This is an oldie but such a goodie!!! A little sequence to get those toes and ankles moving. 💫 do what you can, breathe the whole time. 💫 use your hands to help steady you as you move through the sequence if needed .
💫 thank me later 😁
For all my friends who have #knee and #hips issues, start at your foundational base, #ankles#Love#collagenbabe#ShiatsuTherapist1997
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The tarsal tunnel on the medial side of the ankle is similar to the carpal tunnel in the wrist. Both have tendons, a nerve, and an artery passing through them. The tarsal tunnel (TT) has the tibial nerve and artery, plus 3 tendons, the "Tom", "Dick", and "Harry". Tom is the tibialis posterior, Dick is the flexor digitorum longus, and Harry is the flexor hallucis longus. If any or all of these become inflamed, they can impinge the tibial nerve in the tunnel causing tingling, numbing, and pain in the foot. But why do they become inflamed? These muscles all help with plantar flexion, and are a part of the posterior kinetic chain, so an under working larger muscle in that chain might cause one or more of them to compensate. For example, if the gluteus maximus is under active it is not uncommon to see extra ankle plantar flexion to make up for it. Done over and over the brain accustoms itself to that pattern, and stores it as normal. Then over time the tendons overwork and become inflamed. Rather than treat the tarsal tunnel only, NKT would find why those tendons are overworking, and then release the over active ones followed by activating another under working muscle in that chain. #nkt#neurokinetictherapy#ankle#foot#tarsaltunnelsyndrome
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El año pasado tuve una lesión en el metatarso en donde otra persona me cayó encima del pie (el pie estaba apoyado con la parte dorsal y la planta hacia arriba), en el momento hubo un chasquido que indicaba posible rotura y la inflamación ocurrió casi al instante. Duré un total de 3 meses para retornar al deporte sin usar antiflamatorios (no digo que no se deba tomar), sin inmovilizar con férula o yeso, simplemente con el correcto cuidado, paciencia y siempre escuchando al cuerpo.
Cómo q todos nos sucede, me asustaba no recuperarme completamente, pues supuestamente el tobillo deja de ser lo que es luego de una lesión como esa. Sin embargo, llevo todo este año sin sentir ninguna molestia, ahora hago más deportes y tengo más control de mis tobillos.
No intenten nada sin estar completamente seguros o haber consultado antes con un profesional.
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--------------------NEW ARTICLE!!!! 15 Tips For Training Adolescent Athletes & Children----------
Here’s half of a 2 min video clip from latest article (see link in bio for full video) of a couple of my 12 year old ankle biters Ryan @ryanward3113 and Michael who I’ve been working with for several months to improve their athletic performance and body mechanics.
The topic of training children and adolescent athletes is always controversial as there is quite a bit of inconclusive and mixed data. Some literature suggests that certain forms of strength training could potentially harm a developing adolescent’s bone structure. However this has largely been debunked over the years provided smart and sound training protocols are implemented.
Other literature highlights in the importance of developing various biomotor capabilities early in the athlete’s training such as balance, stability, mobility, motor control, body alignment, symmetry, posture, and body awareness as these are key factors that not only improve overall athleticism but can also act to prevent injuries throughout the athlete’s career. This is even more pertinent given that fact that more and more adolescent athletes appear to be suffering from numerous forms of injuries and structural damage that up until recently had predominately only been seen in more mature athletes.
In this article I highlight the various training methods I implement with my adolescent athletes based on experience as well as scientific literature. These are strategies I’ve successfully used not only to improve performance in these developing individuals but also to prevent injury.
With that said, here are my 15 most important pointers and tips for training adolescent athletes and children.
1.Start very basic and simple. As with most of my clients I recommend beginning with…… Read more at LINK IN BIO or copy paste https://www.advancedhumanperformance.com/blog/strength-training-adolescent-athletes-kids