And you can definitely get great results (and I’m sure you are!) with 5 out of those 7 movement patterns.
But what happens when your client starts to experience lower back pain?
Or what do you do when your athlete’s performance hits a plateau and no matter how much you switch things up, they just can’t get better?
At this point, as most practitioners do, you begin to look outside the body for answers…
Maybe you begin to explore their mental-emotional bodies and find imbalances, in which case you offer zone exercises or tai-chi.
Maybe you begin to prescribe supplements, more rest, the use of saunas or ice baths, certain workout gear, visits to a chiropractor’s etc. all in the hopes to alleviate pain and improve performance.
Now, all of these tools could bring on some great results. But, what if in the long-term they pan out to be not enough?
What do you do then?
With all that I know after seeing literally hundreds of clients, I would recommend you start to get familiar with their feet.
Yes, their feet!