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 […]

Posture Exercises for Your General Population Client – Part IV

  Before I share with you how you can become an expert in training the general population (please see below).  I will review what we talked about in the first series. In this first series of the 2017 edition of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ we have been discussing the role of posture and using corrective exercise with your […]

Posture Exercises for Your General Population Client – Part III

Welcome to Part III of this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ where we have been discussing the role of posture and corrective exercise in your general population clients. In Part I of the series I discussed how we view posture as Integrative Movement Specialists™. In Part II I demonstrated how to integrate these concepts to […]

Posture Exercises for Your General Population Client – Part II

Welcome to Part II of this series of Integrative Movement Insider (IMI)™ where we have been discussing the role of posture and corrective exercise in your general population clients. As we discussed in Part I, we discussed 3 main concepts related to posture: Posture is really just a snapshot of a person’s overall strategy. Our goal is […]

Training the Psoas and Glutes in Your General Population Clients – Part III

Welcome to Part III of this 3-part series of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) on Training the Psoas and Glutes in your general population clients. In Part I we discussed how the psoas and glutes are functional synergists rather than antagonists. In other words, they work collectively to maintain alignment and control of the trunk, spine, […]

Training the Psoas and Glutes in Your General Population Clients – Part II

Welcome to Part II of this 3-part series of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI). Through December we’ve been answering questions submitted by members of our Fitness Education Seminars community. In Part I of this 3-part video series we discussed training the psoas and glutes. In the previous video, I covered: How the psoas and glutes are functional […]

Safe Core Training for Older Clients with Back Issues – Part II

In the last edition of Integrative Movement Insider™ (IMI) we discussed the first two of three keys when working with our older clients that have advanced spinal conditions such as: Osteoarthritis (degenerative joint disease). Spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal or nerve canals). Spondylolisthesis (slipping of the vertebrae). The three keys in actuality are the principles […]

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