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I’m going to do the client spotlight thing. 
So proud of these two! They got started in September, and have been so consistent and an inspiration. I train Maggie, and she has osteoarthritis, yet still pushes herself. Over the past months everyone has gotten to know them and witness their life changing transformation. 👌👌
I’m going to do the client spotlight thing. So proud of these two! They got started in September, and have been so consistent and an inspiration. I train Maggie, and she has osteoarthritis, yet still pushes herself. Over the past months everyone has gotten to know them and witness their life changing transformation. 👌👌
Yes yes yes this was good
Yes yes yes this was good
Congrats to these beauties for graduating 🤩🤩
Congrats to these beauties for graduating 🤩🤩
As if it’s nothing! These guys are insane. Lol at this being only a 60 second world record  #ipfworlds2018 #ipfpowerlifting
#Repost @rehabscience with @get_repost
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💥EXERCISE AND AGING💥
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A great image from @physionetwork from a 2011 study (cited below) that demonstrates the power exercise has on preserving our muscle mass as we age.
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In these axial MRI views of the thigh (imagine cutting the thigh in half and looking at a cross-section), we can see the increased degree of adipose/fat and muscle atrophy in the sedentary man as compared to that of the triathlete of similar age.
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Pretty convincing evidence to maintain a regular exercise program throughout your lifespan!
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📚Wroblewski AP, et al. Chronic exercise preserves lean muscle mass in masters athletes. Phys Sportsmed. 2011.
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#RehabScience
#Repost  @rehabscience with @get_repost ・・・ 💥EXERCISE AND AGING💥 ——— A great image from @physionetwork from a 2011 study (cited below) that demonstrates the power exercise has on preserving our muscle mass as we age. - In these axial MRI views of the thigh (imagine cutting the thigh in half and looking at a cross-section), we can see the increased degree of adipose/fat and muscle atrophy in the sedentary man as compared to that of the triathlete of similar age. - Pretty convincing evidence to maintain a regular exercise program throughout your lifespan! •••••••••• 📚Wroblewski AP, et al. Chronic exercise preserves lean muscle mass in masters athletes. Phys Sportsmed. 2011. . #RehabScience 
We eat in alleys 🤷‍♀️
We eat in alleys 🤷‍♀️
We’re going to travel the 🌎
We’re going to travel the 🌎
Honestly please tag someone who is nice and why you appreciate them. Spread some positivity! 🌸
Honestly please tag someone who is nice and why you appreciate them. Spread some positivity! 🌸
Yeh I’m definitely relocating 💁🏼‍♀️
Yeh I’m definitely relocating 💁🏼‍♀️
Shitty shoulder session but at least it’s done 💁🏼‍♀️
Shitty shoulder session but at least it’s done 💁🏼‍♀️
#Repost @cbutlersportspt with @get_repost
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❗️Glutes❗️
The glute is made up of 3 muscles: glute maximus, medius, and minimus.
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The main action of the glute maximus is hip extension and external rotation.
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The glute medius acts as a hip abductor with anterior fibers assisting internal rotation while the posterior fibers aid in external rotation.
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The glute minimus is responsible for hip abduction and internal rotation.
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Weak glutes can cause low back/hip pain, iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and chronic ankle sprains.
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Full blog post at chrisbutlersportspt.com
🔗👉@cbutlersportspt
Written by Grant Uyemura, DPT
#Repost  @cbutlersportspt with @get_repost ・・・ ❗️Glutes❗️ The glute is made up of 3 muscles: glute maximus, medius, and minimus. • The main action of the glute maximus is hip extension and external rotation. • The glute medius acts as a hip abductor with anterior fibers assisting internal rotation while the posterior fibers aid in external rotation. • The glute minimus is responsible for hip abduction and internal rotation. • Weak glutes can cause low back/hip pain, iliotibial band syndrome, patellofemoral pain syndrome, and chronic ankle sprains. • Full blog post at chrisbutlersportspt.com 🔗👉@cbutlersportspt Written by Grant Uyemura, DPT