That is the proprioception that I mention often.
Originally Posted by Dingo
I discussed this a while back on THIS thread. I suggested that doing the same exercise without restraint may work the core better than when doing it with restraint. Kevin understood the theory; you do too. Think "Free weights vs. machines." On some very specific exercises, isolating with machines and restraint may work better for some kids. For those that can isolate without restraint, we need precise EMG to decide; in the absence of that, I observe. Technique must be excellent. (We have not got excellent technique on ALL exercises yet; we will get excellent technique on all exercises.)
I wonder if what you're doing isn't so different from the MedX. The MedX isolates the paraspinals and works them. However you've found a way to isolate several different muscle groups and work them.
Discussions with AMom have helped me refine some exercises very well. Doesn't matter that we do things differently, the constructive discussions help. The week working with 3sisters and her daughter, and Tamzin, helped me a great deal on technique.
Last edited by TAMZTOM; 04-19-2012 at 06:30 AM.
07/11: (10yrs) T40, L39, pelvic tilt, rotation T15 & L11
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