The Ready State Virtual Mobility Coach is like having a virtual Kelly Starrett in your pocket.
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Also, would any videos/pics of movements be helpful or do u need hands on, live assessments?
I’m located in central illinois. I’ve recently seen a credible DC in STL although that’s quite a travel from where I live (2.5 hrs).He said my right SI is just completely locked and not moving in correlation with the left side so I’m doing clams right to get the stability better on the glute med. However, I’m a tad bit skeptical on how long they will keep me coming back altho i know these built up, insidious problems take time.I have some kind of pelvic obliquity going on no doubt and am seeing progress with the clams-much less medial knee during my gait. I’m trying to avoid any type of intense movement cuz I’ll be feeling it later that night.At this point, I’m willing to do quite a bit not only to fix myself, but help other wrecked people. WOuld anyone u reccomend a virt consult with Roop?Appreciate any advice, Thanks.
I live in Illinois. Couldn’t find an FMS screener close to where I live. I visited a notable chiropractor rehab guy who works with all the STL pro teams named Clayton Skaggs but only went once/twice because it was far too impressive. Thanks for the advice though I’ll look into those things03/26/2014 at 6:39 pm in reply to: Mobility consequences of basketball shoes that don’t flex #74394
After hearing about the negative consequences of wearing high heel shoes from KStarr,etc, I’ve always wondered what basketball players should do. Basically all of the players, including pro, wear these types of shoes. Do you know of any particular shoe for ball or have any other insights about this?