How long should you hold a stretch? What's the correct amount of time to hold a stretch? Let's dig in. Some experts say 2 seconds, 15 seconds, 30 seconds, or 2 minutes is the right amount of time to hold a stretch. Who's right? What factors influence how long you should hold a stretch? Will holding a stretch too long hurt you or damage you permanently? This video covers the myths and the facts around stretching and how long you hold a stretch.
In this video, we're going to show you how to fix knee pain using the ATM method. This technique is a great way to relieve knee pain while you're kneeling, and it's easy to do.
Kneeling knee pain is a common problem, and it's easy to aggravate the injury further by doing nothing. In this video, we're going to show you how to use the ATM method to fix the knee pain and get you back on your feet as quickly as possible. Give this technique a try and see how it can help you relieve knee pain quickly and effectively!
If you can't sit with crossed legs (sometimes referred to as 'sitting indian style'), then this video is for you. You'll learn several exercises to improve hip mobility so you can sit with legs crossed. You'll stretch and strengthen your inner thigh muscles and outer hips. You'll also learn little stretches you can do throughout the day so you can gradually get better at sitting criss cross applesauce without hip or back pain.
If you're looking to strengthen your hip flexors safely, then you need to check out this video! In this tutorial, we'll talk about the importance of hip flexor strength, how to strengthen them safely, and some easy hip flexor exercise exercises you can do at home. If you're struggling with hip flexor issues, this video is for you! By following along with our instructions, you'll be able to strengthen your hip flexors safely and improve your hip flexibility in no time!
If you are thinking of using a walking stick or cane, it's important to remember not to rely on it TOO much. If you rely on your walker or cane, you will end up learning a muscle firing pattern that favors your obliques and shoulder muscles rather than your hip and leg muscles. This new firing pattern will make you RELY on your assistive device. If you want to maintain your mobility, use the cane, walker, or walking stick only as much as you REALLY need to AND make sure you focus on strengthening your legs and hips so you can maintain your physical independence.
Learn how to fix tight hamstrings and why common static stretching techniques don't work. Discover a few hacks to improve your hamstring flexibility and strength.
In this video you'll learn how to escape from your car. You'll learn beginner bodyweight exercises that will help you develop the strength and flexibility you need to get out of a car that's flooding with water. These beginner exercises will help you save your own life so you don't die in your car in heavy rains.
Does physical therapy work to fix hip labral tears? How effective is surgery for hip labral tears? This hip labrum tear research study claims that arthroscopic surgery is more effective for hip labrum tears than physical therapy, but the study is plagued with problems. It had a very high crossover rate, a terrible physical therapy protocol for hip pain, and massive problems with bias in how the study was constructed. Even so, the study still showed that surgery for hip labrum tears is largely ineffective.
In this video you'll learn four key tips that will improve your bowel movements. If you have watery poo, have trouble pooing (constipation), or you feel like it takes forever for you to poo, this video will help. If you want to make sure you don't hurt your body with long poos, this video will also help you maintain strength in your hips and abs!
Matt discusses Katy Bowman's Move Your DNA, flaccid fin syndrome, and the realities of modern life working at a computer all day.
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