Course curriculum

  • 1


    • Welcome!

    • Ways to get more

  • 2

    Orientation & Navigation

    • Orientation: Easy Access

    • Orientation: Navigating with the Sidebar

    • We're here for you!

  • 3


    • Getting Hip (s)

    • The Hip: A Joint. Movement In the Hip and Movement Of the Hip

    • Center and Hips: Skeleton Demonstration

    • The Legs Begin From the Hip Sockets, the Pelvis is the Base of the Spine

    • Hip impingement anatomy

    • Hip impingement demonstration

    • Locating deep hip flexors

    • Hip Flexion Muscles and Effects on Joint Stability

    • Finding Center

    • Slinky Hips

    • Controlling Pelvis from Hips or Torso, Exploration In Supine

    • Moving the Pelvis from the Torso and from the Hips in Standing

    • Tracking Hip Movement to Clarify Pelvis Rotation

    • Pelvic Clock

    • Turning the Pelvis

  • 4


    • Shoulder: What Bones Make Up the Shoulder?

    • Shoulder: Stability or Instability and Impingement of Rotator Cuff

    • Shoulder anatomy socket controlling ball

    • Shape of Arms: The Strength of a Circle

    • Arms Supported By Wide Shoulders

    • Wide, Stable Scapula

    • Scapula Circles

  • 5


    • The Spine and Discs are Springs by Design

  • 6

    Whole Body misc.

    • Basic Running Anatomy

    • Muscle, Tendon, Ligament and Cartilage

    • Muscle Tension Setpoint Explanation

    • Forces on the Leg = clock on a cylinder

  • 7

    Movement Patterns

    • What is a 'Neutral Spine' for floor exercises?

  • 8

    Foot and Ankle

    • Ankle anatomy: Importance of Talus Glide to Avoid Pinch