Corrective Exercise #14-Supine Hip Rotations

I hope you enjoy the latest in my series of Corrective Exercises. Up until now, the exercises have been in written form with still photos to accompany them.

Corrective Exercise #14 has gone to video. We are currently working on a membership web site that will contain a tremendous amount of educational content similar to this. We want to get this content to as many professional as we can, so the membership fees will be very reasonable. Along with the membership, there will be monthly discounts on products and events.

Supine Hip Rotations look like a familiar ab exercise. Surprise! The ab work is down low on the application of this exercise.

The Hip Rotations is one of the many exercises presented in The Pain-Free Program: A Proven Method to Relieve Back, Neck, Shoulder and Joint Pain. As with so many of our corrective exercises, the Hip Rotations has a lot more going on than just the obvious.

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8 Responses to “Corrective Exercise #14-Supine Hip Rotations”

  1. catie says:

    Do you have a set of exercises for 50ish aged women?
    Thanks, CAtie

  2. nick says:

    Thanks Anthony,

    Very informative, technical yet easy to follow, and thorough as always!!! We appreciate your professionalism and dedication.


  3. Wendy says:

    Thanks, Anthony! Great exercise. Really appreciate the progressions.

  4. Kenneth says:

    Great job with this presentation! I thought I got a lot out of the Corrective Exercise Articles, but the video gives a more thorough explanation of the movement and proper technique. Looking forward to the next one. Thanks AC.

  5. Maizel says:

    This was indeed an awesome presentation. The book is great but the video brings the text to life. Could a yoga block be used instead of the special pillow? I would like to incorporate this into my functional integrated training class but providing such a pillow for each student is not possible. Yoga blocks are readily available. Can’t wait to hear about the membership website. Thank you for changing the way we look at exercise.I look forward to attending another one of your highly informative workshops.

  6. Hi Maizel

    Thank you for the comment. Glad you liked the presentation! A yoga block could work but it may be too narrow. It is better than nothing. What might work well (and cheap) are those balls for kids you get in the grocery store. The ones that usually come in a big cage. Very inexpensive too.

  7. Charlotte says:

    This takes me back to the seminar I took from you, it’s like having you in the room giving helpful advice! Thanks.

  8. Gayelynn says:

    Loved the video and your book. I’d like for you to speak a little more slowly. Otherwise, I can’t wait to see more. Count on me for a membership.

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