STANDING WALL BY INTENTIONAL MOVEMENT

STANDING WALL BY INTENTIONAL MOVEMENT

Protocols to support the Intentional Movement Series.

Front Facing and Back Facing Protocols.

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STANDING WALL BY INTENTIONAL MOVEMENT
  • Standing Wall Protocol Front Facing

    Standing wall protocol

    Front Facing
    Feet approximately 1’ away from the wall with knees slightly bent, with feet planted hip width apart.
    Entire low back/ lumbar is “flush” against the wall by maintaining a posterior pelvic tilt. This is largely the role of the transverse abdominis (TVA/ deep co...

  • Standing Wall Protocol Back

    Back Facing
    Stand facing the wall. At times an arms length away (ex: squats & calf raises), and at times toes a couple inches away from the wall with the standing foot up on a block (ex: Standing straight-leg glute raise, and Butt kickers)