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Cuing Good Neck Posture

I love talking about spines; it’s just a fascinating piece of machinery and I’m always trying to learn more about them. And when you consider the fact that 80% of the US population will suffer from low back in their lives (90% if we include neck pain), it’s no wonder people like reading about them!

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Q&A: Mike Reinold

If you see a baseball player (or any athlete really) that has one shoulder lower than the other, what are the possible consequences of putting the scalenes on the lower side under constant tension? Have you encountered neurological weakness from this posture do to scalene hypertrophy? What did you use as the “fix” to elevate […]

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