Posts Tagged "sides"

Quick Tip: Keeping the Thoracic Spine Loose

Posted by on Apr 23, 2014 in Stretches

Quick Tip: Keeping the Thoracic Spine Loose

It’s time to let loose! If you’re anything like me, mid-week stress can have you feeling a little stiff. Don’t let that manifest into bigger problems. Instead take the advice of Psoas therapist, Ryan Saldivar, as he guides you through this week’s Quick Tip on loosening the Thoracic Spine. Trust me, after this one you’ll be ready to take on the rest of the week, plus the weekend! Keeping the Thoracic Spine Flexible This is the type of exercise that will be helpful for just about anyone. Our spines can get stiff and static as we age, and when it’s not used...

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Quick Tip: AIS Side Stretch @ Planet Granite

Posted by on Mar 10, 2014 in Stretches

Quick Tip: AIS Side Stretch @ Planet Granite

Psoas is excited to be teaming up with rock climbing gym Planet Granite. This week’s Quick Tip was filmed at Planet Granite and is part one of three that aims to give rock climbers (although these are good for everyone,) a few exercises to improve your performance. Also, we’re excited to let you know that we will be at Planet Granite SF on Thursday, 3/13 to do some free quick sessions and assessments to anyone attending their Singles and Swingers event. Check it out at the end of the post! Who needs this exercise? The climber looking to grab the hold just out of reach....

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Quick Tip: Around the World Stretch

Posted by on Feb 19, 2014 in Stretches

Quick Tip: Around the World Stretch

Feeling adventurous? Spring and summer are right around the corner, and you know what that means. Hiking, swimming, biking, roller blading, and all the other great activities that awesome weather provokes, are coming soon! Psoas wants to help you make sure you’re limber and ready for all the fun. You can start by doing the Around the World in 5 minutes stretches, and see how you feel. We think you’ll feel great! Please Read: It is very important that one understands two simple concepts when doing Active Isolated Stretching (AIS). Please view this video before trying this stretch....

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