For over a decade now, corrective exercise has mostly consisted of a similar set of special exercises. However, with access to new information about how the body and brain works, is it possible that we may be able to add some new strategies? Examine the power of creating rhythmical motion and how rhythm can help produce intelligent motion that unlocks a neurophysiological cascade of self-correction. See how you can take any exercise and make it corrective.
By Rodney Corn, MA
Rodney Corn, is a co-founder of PTA Global, an educational company for fitness professionals. He holds a Master's degree in Biomechanics and is an adjunct faculty member at the California University of Pennsylvania and the University of San Francisco.