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The target muscle in this exercise is not only the Pectoralis major but also the stabilizing muscles – the core muscles.
The core muscles are intensively active in all exercises in which the entire body serves as a "bridge" between arms and legs.
🎁Tip - The more parallel the bridge is to the floor in this exercise, the harder the core muscles will work to stabilize the body!
Hyperextension of the spine and the hip to compensate for weakness in the chest muscles or in the core muscles (mainly the abdominals), or weakness in the hip flexors.
In this condition of hyperextension the spine goes out of neutral position.
The load on the lumbar vertebrae increases and nervous coordination between the core muscles is impaired.
Another way to perform this exercise is to use an exercise ball to elevate your body.
When you understand concepts better, you can explain and teach better!
Sacroiliac joint mobilization for shoulder treatment?
I believe that the lats are like the abs of the shoulder. With fully functioning lat, your rotator cuff muscles won’t be overstrained because the lat will maintain correct shoulder alignment. Fully functioning lat automatically means that your upper traps cannot be dominantly tight.
So other than releasing the antagonists to the lat, what else can you do to increase its activation and functionality? Well, adjusting the SIJ, the lat attach to that region, if that joint is somehow compromised - it will affect the muscle.
Take home msg - it’s all about them lats, about them lats, about them lats. 💪
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Do you know what position loads your discs the most? The least? I’ve ranked them least to greatest loads so swipe ➡️➡️➡️ to see! Constantly having excess, long-term loads on our discs, especially when we are out of alignment, can lead to injury. Joint wear and tear is more probably and disc bulges or tears can occur. Be mindful of your positions throughout the day. Avoid sitting and lifting objects, as this puts the most load on your discs!
Note: weight-bearing IS important for muscles, joints and ligaments to be strong. Just try to keep a straight spine vs hunched.
Daily habits, like texting and sitting at a computer all day, compiled with microtrauma and injuries, impact our spine. There will be postural compensation and muscle fatigue, which leads to wear and tear, injury, and symptoms. Becoming aware of your posture is the first step. Try incorporating these into your daily routine! Chiropractic care can help with alignment, improving muscle tone and joint function. Tag a friend who has bad posture 😜
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When we have health questions and concerns, it’s easy to turn to good ol’ #WebMD for answers. And even though the Internet can be a wonderful health resource, reading about your health issues online can often lead to unnecessary worry and fear. Remember, you (and every other patient) are unique and deserve a personalized evaluation. So instead of surfing the web for a generic , or even worse, incorrect answer, talk to our @drjamielynndc in person to get the full picture—and to stop losing sleep over your questions. We can help get you an answer and a plan to battle against your pains 😁