In the previous three instalments of The Corrective Exercise Approach to the Hips and Shoulders, we have looked at the corrective exercise approach to improving some of the most common dysfunctions of the shoulders and the hips. In the last instalment, we looked at how a common problem – motor control – can lead to poor gluteal activation. I shared with you a way to improve hip function by understanding and applying the function of the gluteal complex to achieve optimal hip centration.
In this final segment of The Corrective Exercise Approach, we will take a look at how you can incorporate the principles of the Integrative Movement System and apply them to your clients that struggle with shoulder issues. If you have tried wall angels, push up plus, and Y’s, T’s, and W’s with your clients and are still having a hard time stabilizing their shoulder, then this webinar is for you.
And if you haven’t heard, Corrective Exercise Solutions to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction was recently released to rave reviews. What are some of the biggest names in the industry saying about this book:
‘If you are a therapist or trainer and do not yet have this book, you NEED to get on this. Dr. Evan Osar has created one of the best books the industry has seen in a while. He takes complicated concepts and makes them usable for everyone.’
Ben Shear – Conditioning coach of Luke Donald – the #1 golfer in the world
"I can tell you that I always enjoy reading Evan Osar's work and watching him speak. Evan has the ability to listen to others, interpret what he hears and make it simple to understand. This is a good writer and a good thinkers gift. "
Mike Boyle – Body by Boyle