Train female clients with tight hips?
It could be tight external hip rotators. Dr. Evan Osar, author of Corrective Exercise Solutions to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunctions, discusses a common reason why many female clients can develop chronic hip tightness. He’ll also shares any easy way to assess and address and progress your client in this week's Facebook Live.
If you are training female clients who struggle with chronic hip tightness, stress urinary incontinence, and osteoporosis, check out the brand new series of Two Anatomy Geeks™: Training Female Specific Conditions.
In this brand new series, you’ll discover:
anatomy of the pelvic floor, abdominals, and more;
how surgery impacts the core and pelvic floor;
how to assess and use corrective exercise to address chronic tightness and improve muscle mass, mobility, and bone density in your female clients.
This series begins on May 7th.
What’s the secret to resolving chronic tightness?
It’s the same ‘secret’ that can help your client’s posture and even improve performance.
Dr. Evan Osar of Integrative Movement Institute discusses how breath training can be incorporated into your programs to change posture, increase flexibility, and even improve balance and strength.
If you enjoyed this information and are looking to learn more about how improved breath can help your clients, check out the Two Anatomy Geeks™ series, Anatomy of Breathing.