by Josh Rubin
We know that it is important to have good posture, but do you really know how to identify "good" versus "bad" posture? Why is posture such an important issue? How does it affect us and our clients, both in and out of the gym? What can we do to improve our clients' postures? This video will explore the intricacies of posture and assessment by answering these questions and more. Learn when to refer out and what techniques you can employ to help bring your clients back to a state of optimal static and dynamic posture.
By Josh Rubin, C.H.E.K Institute
Joshua Rubin is the owner and founder of EastWest Healing and Performance. Joshua uses Eastern and Western approaches to coach, treat and educate clients and students on corrective exercise techniques, holistic nutrition and lifestyle coaching. He is an international consultant and mentor, professional speaker and author for local newspapers and golf magazines. Joshua is also a regular author for Personal Training on the Net and serves on their research team. Certifications: NASM and NSCA ... read more.