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This Relaxing Inner-Thigh Stretch Does Way More Than You Think

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  id you know that there’s a relationship between the soles of your feet, inner thighs and your pelvic floor? When your body is optimally aligned, this connection starts from the feet, flows seamlessly up through your body and helps to keep everything in working order. But, in our culture, we wear shoes and sit a lot starting when we’re …

3 Ways Your Shoes Messed Up Your Alignment and How to Repair It

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ooking back at my kids’ early physical development and knowing what I’ve learned since then about early-stage alignment, I would have changed everything about their shoes! My family humors me every day when I remind them to sit on their sitting bones, or ask them to walk instead of riding a bike. And when it comes to shoes, I am …

A Subtle Hip Flexor Stretch that Releases Hidden Tightness

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Your body adapts to the way you use it every day. For example, when you walk, your hip flexors stretch to one length and, when you sit, they become dramatically shorter. This flexibility according to need is very important. If you spend a lot of time sitting every day, your body eventually learns that you don’t need the hip flexor …

How to Maintain Knee, Ankle, Hip and Pelvic Floor Health with a Simple Squat

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Squatting multiple times daily is one of the best ways to maintain knee, ankle, hip and pelvic floor health while also keeping arthritis at bay. But in our Western culture, squatting is an ability many of us have lost because we’ve stopped going all the way to the ground and instead stop our range of motion at the height of …

An Easy Way to Strengthen Your Back

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Many back strengthening, or extension, exercises have you lie on your stomach and lift your upper body (or your legs, or both) off the ground. While these exercises can be effective for some people, it causes many, many others to sink into the low back, and bend in places that already bend too much, just to get their upper body off …

The Wall Pec Stretch For Your Mid-Back Connection

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The Wall Pec Stretch Today’s video kicks off a three-video series that is particularly close to my heart, or maybe I should say it’s close to my back. 😉 I’ll be showing you the key things you need to know about your mid-back connection and, if you study and learn everything I’m going to share with you, I have no doubt …