Power and Speed Programming for Roller Hockey

Stacey Hindmarsh | Sports-Specific | 21 Jul 2018

Hi, I've come on here hoping to find help on programming for Power and Speed for Roller Hockey. I am a qualified Level 2 Gym Instructor with very little knowledge in this area as I've never had to devise a programme for this goal. I have not got a clue where to start if I'm honest, so fire away any ideas on what I should incorporate when setting up my clients programme. Thank You Stacey

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Pigeon Toes

Manya Koretoff | Corrective Exercise/Rehab | 20 Jul 2018

Hi! I have a new Sr client with pronounced “pigeon toes”. Can I offer her hope that this can be helped at her age (72) and any corrective exercises you can offer besides foam rolling lateral gastrox, calves, hams and strengthening adductors....?

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Explain the brain in Nervous system

Pawan Sharma | Professional/Self Development | 18 Jan 2018

Making a video of lecture , tries to cover topic instead of this kindly illustrate on board with image . Because hearing is not sufficient and human mind can't remember this for long..... So if you improve your pattern and try to cover your lecture with images on board would be more helpful for student......and can remember for long period as well it become easy to get understand and interesting... Thanks Pawan Sharma New Delhi

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Mild Kyphosis, Scoliosis & Pronounced Anterior Pelvic Tilt

Kirsten Mitchell | Corrective Exercise/Rehab, Stretching Library | 01 Jun 2017

Hi, I had a consult with a new client today: 15yr Female musician (singer & guitarist) who has been diagnosed with Kyphosis, Scoliosis and pronounced anterior pelvic tilt. She has been in a brace for 8 months, during which time the brace has really addressed the Kyphosis very well but the anterior pelvic tilt is very pronounced. Her specialist has asked her to strengthen her "core" between now and next appointment in November. In November he will assess her and hopefully remove the need for the brace. During this time, I will be working with her 2 x 30min /week to improve strength to increase her time outside of the brace (as she tires very quickly after 1 hr with out the brace). During her music rehearsals and gigs, she alters from seated to standing depending on level of tiredness. The specialist gave her a few basic exercises (without demonstration!) to practice twice a week (eg quadrupeds, hip flexor & quad stretches, supine TVA activation with leg ext, glute bridge, planks - front and side, reverse crunch, v-sit (!!??), seated row with theraband, 4 point trunk ext / flex (cat & cow), child pose & seated ext leg forward bend)...to me it seems the pelvic tilt is not addressed. I am para natal pilates trained, have trained core conditioning for swim squads (many with kyphosis) so have had a little experience in spinal stability, strength and core control...In looking at this new client, I had thought to commence with standing pelvic tilts progressing to seated stabi

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Stefania Gudino | Nutrition | 29 May 2017

Hi all! Does anyone know a nutrtionist who would be interested in working with me on a project? Also , i know you can buy a protein supplement and you can put your brand on it. Can anyone tell me where to get this done ? Thank you ! Stef

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