Yes, leaving my job two years ago as a manager and going out on my own.
I am thrilled, fulfilled, working less hours, with less stress and no hassles.
I truly love what I do, whereas for many years I dreaded going to work.
I don't think I'm qualified to teach this concept per se, however, as I develop personal training relationships, a natural evolution occurs when I find myself acknowledging my client as a whole being by pointing out emotional factors when necessary.
Going to IDEA conventions, staying current with CECs particularly with those pertaining to your interests, consulting with a doctor or prenatal nurse and following the guidelines of your primary care Obgyn.
He really needs to get totally assessed and checked out by an orthopedic who can determine the root of the imbalance.
It's important to rule out anything else that could be going on and to not automatically assume it's his hip.
It's very difficult to give corrective exercises to a person without...
My first response is to make sure you fit the bike and you are aware of your posture.
Anything that requires total flexion with compression can cause discomfort.
I agree with LaRue and Karin, good advice.