Ex body builder, now anatomy geek!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Susan has previously competed in body building and now works as a PT & Pilates teacher ..read more
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Sports therapy, biomechanics & managing several clinics!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Natalie is also a sport therapist who runs several clinics with a fast growing team and also a Master Trainer of the Intrinsic Biomechanics programmes ..read more
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She found her passion in learning movement, now she teaches others how easy it can be!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Rachel speaks to Biomechanics Coach & fellow running fan, Jo about all things learning movement related ..read more
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Half a century in age means nothing to a FABulous pocket rocket!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Rachel speaks to FABulous Biomechanics Coach Mairi Taylor who’s a fellow 50 something unafraid to speak her mind but oozes positivity with realism ..read more
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Hungry for more knowledge he embarked on a journey that seems it wont end.....
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Rachel speaks to Biomechanics Coach Stevie Barr who become so passionate about human movement and anatomy ..read more
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Looking for a great answer? - learn how to ask a great question!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
This is the first in a weekly live Q&A session that Rachel offered to any practitioner in the health, fitness, movement & therapy industries during lockdown. The intention has been to offer as much support as possible through facilitated professional discussion around the most common questions about movement and exercise.  Includes  Knee Crepitus Maintaining muscle in the absence of heavy gym weights Best exercise to strengthen TFL? How multifidus works with the psoas. Foot mechanics relating to common hip problems Sciatica & mild carpel tunnel The Ulnar nerve ..read more
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We discuss shoulder/neck trauma, whiplash, neck strength, muscle inhibition & improving calf muscles
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Another jam packed live Biomechanics Q&A with subjects that could offer insights in your own experience ..read more
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5 Reasons Why Strength Work Is NOT The Solution For Weak Glutes !
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Look, this idea of ‘weak glutes’ may not be what you think it is, nor half the industry for that matter, so let me offer you a Master Class in solutions for what you may THINK are weak glutes in your client's or even yourself! What happens when the strength training doesn't work? If an intervention doesn't work well that's a good indicator that it ain't the solution! There are a number of reasons and this Master Class is going to share those reasons AND offer solutions to this false phenomena everyone is calling WEAK GLUTES! Highlights…. We will look at the anatomy of the glutes and what each ..read more
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An osteopaths views on movement coaching & education..
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Rachel speaks to Biomechanics Coach & Osteopath, Mike Grice of Movement Therapy Clinics & Education. Having worked together closely over the last decade they have huge respect for each others commitment to their learner’s education experience, their content quality and the high standards within their academy’s ..read more
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A mother of 2's journey to becoming a lover of anatomy & movement!
Intrinsic Biomechanics, Movement & Exercise
by Rachel Frances Thomson
1y ago
Rachel speaks to Biomechanics Coach, Katy Stokes, about her learning journey that is still on going ..read more
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