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| DO I HAVE A SHORT LEG? |  Some practitioners like to tell people that they have one leg shorter than the other, and that it's causing them back pain . . If you were diagnosed with a leg length discrepancy, its most likely because one hip is hiking higher than the other, and not because you have a true short leg. Instead, the discrepancy is coming from tightness in the muscles of your waist and hip . . So, why do our waist and hip muscles become tight enough to cause uneven leg length? . . This is basically caused by our nervous system. Over time, our nervous system learns the postures and movements that we tend to repeat on a daily basis and it gradually makes these postures and movements automatic. So, if you are always shifting your body weight on to your right leg when you’re standing, this may make the muscles around the hip tight, therefore giving the appearance of a shorter leg . . How can I fix this? This would require manual therapy to help open up the structures in the hip affected by the myofascial restrictions, followed by guided postural reconditioning. Hit us up! . . #createmovement #infinitemotionfitness #infinitemotionhealth
#30daysofcomposition for #ayearwithmycamera #aywmc Day 18: #createmovement #movement (a checking picture grim last week but was perfect for this prompt)
A gorgeous moment from rehearsal of Falling to Earth 🌏 . . #starrfosterdance #makedance #dancerlife #contemporarydance #rehearsalmoments #sfdtour2018 #makearteveryday #moderndance #createmovement
Watering the garden #aywmc #30daysofcomposition #edpscameraclub #createmovement  #movement
On the move. Chosen for the 30 Days of Composition challenge: create movement. #ayearwithmycamera #30daysofcomposition #createmovement #lighttrails #lighttrailsphotography #cars #traffic
Jumping into the weekend like ... 👊🏻⠀ .⠀ What’s your plan ? 👇🏻
| UNEVEN SHOULDERS | . . Feeling out balance is very common, especially when it comes to your shoulders. Have you ever looked in the mirror and wondered if one of your shoulders has suddenly dropped below the other? Many patients initially think they've suffered a dislocation, or something else on the more catastrophic side. It's usually not the case! Also, maybe you are looking at the wrong shoulder... . . COMMON AND NOT SO COMMON CAUSES: . . 1) HYPERACTIVE OR DYSFUNCTIONAL LEVATOR SCAPULAE - the most common cause we've seen for a depressed shoulder, is actually an elevated shoulder (the other one.) Postural imbalance and muscular overuse is usually the cause. Do you constantly keep one shoulder higher than the other for work? Or just out of habit? Have you over trained your shoulders? If your levator is not moving well or is in a state of spasm, rest assured you will see imbalance . . 2) SCOLIOSIS - this also causes muscle imbalance, but primarily the lateral curve of a spine (side ways) drops one shoulder lower than the other... Or makes one shoulder appear higher than the other. Mild scoliosis is hard to pick up, but check your shoulders and if you see something you don't like have your spine, gait and posture assessed . . 3) QL DYSFUNCTION - this isn't as common of a cause as the first two, but we do see it. Extreme tightness here causes your upper body to shift down in one direction, giving the illusion of a fallen shoulder. You can't always look at the source when assessing and diagnosing . . 4) TRUE SHORT LEG - this is another illusion, but having a true short leg will drop one or your shoulders. This should be address immediately as postural and gait induced stress over time can cause serious issues with people walking, running and jumping with a true short leg . . If you feel like one shoulder falls lower than the other, don't panic. It's probably being caused be something that is relatively easy to correct. We can help you pin point the cause and our
Catch @yungchrishk tonight at 7pm and get that house foundation in! #repost @yungchrishk with @get_repost ・・・ “I got a funky funky style with a funky swag” More victory rounds from the @bleedvision 1v1 All-Styles comp at @breakfreehouston 🏆 No gimmicks, my only strategy is to out dance you @monsterenergy 👊🏾 #hiphop #havikoro #freestyledance #dancelife #dancebattle #instadance #dancedaily #yaydance #createmovement #movement #danceculture #thursday
Happiness is when you introduce the #pilatesarc to your Stepping Stones class and the initial reaction is 'sure I couldn't bend over that', only to find that in fact Yes they can!! 🤗🙅‍♀️ . . . Karen ❤  #yesyoucan #justdoit #positivity #pilates #teacher #spine #extension #createmovement #heathyspine #helpingpeople #ilovemyjob #remedypilates #people #womenshealth #itsthesmallthings
| ELBOW PAIN | Part 2 Do you suffer from pain on the outside/inside of the elbow joint when you are doing pulling exercises, playing sports and/or just lifting weight in general? Then chances are, you are suffering from a condition called Lateral Epicondylitis or Medial Epicondylitis AKA ‘Tennis Elbow’ Or ‘Golfer’s Elbow’. . . With both of these conditions, symptoms such as elbow stiffness, forearm soreness and pain when gripping objects are very common. These can all be extremely excruciating and can even cause you to be on the shelf for quite some time. HOWEVER even though this condition is common especially amongst any athletes or people who do resistance training on the regular, there are many ways around this hurtle. The following stretches and strengthening exercises will help to reduce the symptoms and/or even diminish the entire condition completely . . THE STRENGTHENING EXERCISES (Part 2): Place any arm on top of a elevated flat surface, with just enough room for your hand to lean over the edge. Now from here use an Indian club, dumbbell or even something simple as a hammer. While gripping it tight (neutral grip), begin rotating your wrist side to side. Make sure to lock/hold the forearm tight against the surface to restrict any extra movement that may take away from the actual exercise. Aim to do 2-3 sets of 15-30 reps total. Repeat on the other arm/hand. . . Keep your arm on top of the elevated flat surface, with your hand leaning over the edge (pronated grip). Now hold a dumbbell in that hand and begin to flex and extend your wrist for a total of 15 reps. Aim to do 3 sets. Repeat on the other arm/hand. . . Keep your arm on top of the elevated flat surface, with your hand leaning over the edge (supinated grip). Now hold a dumbbell in that hand and begin to flex and extend your wrist for a total of 15 reps. Aim to do 3 sets. Repeat on the other arm/hand. . . While standing upright, hold equal dumbbells in each hand (supinated grip) and begin to
| BARBELL BENCH FORM CHECK | . . The flat barbell bench press is a great exercise to add mass to the chest, shoulders, and triceps. This movement allows us to add a good amount of weight to the bar and allows great improvement of upper body strength. Common mistakes with this exercise increase injury risk to the shoulder joint . .  THINGS TO AVOID: . . -	Lifting head off of the bench when pushing the bar up -	Letting elbows flare outwards too much, this places a lot of stress on the shoulder joint -	Having legs sprawled out How to perform the bench press correctly: -	Position yourself on the bench with the bar above the eyes -	Place hands on bar, wider than shoulder width -	Bring feet closer towards the body, planting the whole foot flat allowing an arch in the lower back -	Squeeze shoulder blades together to pop the chest out -	Have a spotter assist lifting the bar from the rack -	Lower the bar down to chest, slightly under the nipple line -	Keep elbows slightly tucked in when pushing up . .  When performed correctly, this exercise can really help improve a person’s physique. If you hit a plateau with your bench press, or just want more tips on how to correct your form, don’t be afraid to contact us so we can assist you as best as we can! - Write up by @ranvirsthind . . #createmovement #infinitemotionfitness #infinitemotionhealth
| ELBOW PAIN | Part 1 Do you suffer from pain on the outside/inside of the elbow joint when you are doing pulling exercises, playing sports and/or just lifting weight in general? Then chances are, you are suffering from a condition called Lateral Epicondylitis or Medial Epicondylitis AKA ‘Tennis Elbow’ Or ‘Golfer’s Elbow’ . . With both of these conditions, symptoms such as elbow stiffness, forearm soreness and pain when gripping objects are very common. These can all be extremely excruciating and can even cause you to be on the shelf for quite some time. HOWEVER even though this condition is common especially amongst any athletes or people who do resistance training on the regular, there are many ways around this hurtle. The following stretches and strengthening exercises will help to reduce the symptoms and/or even diminish the entire condition completely . .  THE STRETCHES (PART 1): Put your arm out in front of you with your palm (hand upside down) facing you. Now use the opposite hand and pull that palm from behind towards your chest. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . .  Put your arm out in front of you with your palm (hand still upside down) facing away from you this time. Now use the opposite hand again and pull the ring and pinky finger towards you. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . .  Leave your hand in the same position (hand still upside down) but instead pull all 4 of the fingers back towards you. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . . With your palm still facing away from you (hand upright this time), use the opposite hand and pull all 4 of the fingers back towards you again. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets. @infinitemotionx  #createmovement #infinitemotionfitness #infinitemotionhealth
| ELBOW PAIN |  Do you suffer from pain on the outside/inside of the elbow joint when you are doing pulling exercises, playing sports and/or just lifting weight in general? Then chances are, you are suffering from a condition called Lateral Epicondylitis or Medial Epicondylitis AKA ‘Tennis Elbow’ Or ‘Golfer’s Elbow’ . . With both of these conditions, symptoms such as elbow stiffness, forearm soreness and pain when gripping objects are very common. These can all be extremely excruciating and can even cause you to be on the shelf for quite some time. HOWEVER even though this condition is common especially amongst any athletes or people who do resistance training on the regular, there are many ways around this hurtle. The following stretches and strengthening exercises will help to reduce the symptoms and/or even diminish the entire condition completely . .  THE STRETCHES (PART 1): Put your arm out in front of you with your palm (hand upside down) facing you. Now use the opposite hand and pull that palm from behind towards your chest. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . .  Put your arm out in front of you with your palm (hand still upside down) facing away from you this time. Now use the opposite hand again and pull the ring and pinky finger towards you. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . .  Leave your hand in the same position (hand still upside down) but instead pull all 4 of the fingers back towards you. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets . . With your palm still facing away from you (hand upright this time), use the opposite hand and pull all 4 of the fingers back towards you again. Hold for 30 seconds. Repeat on the other side and do 2-3 total sets. - Write up by @parbrar.infinite  #createmovement #infinitemotionfitness #infinitemotionhealth

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