Month: March 2020

Better Breathing, Lung & Diaphragm Function With Improved Posture

Better Breathing, Lung & Diaphragm Function With Improved Posture The position of your shoulders and thoracic spine has a big impact on how well your lungs and diaphragm can deal with their all-important job of breathing. By improving your upper body position, you should feel a big improvement on how ‘free’ you feel in your …

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Double-Jointed Elbows? Wake Up Your Shoulders

double-jointed elbows? wake up your shoulders “I was born with double jointed elbows.” No, you weren’t (unless you have a connective tissue disorder – which is rare). Because of the modern environment in which you were born, your body didn’t develop as per its evolutionary design, your shoulders locked up and your elbows and wrists …

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Tight Hamstrings? Stop Stretching Your Hamstrings!

tight hamstrings? stop stretching your hamstrings! Your hamstrings feel tight because you’re not moving the joints on either side of them sufficiently to keep them supple. The answer to looser hamstrings is not stretching your hamstrings. The answer to looser hamstrings is moving your pelvis, hips, knees and feet more. The hamstrings are particularly susceptible …

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Hyperextending Knees? Here’s 6 Moves For You To Try Today!

hyperextending knees? here’s 6 moves for you to try today! Your hyperextending knees are likely a postural deviation, not a genetic mutation (unless you have a connective tissue disorder. Most people don’t – their body just doesn’t move as designed and their knees compensate). They are something you can correct if you know what to …

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