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Through this course, we will take a research based approach to lower back pain relief. It is estimated that 80% of Americans will suffer from lower back pain. The primary cause of lower back pain is poor postural patterns caused by tight muscles. The Corrective Exercise approach to lower back pain is a Research based 3 Step system: Relax, Lengthen, and Strengthen.
The first stage is to relax tight muscles. In this video, we demonstrate how to use a technique called "Self Myo-fascial" release to relax muscles that are tight or "over active". We use specific tools to relieve the muscle tension such as tennis balls and a foam roll.
Once we relaxed the tight muscles aggravating the back, we move to the Lengthening stage. In this stage, we focus on specific stretches to target over active muscles. The stretches will lengthen the tight muscles to a proper length and tension.
Our final phase is to strengthen muscles that are too weak or "under active". In this phase we focus on strengthening all parts of the core and developing strength through the hips as well. We end with a functional and dynamic exercise to teach the body to move together with proper mechanics.
This video is based on Research and you will experience the results.
Thank you for your time and I hope to hear from you soon,
Matthew Tanoue CES, PES, cPT
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|Section 1: Relaxation: Muscle Inhibition Techniques|
Self Myo-Fascial Release: Lumbar and Thoracic SpinePreview
Foam Roll: Calves and Soleus
Foam Roll: Quadriceps
Foam Roll: Adductors
Foam Roll: Piriformis
Foam Roll: Ilio Tibial Band (IT Band) and Lateral Quadricep
Foam Roll: Thoracic Spine
Foam Roll: Pectoralis and Anterior Deltoid
Foam Roll: Latissimus Dorsi
|Section 2: Stretching: Muscle Lengthening Techniques|
Stretching: Single Knee to Chest Hip LengtheningPreview
Stretching: Piriformis Lengthening
Stretching: Erector Spinae Lengthening
Stretching: Hip Flexor Lengthening
Stretching: Hamstring Lengthening
|Section 3: Strengthen: Muscle Activation Techniques|
Floor Wipers: Transverse Abdominal StrengtheningPreview
Floor Marching: Saggital Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Strengthening
Floor Fall-outs: Frontal Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Strengthening
Floor Heel-Slides: Advanced Lumbo-Pelvic Hip Strengthening
Supermans: Posterior Chain StrengtheningPreview
Quadriped: Multifidus Strengthening
Bridges: Gluteal and Hamstring Strengthening
SL Bridges: Advanced Gluteal and Hamstring Strengthening
Floor Clams: Gluteus Medius StrengtheningPreview
Crab Walks to Squats: Functional Dynamic Strengthening
Matthew Tanoue graduated in Applied Exercise Science and is a Master Trainer who went on to achieve his specialties in Corrective Exercise and Performance Enhancement. Matthew worked in multiple Physical Therapy clinics where he is also contracted as a Human Ergonomic Specialist.
Matthew's unconventional and strictly Research Based methods produce phenomenal results. In his years of experience, Matthew coached multiple clients to place State, National, and World Records in power lifting.
Matthew Tanoue continues to pull from the latest research to develop the highest quality training programs which force the body to adapt. From sports performance and weight loss to injury prevention and pain management, the Research Based training approach continues to always prove successful.
"I hope to share my passion and knowledge with you. I am confident you will see the best Results in the least amount of time."
Matthew Tanoue CES, PES, cPT
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