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    Hip Mobility to Relieve Lower Back Pain

    Ever hear the saying "What the hips lack hurts the back"?Tight back and tight hips.  Ah, the athletes's constant lament.  If you have frequent "knots" in the deep gluteal tissue, difficulty squatting or poor squat mechanics, a constantly tight IT (iliotibial) band and/or low back or referral pain down the thigh or to the foot then read on.   Read More...

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    Learn the Fundamentals of Hip and Knee Mobility Sequencing

    Did you know that much like your teeth need daily brushing and flossing to maintain good health and keep plaque from building up your connective tissue and muscles require the same kind of daily maintenance?It is something I've written about in the past, and has become a "must do" in my corrective exercise programming.  [See Fascia, Stretching & Corrective Exercise Get Rid of the Fuzz to learn more.] Your muscles develop tightness and knots overtime due to compromised motor pa...  Read More...

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    Learn a Powerful Mobilization Recipe To Help You Alleviate Chronic S-I Joint Pain

     Tired of chronic tightness or a constant pain in the butt?  If you have lower back, hip, buttock and/or sciatic pain issues this mobility and corrective exercise session IS FOR YOU!  Everyone is welcome to join the Mobility and Corrective Exercise class at CrossFit 5885 on Saturday September 24th, 2016 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am.   Read More...

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    5 Quick IT Band Mobilizations to Help Your Hips Feel Their Best

    Achy painful knees?  One of the most constant laments I'm asked to help CrossFitters, distance/track runners and athletes involved in sports with repetitive bending of the knee is chronically tight IT (ilio-tibial) Band.  According to Medscape, iliotibial band (ITB) syndrome (ITBS) is the most common cause of lateral knee pain among athletes.   Read More...

  • Foam Rolling to Help Alleviate Hip to Shoulder Pain

     Written By:  Deb Preachuk BRS, BPE, CF-L1Moving incorrectly in a training environment or athletic pursuit without correcting it increases your susceptibility to injury and/or chronic pain.  When you develop and reinforce faulty body mechanics, eventually the patterns you repeat in practice show up during your workouts and competitive performance and it’s only a matter of time until something in the body “gives.”All athletes want to know how to increase their ath...  Read More...