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Simple desk-posture combat: Quadruped T Rotation

With desk posture running rampant, the thoracic spine tightens up and causes a host of problems. This is due to its connections and influences on the neck, shoulders, & lumbar spine. The “T-spine” consists of all the vertebre or spinal segments of your ribs. Here’s a simple way to mobilize this portion of the spine: Continue reading

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2 random tips for segmental rolling (no equipment)

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(Photo from Stopchasinpain.com)

It’s been about a year or so since I’ve really understood and started implementing segmental rolling (a la FMS) into corrective strategies for clients. If you don’t know wtf I’m yapping about, click here to learn about rolling. Here’s two random tips for facilitating rolling without much equipment: Continue reading

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