Nothing says Happy New Year like watching movies all day (we did Almost Famous and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty) and, of course, a good self test to check your hip, pelvis, and core stability 🙂
Since I’m still on the “transition with grace” theme, I thought I’d share a story about how a “transition” helped uncover a key link for a patient who came in this past Monday with painful hips.
Her hip muscle imbalance pattern was very common so I thought it might help a lot of other folks if I shared how we discovered one of the key dysfunctions by simply having her slow down through a transition during a self test.
If you fail this stability test, it can put you at higher risk of hip pain, back pain, knee pain, and sacroiliac. pain.
It’s a quickie and immediately useful and once again shows the importance of slowing movements down and mining the gold in the transitions from on support to another.
Enjoy and here’s to an awesome 2020!
P.S. We’ll be digging even deeper into the “bridge transition test” I share in this episode during the upcoming “Transition with Grace” FREE Online Workshop.
I can’t wait to share it with you.