For over a decade now, corrective exercise has mostly consisted of a similar set of special exercises. However, with access to new information about how the body and brain works, is it possible that we may be able to add some new strategies? Examine the power of creating rhythmical motion and how rhythm can help produce intelligent motion that unlocks a neurophysiological cascade of self-correction. See how you can take any exercise and make it corrective.
By Rodney Corn, MA
- Define corrective exercise.
- Define rhythm and timing.
- Explain how these terms can be expanded to encompass a more holistic approach.
- Describe how different rhythms of the body can contribute to risk of injury or recovery.
- Demonstrate a few ways to enhance corrective strategies.
- Describe a proven system for gathering and applying all the information discussed.
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