If you looked at my blog stats, you’d pick up on a few trends. People break their ribs a lot over the weekend, hence why my blog post about broken […]
The following is a fake study submitted to the Journal of Fabricated Physical Therapy Studies, helping to prove that putting in work actually leads to improvements in chronic low back […]
But broken ribs are more than just painful, they are downright destructive!
Think of poor breathing patterns as poor form. You aren’t going to let your clients perform squats with knee valgus, so why let them squat while holding their breath? First […]
The following are the current thoughts (at least in my camp) on preserving your low back or reducing the chances of your low back pain getting worse. I call the post “What […]
“Six pack”, “washboard abs”, “abs of steel”, or “rock hard abs” are all names for the rectus abdominis (RA), or abs for short. As a physical therapist, I have been […]
I was recently engaged in a conversation with Mark Young of Markyoungtrainingsystems.com about the preventablility/reduceability of low back pain, which morphed into talking about the transverse abdominis (TrA) and multifidi (M). He […]