Author Archives: Adrian Lee

Tennis Ball – Upper Back (Part 1)

How to perform this stretch: Start by placing the ball over either side of the spine to target the upper back muscles next to a wall (see diagrams and video if unsure) Get the feet in a stable position and slowly roll up and down in segments If you find a painful area, either stay…

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Home Exercise – Advanced Side Plank Variation (Part 4)

How to perform this exercise: Start on the floor – a mat may be required Option 1 – Ensure the elbow is under the shoulder Option 2 – Ensure the hand is under the shoulder Keep the toes up and legs straight Head following the moving hand Bring the top hand and foot together in…

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Treatment With Me – Whole Body Treatment

Some clients I see complain of pain all over the body! – Shoulders – Knee – Hip – Ankle – Back – etc This means more areas to be covered during treatment with me, but also a supportive step-by-step progression system of more exercises/stretches to be done outside of treatment too.

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Treatment With Me – Sciatica Pain

In my treatments I sometimes take photos to show my clients what I see. It’s a great way to help educate and make them aware of their posture. It also makes it clear what we want to achieve with the treatment, especially with the significance of the given stretches and exercises! Clients like to see…

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Home Exercise – Push Up Progression 2

How to perform this exercise: This may differ on which variation you choose: • Ensure the hands wide enough so that the hands, elbows and shoulders are in line with each other • Keep the chest up and shoulders back when performing • Start with smaller push ups but always look to go lower with…

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Home Exercise – Push Up Progression 1

The 2 things the body needs to either get out of pain or to prevent it is Mobility & Stability. Push up exercises focus more on the stability side, but they are great exercises for opening up the chest and the posture, if done correctly. Common mistakes include: Over arching the neck and lower back.…

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Client Review – Simon (South Ealing, UK)

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Home Exercise – Hamstring Exercise Combination

Here’s a few back-to-back combinations that really work the hamstrings! 1) Sprint Start Position – coming high and low with the body 2) Back Leg Forward and Back 3) Twisting with the arm and torso  

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Stretches – Hip Flexor Stretch for Golfers

How to perform this stretch: • You’ll need a stick to begin with. Any will do, even a broomstick! • Start by kneeling on the floor with one leg in front of the other so that you feel a slight stretch with the back leg • Optional: Use a pillow for the back knee •…

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Stretches – Hip Flexor Stretch

How to perform this stretch: • Start by kneeling on the floor with one leg in front of the other so that you feel a slight stretch with the back leg • Optional: Use a pillow for the back knee • Ensure that the heel doesn’t lift when you push the front knee forward Variations:…

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