Tag Archives: Pronation

Injury-Proof Your Body With These Little Known Facts About Human Movement

By Spencer Brown

Human movement

The topic of movement competency has received little attention in the scientific literature away from elite level sports performance. However, there are a few dedicated professionals who are striving to bring this topic to a wider audience with a view to increase peoples’ awareness of its importance for the reduction of unnecessary injuries. 

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Are You Making These Simple Mistakes When You Lunge?

Are You Making These Simple Mistakes When You Lunge?

Group Lunge

The lunge is a fantastic exercise for the lower body, in particular the muscles of the hip complex (gluteus maximus, hamstrings, quadriceps and adductors). However, as with many lower-extremity exercises they are often more difficult than they look and certainly more difficult to execute holding dumbbells or a weighted bar. This article outlines the 6 most commonly seen dysfunctions in our clinic.

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The 6 Simple Mistakes You Could Be Making During the Squat Exercise

By Spencer Brown

Squat_Bar_Placement

The assessment of movement quality is an important part of restoring physical function, reducing injury risk and remaining pain-free. This article explains why we look at clients performing the squat and what particular dysfunctions can present.

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