Corrective Movement Strategy for Improving Gait, Part I: The Basics

by Evan Osar |   Date Released : 16 Aug 2011
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Audiences around the world have seen Dr. Evan Osar’s dynamic and original presentations. His passion for improving human movement and helping the fitness professionals think bigger about their role can be seen and felt in every course he teaches. His 20-year background in fitness and experience as a chiropractic physician provide a unique prospective for any audience. Dr. Osar has become known for taking challenging information and putting into useable information the fitness professional can apply immediately.
Dr. Osar is the author of The Corrective Exercise Approach to Common Hip and Shoulder Dysfunction, due to be released in the spring of 2012. He is a regular presenter at fitness conventions and the developer of the Integrative Movement Specialist™ certification.

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Woodard, Matt | 23 Feb 2012, 21:08 PM

This was clear and concise information, thank you. Great work! I am looking forward to reading part 2. I am hoping you will apply the assessments to the "why" we are created this way.

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Sinitiere, Nick | 18 Aug 2011, 16:26 PM

Evan (and Steven), Excellent article, you guys do an excellent job of clearly and concisely packaging gait biomechanics. One thing I would have liked to see you guys touch on (and this may be a naive statement as you may cover this in subsequent parts to this article) is WHY exactly do we move the way that we move. In my opinion, the most effecient and beneficial way to look at biomechanics is from a developmental perspective. Why did we evolve to move the way that we did? What particular movements or phases of our gait pattern are most important for survival and procreation, as these are the driving forces of natural selection. They may not be as important in our current environment for literal survival, but as far as the body is concerned, they are indeed. Again, great article, I really loved it...looking forward to the next installment.

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