My first full length instructional video! How to correct lower back and hip imbalance

Here is a full length feature on how I apply my method towards bringing functionality back to the human body, specifically in the lumbo-pelvic region. Since everything I do in my method has an intention, it is important to know that intentional to really be able to get the results you desire. Lumbo-Pelvic imbalance is at the root to most people’s physical pain, as it is the fulcrum to much of the body’s movement. In this video, I cover the entirety of what it takes to bring the pivotal region of the body back into a steady structurally strong foundation.

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9 Comments

  1. Kemo Marriott March 29, 2012 at 12:35 am - Reply

    Just downloading now! Excited to learn some more stuff. How many more do you have planned?

    • Naudi March 29, 2012 at 6:07 am - Reply

      around 6 more I think. the next one will be on breathing and how to do it effectively, one of the most important aspects of training I can teach.

      • Kemo Marriott March 29, 2012 at 7:00 am - Reply

        Coincidentally i just wrote a 2 part blog post on the very same thing! I’ve also been speaking to some Yoga teachers in the UK about the same topic amongst other bits of research. Not releasing it yet though as I’m in the process of rebranding etc….

        I watched the video this morning! excellent work man, very well explained as always and some great lines that made me and my housemate chuckle. Will be giving it a bit more attention this weekend.
        Cheers

        Kemo

        • Naudi March 29, 2012 at 11:28 am - Reply

          Thanks Kemo, I’m thoroughly happy you you’re pleased with the content 🙂

  2. Bart March 29, 2012 at 9:23 am - Reply

    That was very good for being your first time! Are you a physical therapist or personal trainer?

    • Naudi March 29, 2012 at 11:29 am - Reply

      Thank you sir 🙂 I am a Holistic Movement Practitioner.

  3. Kemo Marriott March 30, 2012 at 1:58 am - Reply

    Naudi,

    Would you have someone do this until your happy that their imbalances are corrected before you get them going through movement patterns/exercisisng, or are there some basic exercises that you would allow clients to execute i.e the more basic movement patterns you begin with such as one arm punch, one arm down, pendulum squats?

    Also how long should each of myofascial release/stretch/corrective exercise session last? I started doing just one of my hip flexors last night and know that a lot more releasing needs to be done, so I didn’t even progress to the next exercises. Should I have done?

    Kemo

    • Naudi March 30, 2012 at 9:18 am - Reply

      Personally, I don’t have people do almost anything until these basic imbalances are corrected. As soon as you put these foundations into a proper place, you’ll notice an exponential rate of improvement in your bodies’ capabilities to perform on many playing fields. You have to be as patient as possible with this stuff and do it on a regular basis. If I was you, I would stick to the MFR and stretching, by itself, for a few weeks just to ensure you have the proper ability to do the corrective exercises properly. Thanks for checking it out and let me know if you have any further questions, your feedback is always welcome :^)

  4. Natalia September 18, 2018 at 2:38 am - Reply

    Hi Naudi,

    Our son is 5 and muscle stretching is quite important for him as he has Duchenne muscular dystrophy.

    DMD is caused by changes (mutations) of the DMD gene on the X chromosome. The gene regulates the production of a protein called dystrophin that is found in association with the inner side of the membrane of skeletal and cardiac muscle cells. Dystrophin is thought to play an important role in maintaining the membrane (sarcolemma) of muscle cells. So pressing the muscles is not quite recommendable.

    I know it is too match to ask due to the specific situation of our son, but can you recommend something for him – how to do his stretches? I’ll be glad to purchase any educational material you can offer – your book or specific videos. Just want to make sure they will be applicable to his condition.

    Great many thanks and kindest regards from Bulgaria (Eastern Europe),
    Natalia

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