Body of Knowledge™: Bone Rhythms, Part 1 | Episode 1

This is the first Body of Knowledge™ video blog about bone rhythms of the thigh, pelvis and low back. In this video we take a look at a squat and fetal position to understand femoropelvic and lumbopelvic rhythms. Bone rhythms (or coupled movements) are great to know about for anticipating how some patterns of human movement need to be reorganized in scenarios like the squat as well as many of the forward bends practiced in yoga. Learn when and why it’s best to uncouple femorpelvic and lumbopelvic rhythms – specifically when the low back would benefit from greater support from the muscles of the hips.

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