Part 2 of Your Hip and Low Back Movement Program

Here’s a quick follow-up on your hip and low back movement program. This is a great way to perform a pre or post movement combination. Take two or three of the sequence and put them together, and you’ll have a solid piece to put into your current workout routine. Part 2: Mobility Sequence for Spine and Hip from ALFONSO GARCIA …

A Back and Hip Movement Sequence for You

Mobility Sequence for Your Low Back and Upper Back Part 1 from ALFONSO GARCIA on Vimeo. For many of our clients, time to get in our workouts is priority. I can completely relate to this as we are all busy with life. So, we don’t want to spend another hour of mobility. Being specific to what you need is so …

What to do for Elbow Issues: Part 2

How to Improve That Chronic Elbow Tendonitis: Part II from ALFONSO GARCIA on Vimeo. As discussed in the previous video, getting past elbow related issues can be frustrating. Here’s a quick video demonstration on improving elbow joint mechanics. As always, the better the joint moves, the less irritation to the structures around it.

Quick Guide for Elbow Related Problems: Part 1

Elbow issues such as chronic tendonitis can be a nagging problem. They are extremely difficult to treat. Here’s a quick video for addressing end-range movement at the elbow. By improving end-ROM, stress can be reduced at the joint. Banded Mobility for Helping with Tennis Elbow!! from ALFONSO GARCIA on Vimeo.

The truth about your Shoulder Pain.

Why do you continue to have that stabbing pain behind your shoulder region? This is a question that we receive on almost a daily occurrence? Most people will point to their shoulder blade area. It is very specific region just medial to the top of the shoulder blade area and between the spine. Most of our clients will describe this …

Are You Still Having Back Pain After Surgery?

The question above, is one that we are asked at least once a day? To be honest, it is a difficult question to answer. So, I wanted to shed a little bit of light on the subject. First and foremost, in no way am I saying there was something wrong withyour surgery! However, what we most often find is that …