Corrective Exercise Is Functional - Part 2

by Anthony Carey |   Date Released : 15 Feb 2008
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Anthony Carey

About the author: Anthony Carey

Anthony Carey M.A., CSCS, MES is PFP Magazine’s 2009 Personal Trainer of the Year and owner of Function First in San Diego, California and an international presenter on biomechanics, corrective exercise, functional anatomy and motor control and their relationships to pain and function. Anthony has developed the Pain Free Movement Specialist certification and is the inventor of the Core-Tex®.

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Aronson, Connie | 07 Apr 2013, 20:58 PM

Photographs would be really helpful.

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Patrzalek, Mary | 23 Mar 2013, 21:18 PM

OK. I'm relatively new to this. I've done one-armed cable rows, and have seen others do this, most have their feet together, a few others have a staggered stance. I didn't notice if the "front leg" was ipsilateral or contralateral to the arm holding the cable... an Internet search showed folks with feet together only, as did the cable row on the ptonthenet site. Please clarify, thanks.

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Patrzalek, Mary | 23 Mar 2013, 20:38 PM

What do you mean by a 'blocked SI joint'; how does it occur? My Internet searches only came up with local (anesthetic) topics, and a video on how to release a blocked SI joint. Is it just the usual lack of activity in sedentary people? Lots of info crammed into such a short article.

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Patrzalek, Mary | 23 Mar 2013, 19:37 PM

You state that "many fitness professionals have adopted the "Far Right" philosophy... Please elaborate on your term "Far Right" philosophy. What exactly does this mean? What philosophy does this oppose, and how?

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