Corrective Exercise - Part 2: The Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Girdle

by Justin Price |   Date Released : 17 Jul 2008
Justin Price

About the author: Justin Price

Justin Price is the creator of The BioMechanics Method® which provides corrective exercise education and certifications for fitness professionals (available through PTontheNet).  His techniques are used in over 40 countries by Specialists trained in his unique pain-relief methods and have been featured in Time magazine, Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, LA Times, Men’s Health, Arthritis Today, and on Web MD, BBC and Discovery Health. He is also an IDEA International Personal Trainer of the Year, their National Spokesperson for chronic pain, subject matter expert on corrective exercise for the American Council on Exercise, TRX and BOSU, former Director of Content for PTontheNet and founding author of PTA Global.

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Godwin, Tom | 11 Apr 2013, 12:27 PM

Great article, really enjoyed it!

TOM

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Flamini, Chris | 11 Nov 2010, 21:19 PM

Figure 7 really needs to show how to "roll the foot out and raise the arch". This can be interpreted at least 2 ways before finding balance standing on 1 foot's medial or lateral edge. I am feeling the glutes pull the upper and lower leg whether I pronate or supinate my ankle. I find that rotating out the femur happens with balancing on the lateral edge of 1 foot, yet rolling the foot out and raising the arch happens either direction. It could be interpreted quicker just saying top or bottom of the foot rolling out.
The picture is useless looking like a simple1 leg balance exercise.

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