Posts Tagged with "SI joint dysfunction"
Rotation Helps Improve SI Joint Pain: A Doctor Even Says So!
Today’s guest post comes courtesy of Dr. Erika Mundinger, who’s presentation on how to deal with SI joint pain (specifically how ROTATION can help!) at The Fitness Summit a few weeks ago really impressed me. I asked if she’d be willing to help me out while I was away, and she was more than happy… Read more
Exercises You Should Be Doing: Rotational Deadlift
Anyone who’s ever dealt with Sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction or pain knows how much of a soul suck it can be. It’s something that’s very common, but altogether mysterious because it’s such a tricky joint to begin with. This isn’t going to be a post on SI joint dysfunction. There’s really nothing I can say… Read more
Managing Laxity in Lifters and Athletes – Part 2
Note from TG: Continuing on from yesterday’s post, today in part deux strength coach Joe Giandanato takes the reigns and talks about his own battles with laxity and how’s he’s been able to manage his symptoms and pain through dedicated strength training as well as some attention to detail with other things. For those looking… Read more