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 […]

Exercises for Your Older Clients with ‘Weak’ Glutes – Part IV

  In this third series of the 2017 edition of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ we have been discussing working with older clients to improve glute function. There were several key concepts I shared through this 3-part series: The majority of our older clients are in posterior pelvic tilt and have poor ability to anteriorly rotate their […]

Exercises for Your Older Clients with ‘Weak’ Glutes – Part III

Welcome to this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI). We hope your week is off to a great start. As we mentioned, last weekend Jenice and I began our Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor (ICEI)™ certification training program. The ICEI program has been designed exclusively for those of you who work with the older population like we do […]

Exercises for Your Older Clients with ‘Weak’ Glutes – Part II

As I mentioned in the last edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) Jenice and I will begin our Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor (ICEI)™ certification-training program this month. The ICEI program has been designed exclusively for those of you who work with the older population like we do in our clinic. In the previous edition of IMI we […]

Key Core Training Strategy for Training Older Clients with Spinal Dysfunction – Part IV

  In this second series of the 2017 edition of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ we have been discussing working with older clients with degenerative joint conditions. There were several key concepts I shared through this 3-part series: 1. Nearly all of our older clients will have spinal conditions related to disc issues, spinal ‘arthritis’ or degenerative […]

Key Core Training Strategy for Training Older Clients with Spinal Dysfunction – Part III

In this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ we’ve been discussing working with older clients with spinal conditions such as disc bulges/herniations, degenerative joint conditions – aka spinal arthritis, and spinal stenosis. In Part I I covered three important concepts related to working with older clients with spinal issues. In Part II I demonstrated one of […]

Key Core Training Strategy for Training Older Clients with Spinal Dysfunction – Part II

In this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ we’ve been discussing working with older clients with spinal conditions such as disc bulges/herniations, degenerative joint conditions – aka spinal arthritis, and spinal stenosis. In Part I we covered three important concepts related to working with older clients with spinal issues. If you missed that video you […]

Key Core Training Strategy for Training Older Clients with Spinal Dysfunction – Part I

Jenice and I hope this edition of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ finds you well. In the early part of this year we are addressing common topics that come up when training our older clients. In the last series of IMI we discussed how to reinforce posture when training older clients. Recall that our primary goal […]

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