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Half Kneeling Leverbell Chop

Half Kneeling Leverbell Chop The hip joints and lumbar spine work as teammates to create pain free and efficient movement.  When we run, jump, swing, and throw, the hip must move and the lumbar spine stays stable.  Most of us need more hip mobility and greater lumbar spine stability.  An activity that delivers both of these traits is the half kneeling leverbell chop. Leverbell is the new, and better name, for a mace.  It is a metal bar with a heavy ball on one end.  The offset load of the leverbell produces a dynamic resistance that makes it an effective tool for stabilization training.  Read this article and watch the video. Set up in a genuflexion position with the right…

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June 2016 Newsletter

The June newsletter brings information on side planks and bird dog exercises for core stability.  Watch the video for demonstration of the exercises given.  Mike O'Hara gives some practical advice on preventing falls in his article, Fall Recall. Read one person's story about his transition from physical therapy patient to gym member, and be sure to check out sled rowing. Download Here

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