How To Fix An Arched Back (Hyperlordosis)

The blog post covers the best exercises and strategies to fix the excessive arch in your lower back (Hyperlordosis). What is Hyperlordosis? Hyperlordosis refers to the excessive arch in the lower back. (It involves hyper extension of the Lumbar Spine.) In This Blog Post: causes There are several factors that can lead to the development … Read more

How To Fix Posterior Pelvic Tilt

What is a Posterior pelvic tilt? A Posterior Pelvic Tilt is where the pelvis is rotated backwards from the ideal neutral position. (This pelvis position can be described as having a “tucked tail bone”.) Additionally – There is a loss of the natural curve in the lower back (Hypolordosis). In This Blog Post: Is A … Read more

How To Fix Rhomboid Muscle Pain

This blog post will go through every exercise that will help address your Rhomboid muscle pain. What is Rhomboid Muscle Pain? Rhomboid muscle pain is experienced as a pain between the shoulder blade and spine. It is generally due to a strain, spasm or muscle knot in the Rhomboid muscle. (Also referred to as: Shoulder … Read more

How To Fix High Arches In Feet

What are high arches in the feet? A high arch in the foot is characterized by having a more pronounced curve in the medial arch of the foot. As a result – there is a large gap between the bottom of the foot arch and the floor when standing. (Also referred to as: Oversupination, Pes … Read more

How To Fix Anterior Pelvic Tilt

What is Anterior Pelvic Tilt? The Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) is where the pelvis is in a forward rotated position. Characteristics: Table Of Contents Is Anterior Pelvic Tilt bad? Having an anterior tilt of the pelvis is not inherently dangerous, however, it could be one factor that may have some influence on issues that you … Read more

Exercises To Improve Ankle Dorsiflexion

Do you have TIGHT ANKLES? This blog post is for you! What is Ankle Dorsiflexion? Ankle Dorsiflexion is the movement where the ankle (Talocrural joint) is bent in a backwards direction. This blog post covers: Why do you need Ankle Dorsiflexion? Having full ankle dorsiflexion is ESSENTIAL¬†for optimal movement of the lower limb (‚Ķ especially … Read more

How To Fix Flared Ribs

What are Flared Ribs? If you are wondering “Why do my ribs stick out?”, it is likely that you have Flared Ribs! Flared Ribs is where the lower portion at the front of your rib cage protrudes forwards and outwards. Flared Ribs Vs Normal In the ideal position – The rib cage should directly align … Read more

How To Fix Rounded Shoulders

What are Rounded shoulders? Having Rounded shoulders is when the resting shoulder position is in front of the mid line of the torso. This type of poor posture generally involves the shoulder blade being in a position of Protraction which involves a combination of Lateral glide/Anterior tilt/Internal rotation of the scapula. In this blog post: What … Read more

Exercises To Improve Hip External Rotation

Hip External Rotation is the movement where the upper leg bone (Femur) rotates outwards within the hip socket. It is important to have full external rotation in the hip to allow for optimal movement. This blog post offers a complete guide on how to increase the amount of external rotation in the hip. Hip External … Read more