Exercises for Individuals with Osteopenia and Osteoporosis – Part III

In this series of Integrative Movement Insider™  I am answering a question/inquiry from a member of our IMI tribe who wrote in asking about exercise progressions for individuals who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and have been recommended to avoid positions such as spinal flexion, lateral flexion, and rotation. In the first video, I discuss […]

Exercises for Individuals with Osteopenia and Osteoporosis – Part II

In this series of Integrative Movement Insider™ I am answering a question/inquiry from a member of our IMI tribe who wrote in asking about exercise progressions for individuals who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and have been recommended to avoid positions such as spinal flexion, lateral flexion, and rotation. If you work with individuals over […]

Exercises for Individuals with Osteopenia and Osteoporosis – Part I

Hello – Jenice and I hope this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) finds you well. Jenice and I just got back from SCW Mania where we shared corrective exercise strategies for improving shoulder stability, female core, and the feet. Our most attended session was Integrating the Psoas & Glutes. It was especially interesting timing because […]

Integrating Corrective Exercise – The Three Video Series

  In this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI) we’ve been discussing one of the key concepts we share during the Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor™ program – purpose. Why do we focus so much on being purposeful in our training programs? When we are purposeful in working with our older clients we help them become aware of […]

Integrating Scapular Control into Upper Body Patterns – Being Purposeful

In this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI) we’ve been discussing one of the key concepts we share during the Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor™ program – purpose. We are very purposeful about how we assess, how we use corrective exercise, and how we integrate these concepts into the fundamental movement patterns necessary to helping our clients achieve […]

Integration of the Foot Tripod – Being Purposeful

Hello – Jenice and I hope this post finds you well. Jenice, Sara, and I just returned from teaching Level I of the Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor™ program in Kansas City. Thank you Jill Stoppel-Davis, owner of Excel Wellness Studio, for hosting us and for all the wonderful fit pros that came out. As I wrote […]

The Most Important Concept for Training Older Clients

  Hello and welcome to this edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI). This past weekend Jenice and I presented at Fitness Fest in Mesa, AZ. Thank you to all the great individuals who attended our workshops and our Pre Con event – Level I of the Integrative Corrective Exercise Instructor™ certification program. During our workshops, we presented […]

Core Training for the Older Adult Client with Low Back Issues – Part II

Hi and welcome to the 2nd 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 with low back issues such as chronic tightness or discomfort. In Video I, I shared with you the three key […]

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 […]

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