Do you struggle getting your pre/postnatal clients to understand shoulder stabilisation when performing hands and knees exercises in your classes?
Do you find yourself having to get ‘hands-on’ quite frequently to ‘hold’ their shoulders down, away from their ears when they do a simple ‘arm float’ to the front, or ‘opposite arm to leg’ movement from quadruped?
I’ve worked with over 1,000 pregnant and postnatal women, so let me share a very quick, simple, effective tip to help you:
a) keep your clients’ shoulders in the right position, and
b) aid your clients’ understanding of what the shoulders should fell like to be in the correct alignment
Watch this short 3 minute video I shot live on my Facebook Page, where I share one very tiny modification you can use which will assist you with both elements mentioned above.