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Posted on 06-03-2015
Function with Functional Movement
Dysfunctional movement may result in increased risk of injury during sports, work, and everyday life. The human body is built for pushing, pulling, squatting, walking, lunging, and bending. These are functional movements and require the coordination of specific muscle patterns to perform them safely. Whether we are playing with our kids, working at a desk, or walking up the stairs, it is important to understand and maintain proper body functioning. Some conditions may develop from compensatory patterns including:
Be sure to wear athletic clothing for this hands on class. Walk away with a better understanding of how active stretching, foam rolling, and theracane techniques can improve our bodies function on a daily basis.
Please call Linh at (650) 574-1456 to RSVP
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