Barefoot Balance Training: Improve Posture and Build Strength with Barefoot Science
By: Dr. Emily Splichal DPM MS MPH NASM-CES NASM-PES NSCA-CPT
In closed chain kinematics the foot is the foundation to human movement. This means that any dysfunction in the foot must impact knee, hip and lower back alignment. Conversely, in open chain kinematics, hip strength controls knee and foot posture. Learn one of the most effective techniques for improving foot posture, controlling knee pain and strengthening the hip. After this course you will fully appreciate the power of barefoot work. Improve posture and build strength - with barefoot balance training.
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