Postural Therapy Condition #3

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This routine is for those who have a posterior pelvic tilt, and flattened S-curve in the lower back. Some women who complain about having a flat butt and not being able to lift the glutes into a round shape, might be those suffering from this postural deviation. This routine will help you to put your hips into the neutral position and fix all the muscle imbalances you might have. The key is to do this routine as often as... [more]

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24 comments on “Postural Therapy Condition #3”

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    Private  |  Jura, France

    when is best timing for postural therapy? right before or after a workout? or far-away from a workout? thanks

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      Private  |  Hailey, ID

      Hi Laila,
      I’ve heard her tell us to do it as often as we hurt.. like in her 1st PT video. She said she did certain moves hourly to relieve pain.
      For me, as soon as I wake up, I take 1 -10 minutes to stretch and align and boy does it help! Or,after working out, and or before bed. The best time is when there’s pain because i really do feel relief with these routines. I’m sure you have had the same experience. 😊

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        Private  |  Jura, France

        when I started my customized program, I was on vacation and it took me 1hr at start. I would do it 1x or 2x a day. I would love to do it before and after a workout, but lack time. Also upon waking up, I feel too stiff so I would need an hour too. After workout, or during day when I am warmed-up, it takes me 30 min. I like to do myofascial release beforehand.

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          Private  |  Hailey, ID

          That totally makes sense – I know how hard it is to find time!
          For me – even just 2 minutes, as soon as I get out of bed, helps me get the “stiff” out. I do that L-shape reach as I stand in front of my dresser or kitchen counter. I just get into a perfect L shape and let my head hang between my arms. That has been super helpful for me – just that one move! And if I have 20 minutes, I do the supine move, where we put one leg in a 90-degree angle on a coffee table, and the other is extended and supported with a kb. That move, hands-down, is one of the best for me. Also that frog move – laying on the back, knees bent to let legs splay out with feet together – that one is super, too.

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            Private  |  Jura, France

            My game-changer is static back press with feet on the wall and yoga-block between thighs, then move with arms (like OH reach). However it is difficult to do it when at work. The counter stretch is OK, but I am not always sure if it feels tensed because I am stiff or because I am forcing into an impingement of shoulder, so I remain cautious on this one. I used to sleep in frog position, but realize it is not helping since I am condition 2.
            you know that feeling when it is good when it hurts, well…I got lost into that feeling/sensation. So I stick to my program and myofascial release. I am also stepping back for kinesiological stretching a little as not 100% confident I do the right things to help fix my condition.
            I am eagerly waiting for my bulletproof collagen as I really hope it will help my joints and skin from the inside.

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              Private  |  Hailey, ID

              What’s the bulletproof collagen thatbyiu use? I forget to use that!

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                Private  |  Jura, France

                I bought the actual brand Bulletproof, they sell pasture-raised collagen. In Europe I could get in on Amazon, but in US you can have in directly from their website.btw I received it today

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      I want to know the answer for that, too !!!! I just finished the Postural Therapy and wanted to continue with Jump Rope Practice & Handstand Practice, but I don’t know if doing the workouts in this order is right ! ‘sides, I feel too relaxed to start jumping haha

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    Hi Zuzka, it was an amazing routine! Thank you! xoxo

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    Private  |  EAST FREETOWN, Massachusetts, United States

    This was nice today

    Thank you!!

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    I really enjoyed this Zuzka! NIce to take the time to take care of my body. Happy Day!

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    Hi Zuzka,

    Should we stick with pt routine that corresponds to our “condition”? Or is it beneficial to cycle through them all? Thanks!

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      Private  |  Hailey, ID

      Hi Sherri,
      My personal needs and experiences, like Z’s and your own, will differ from everyone, but I like doing all of them. I vary them through the week and it helps me a lot. Another fav move is the foot flexers and rotations. Also the “Gravity drop x 3 min” in the Condition 2 video.

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      Hi Zuzka! I have the same type of question. I am not so sure what type am I. I think it is more the first one, but it can be possible the third one too. I just don’t feel what direction my hips go… down or up, I feel they are more or less straight (I can be wrong). However I do have a bit of shoulder curve. Would it be helpful alternating the first and the third condition therapy? Or you should know for sure what is your condition and stick to the therapy of your condition?

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    Private  |  Toronto, Canada

    This was amazing Zuzka 🙂 feels so great, thank u

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    wow! these simple postural therapy workouts are great! Thanks for being so innovative in your series offered!

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    Private  |  Mza, Argentina

    I have a question to anyone who did the 30 days 100 KB challenge. Did it work?? Do tou see any difference? I want to do it for the summer (south hemisfere) and I wonder if it is worth trying. Zu, did you do it after all?? Did it make any difference for you?
    kisses

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      Private  |  Hailey, ID

      Hi Stephanie
      I didn’t do that challenge, exactly.. but I have made a conscious effort in just the past 3 days (to 7 days) to do a lot more squats, dead-lifts and other bumm moves throughout my day. Thus, when my day is through, I can feel it and I have noticed a difference in my back and hips having less pain.. sore muscles, but less ‘pain’ in my joints.. hmmm .. 🙂

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    Private  |  Mza, Argentina

    I forgot to tell that today is our 3rd anniversary, Zu!! I don´t write so much but today is a very important day for me: 3 years since I met you. You really change my mind, my body and my life perspectives. You pulled me out from the depth of a terrible (emotional) pain I was suffering. Just Thank you! 🙂

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    A+ for this workout

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