individuals with Hip Labral Tears and FAI – Part II

Welcome to Part II of this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ where we’ve been discussing maximizing glute function in individuals with a diagnosis of a labral tear and/or FAI (femoroacetabular impingement). We discussed that while some individuals have a labral tear and/or FAI associated with an injury, most individuals that I have diagnosed with this […]

Maximizing Glute Function for Individuals with Hip Labral Tears and FAI – Part I

Jenice and I hope this edition of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ finds you well. It’s hard to believe we’re already through the middle of February. I guess I’m getting older because these days sure seem to be flying by 😉 If you’ve been following this year’s series of IMI you know we’ve discussed how to work […]

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