Sidelying Rotation


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Jeremy Klinkhamer

4 Responses to “Sidelying Rotation”

  1. June 30, 2016

    Dan

    For some weird reason, I’m being told that I do not have access to this tip, or that it has expired. Is it just me or is your software having problems again?

    Dan

  2. June 30, 2016

    johnhoyle

    GREETINGS COACH In two months I will be 70.Would the first “sidelying be better for someone my age,i am pretty flexable, or try the second to see how it feels?I don’t want to be trying to do something just to show myself that I still can and do damage. THANKS

    • Greetings Student! Good question. I’m glad you’re asking this because everyone should have some kind of concern whether an exercise is correct for them or not. Based on the important, but limited, info you gave me I’m thinking you could do either. Interestingly enough, I’m leaning towards the second one using the ball. Because you’re already flexible, as you say, the pressure on the ball will tend to make you work harder with stabilization which is typically what a person blessed with natural flexibility needs to concentrate on. Just start very slow and add intensity as tolerated. It’s a feel good move so keep that in mind.
      Jeremy Klinkhamer, PT

  3. August 31, 2016

    KathyMedlar

    Great instructions…simple and easy to understand…

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