Starting another week and implementing the new evaluation techniques from this weekend course. Also working with some colleagues here to work on some posture exercises with the use of ELDOA techniques.
This is the final progression of the Global Eldoa position, which is similar to the common therapeutic exercise of “dead bug or dying bug”. Both positions target a neutral core. The main difference is that the dead bug are used to activate the anterior chain of the body (aka core), while the purpose of the Global Eldoa is to increase the tension on the posterior chain fascia, which will allow for maximum tension, which is required to attain changes to the fascia. Both exercises can be used to improve posture and the core strength necessary to maintain the static posture in dynamic situations.