Thoracic Rotation - for balance and walking

 

Dr. Osar discusses the importance of thoracic rotation for balance and walking.

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Control of Thoracic Rotation

 
Training rotation, more specifically - the control of thoracic rotation - is one of the most important aspects that should be a part of every training program.
 
 Improved control of thoracic rotation will improve:
 👉🏾postural control
👉🏾balance
 👉🏾walking
 
And control of rotation naturally carries over to most sports.
 
3 Keys to Successful Control of Thoracic Rotation:
🗝 Maintain a long spine and rotate on an axis.
🗝🗝 Don’t over-rotate - more is not better.
🗝🗝🗝 More optimal control of a shorter range is better than suboptimal control of a larger range.
 
Incorporate thoracic rotation into the pushing and pulling patterns to train higher-level control.
🤓🧠🤓 To discover more on how to assess and train thoracic rotation, check out The Two Anatomy Geeks™️: Anatomy of Rotation.
 
Purchase Anatomy of Rotation by 10/1/2023 using coupon code ROTATE50 and save 50% on the purchase price.
 
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The Best Way to Improve Thoracic Rotation

 

Best corrective exercise for improving spinal health and thoracic rotation.

Dr.Evan Osar shares the simplest way to achieve and maintain optimal rotation.

 

For more information on incorporating breathwork to improve posture, movement, and performance, check out: 

Breath: For Posture, For Movement, For Performance

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Thoracic Rotation In Walking

 

Do you have clients with thoracic mobility issues?

Dr.Evan Osar - Two Anatomy Geeks™ - discusses the #1 reason your older clients lose thoracic rotation.

He will also share with you an easy go-to exercise for improving thoracic rotation.

If you are interested in learning more about walking, consider purchasing the Two Anatomy Geeks series on Anatomy of Gait

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