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Alignment Insights By Carol Robbins

Lifestyle Tips for Twisting

My partner and I share a car. We park in a garage off a narrow lane and that requires backing up the lane and then turning the car, while backing up, and pulling a 90 degree turn into the garage without hitting a neighbour’s car, another neighbour’s fence or tree, the stuff in our garage or our Continue Reading...

Anatomy of a Twist

The core is a big area that encompasses a lot of musculature, fascia, the spine and spinal cord, pelvis, ribs, breathing apparatus, organs of digestion, organs of reproduction, and circulatory vessels. Your arms and legs also attach to your core by muscles and we will discuss some of these muscles i Continue Reading...

Abdominal Twisting – test your ab strength!

Let's recap! So far this year, following along on this blog, you’ve done: Calf Stretch Soleus Stretch Top of Foot Stretch Legs on the Wall, V-Sit you’ve climbed hills possibly started transitioning to minimal footwear started walking more, on non-level surfaces or a cobble Continue Reading...

Lifestyle Tips to Optimize Inner Thigh/Knee/Pelvic Health

You’ve been doing the V Sit/Legs on the Wall for a few weeks now. How do your knees and hips feel? Awesome right?! So how can you optimize these great effects and continue reaping the benefits of this stretch throughout your day-to-day activities? Here’s a few ideas to help you out. Everyt Continue Reading...

Anatomy of the Inner Thigh Stretch

The Adductors are a group of inner thigh muscles. They are called that because their most obvious job is to adduct (pull in towards the midline) the leg. Like most basic anatomy, that is simplistic. They run from the pelvis down the inside of your thigh to the knee (some above, two at or below) and Continue Reading...