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The Volatile Relationship Between the Gluteus Maximus & the Abdominals

There are moments when these two muscle groups get along ‘like a house on fire’ and work as a powerful team and then there are times where the Glutes just don’t know when to keep quiet‍.

Could one simple cue change the beauty of Hip Dissociation, Hip Stability & Pelvic Alignment? In this video we will take a look at how we can effectively form the perfect symbiotic relationship between these two groups in the Pilates Studio, Gym, Rehab facility and when doing any kind of sport.

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Step 1: What is the more prominent pelvic tilt position?

Step 2: What is the natural mobility of the hips?

Step 3: What is the state of the Gluteus Maximus?

Step 4: What is the current state of the Abdominals

Step 5: What is the client’s ability to perform spinal isolation?

Step 6: What is their habitual hip movements?

Step 7: What load are you using?

Step 8: Do you incorporate Isometric and Isotonic training?

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The Positive Effect of the Lumbar Erector Spinae on the Rectus Femoris

Alignment seems to be a controversial topic. But what if we showed you how powerful a small tweak of improving alignment can be on the Rectus Femoris using an EMG! Not only will the EMG show you results, but you will feel it for sure! Could we doubt the obvious, the sensation and the feeling or would we be gaslighting ourselves by saying ‘the results are fake?’ This week we will take a look at how we can effectively mobilize and train the Quadriceps in the Pilates Studio, Gym and when doing any kind of sport.

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Step 1: What is the more prominent pelvic tilt position?

Step 2: What is the Lumbar Spines constant seated state?

Step 3: What is the lumbar back extensors ability to work concentrically?

Step 4: What is the current state of our quadricep tone?

Step 5: What is the flexibility of the Gluteus Maximus and Hamstrings?

Step 6: What is the clients ‘go to’ hip rotation?

Step 7: What load are you using?

Step 8: Do you incorporate Isometric and Isotonic training?

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The Conflict between the Serratus Anterior & the Pectoralis Major

Now this is about to get exciting. If you want to learn about Scapula Stability, then you are 100% in the right place. This involuntary shift of effort is constantly on while the Serratus Anterior remains in ‘sleep mode’.

In this video we will take a look at the first challenge that we are faced with when it comes to these two groups in the Pilates Studio, Gym, Rehab facility and when doing any kind of sport.

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Step 1: What is the status of the Thoracic Spine?

Step 2: What is the Status of the Cervical Spine?

Step 3: What is the Pectoralis Minor and Major Felxibility?

Step 4: What is the current state of the Serratus Anterior?

Step 5: What is the client’s ability to perform spinal isolation?

Step 6: What is their habitual upper body movements?

Step 7: What role is the mind playing?

Step 8: What approach are you taking to shoulder stability?

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