HOW: Start in a standing position.. Place your hands on a stick, shift your weight to one leg, and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then, rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do this going forwards and backwards...

The Pelvic Rotation Assessment is a good way to look at how well you move one area of your body, or dissociate one area of your body, without moving other areas of your body. To begin this assessment, get set up in a standing position with...

The Pelvic Tilt Assessment is a great way to look at dissociation of movement, or how well we are able to move one area of our body while keeping the other areas of our body stationary.    To begin this assessment, start in a standing position with...

HOW: Start in a standing position with your knees slightly bent and a small forward hip hinge. Place your hands on your hips and rotate your hips forwards creating an anterior pelvic tilt. Then rotate your hips backwards creating a posterior pelvic tilt. Do...

HOW: Begin in a standing position with your legs as wide you can spread them. Grab onto a light weight with both hands and hold it in front of your chests with your elbows bent. From here, shift your weight to one side as...

HOW: Start by lying on your back with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Extend your arms out and over your chest with your palms together. Push into the ground and lift your hips up as high as you can. From...

HOW: Get set up in a side plank position with your elbow on the ground straight down from your shoulder, forearm pointing straight out, and your top leg’s heel is in front of your bottom leg’s toes. Lift your hips off the ground creating...

HOW: Get in a seated position on the ground with one knee straight from your keeping your lower leg pointing in creating a 90 degree angle. Position your other knee out out to the side with your lower leg pointing straight back. From here,...

HOW: Begin in a standing position. In this example, the tempo relates to the time it takes to lower into a squat, hold the squat, come back up, and the time in between reps. 5-3-1-0 is used for this squat. Five seconds to bend...

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