External rotation of the hip is easy and hip internal rotation is a great predictor of overall hip health. (I stole that line from Dr. Andreo Spina, one day ill have an original thought) Specifically the ability to control internal rotation of the hip.

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Deciding where you need to adapt is a big deal as well. Often pain is a pretty good signal that a particular portion of your body has too much stress and cannot adapt to its current situation. However, that’s not always the case

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The seemingly minutia of each step was at first off-putting and you’ll still hear people say “too many steps, too confusing for my patients” and they’re right, it is a lot of steps, but so is making dinner for your family or changing the oil in your car. I can’t reconcile that argument and still call myself a professional.

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“Progress is impossible without change, and those who cannot change their minds cannot change anything” George Bernard Shaw

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The idea that you could put a patient in a position that would force them to adapt to only move the structure you wanted them to move was genius. This principle cut cueing crossfit athletes in half easily.

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