I have a client who is very bowed legged and would like for me to design a fitness program for her. She does not currently have pain in the knees, but I am concerned that a general fitness plan may cause issues in future because of her bowed legs. I conducted a movement assessment with her and it was just her lower body that had issues (only the bowed legs and excessive forward lean). How would you treat this situation without exacerbating her issue? Exercises and suggestions are appreciated. Thank you!
I see you have your CES through NASM. So do I. You should have a template for how to handle a client with an excessive forward lean. I would start off by taking your client through the exercise program outlined with that template.
You work in DC. I work at the Army Navy Country Club just across the river from you in Arlington. Give me a call at 703-521-6800 if you wold like to talk about how to help your client. I am happy to help you.