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Kicked off this NY trip with an awesome lecture & cadaver lab looking at the functional aspect of the intrinsic foot. I’m weird & have great interest in the foot & gait. I believe the foot serves a vital role in gait, performance & overall health so I knew this l opportunity was a must.
We explored the various plantar layers of the foot and the facial integration of these muscles. So many great take-aways. It was also meeting great people from various parts of the world & exchanging ideas 🏋️♂️🏋️♂️🏋️♂️🏋️♂️🏋️♂️🏋️♂️🏋️♂️
Siempre en formación continúa,.
En esta oportunidad actualizando un método de evaluación “FMS” que incorporaremos a nuestros entrenados , siempre con la idea de brindar un mejor servicio y optimizar las estrategias a utilizar , un enorme placer contar y tener como compañero @lorigadosemiliano (fisioterapeuta ) que en este momento dedica su tiempo para mejorar cada día y transmitirme sus conocimientos .
This is a conversation I’ve had recently with a couple coaches and clients. I thought it appropriate to share some evidence to support why we don't ascribe to any “one best way” to squat recommendation. It’s always best to take an individual approach and most importantly...assess!
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💥PEOPLE SQUAT DIFFERENTLY💥
Looking an normal anatomic variance, how can we possibly think that every human will squat exactly the same❓
📊 I think it's good to know and understand some general guidelines when assessing the squat. Things I like to look at include weight distribution, hip hinge, bar path (if loaded squat), and general symmetry with the movement. However, the golden question is: is this variation normal (i.e anatomic), is it learned (motor control/strength/etc) can I improve it, and do I need to? That's a loaded question(s). One that I can't fully address in just an instagram post because as the saying goes "it depends." But it's a line of thinking that I would recommend we ask ourselves as movement professionals instead of dogmatically saying things like "knees can't go past toes/feet have to be shoulder width/butt wink will kill you" etc. I think we (and I for that matter) can do better.
🌐 That said, in the picture you'll see a few different things. (Shout out to the man Ryan @themovementfix for the inspiration) The femur (thigh bone) has an articulation point with the acetabulum (hip socket). The head of the femur can vary widely anatomically, both in size and in angulation (such as femoral anteversion and retroversion) If someone has excessive anteversion of the femur, what squat stance would they likely be most comfortable with? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
The depth of the socket is also important, as is the direction the socket is facing. Observe the depth difference in the left vs right. Which one do you think is better for a narrow stance squat? The femoral neck angle may also change throughout life, and varies widely with gender and ethnicity.
🔑Take home message: Humans move differently. Not only do people vary anatomically from person to person, but there can also be variation in individual lateralit