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Lying Supine

Lying Supine & Viparita Karani The Lying Supine position is one of the most highly recommended and simplest positions that I could recommend you do. The way to do the Lying Supine position: Lye flat on your back. Head back and eyes up towards the roof. Arms out and palms up towards the ceiling. This…

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Hip Lateral Rolls

Unlocking The Hips Hip Lateral Rolls The hips and lower back form the foundation block for the entire spine and nervous system. Their movement is vital even for joint position sense and balance. These simple and quick lateral hip rolls can help keep the foundation strong, supple and stable providing a great foundation base. Rolling…

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Neck Nods

Keep The Neck On The Rails Neck Nods The upper neck and back is built to maximise front to back movement. The joints and vertebrae are arranged like a train track running up and down the spine. Neck Nods are a great exercise to get the neck and upper back moving and sliding easily along…

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Extension

Extension One of the simple things that we can never do enough is lean back and practise that extension. It is a very important thing to practise because we are living lives now that we are constantly leaning forward. Leaning back, but not engaging your head or arms is not extension. When practising, try to…

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Seated Trap Stretch

Seated Trap Stretch Today I get to do something that we all do way too often…take a seat. When we take a seat, one of the biggest things that tightens is our trap muscles. Reason being, rather than sitting with great posture, we end up sitting slouched and with our shoulders rolled forward. Try this…

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Calf Imbalance

Calf Imbalance One of the cool things about the multi-sport watches these days is all the in built metrics. Garmin watches have the ability to tell you your foot ground contact time (GCT) and compare feet. For this Ironman athlete his balance was always off by 3-5%. This might not sound like much, but multiply…

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Sport Injuries

Winter Sport Injuries Have you noticed just how dark it is in the morning? This can spell only one thing – summer is slipping away and soon you’ll be trading in the bat and ball for the football spikes, hockey cleats and netball shoes. The winter sport season will soon be upon us and for…

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Walk This Way

Walk This Way Sidelined with a torn calf playing netball, unable to walk 2k and incredible ankle swelling. The redness is the inflammation and after just 2 weeks it massively dropped. Most important she was pain free, walking normally and did 40ks through Melbourne in just 3 days!    

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