Corrective exercise isn’t a tremendously exciting or sexy topic –
But for the vast majority people, it’s a part of your training program that must NOT be neglected.
Dr. Evan Osar discusses corrective strategies to use when performing a deadlift in today’s video.
He covers various techniques to combat hip pain and tightness, low back pain and neck pain when performing this exercise.
Check it out:
And if you find value in today’s video, I highly recommend Dr. Evan Osar’s course:
By using the Integrative Corrective Exercise Approach, you will have a simple, principle-based system that allows you to correct movement problems, while maintaining your own training philosophy.
— The fundamental approach to creating optimal posture and movement so that you can train more often and with more intensity to get the results you want
— How to assess the core, shoulder, and hip complexes to understand what NOT to do with these areas – so that you can save time and frustration
— The 3 principles of the Integrative Movement System that will allow you to develop optimal posture and movement and train pain free
— Proven strategies that will help you develop a rock-solid corrective exercise protocol and speed up results
— A progressive approach to identify and truly correct posture and movement issues to allow you to spend more time doing the things you enjoy
Learn more at the link below:
And will be back with more corrective exercise – related content later this week! –
– Forest Vance
Master of Science, Human Movement
Certified Corrective Exercise Specialist