The couple sent me a video from a beautiful part of the mountainous area of Germany. I like the birds chirping.
First, my wife’s walk.
I think that my muscles are strong, so I would like you to pay attention to the following points.
Right toe is open, so please be aware of your toe straight ahead. </ li>
When you put out your left leg, you will approach the midline. Get out your legs as you walk on two parallel belts. </ li>
The pelvis and arms are moving well, but the core does not seem to move much. Think of your iliopsoas muscles as your legs, and try walking from the bottom of your chest. </ li>
There is an impression that the motion vector goes outward as a whole, so please be aware of the front while paying attention to the above points. </ li>
So the pelvis is locked by stoop and the pelvis does not move much. At the groin area, tilt the upper body slightly forward, raise the pelvis forward, and walk from the iliopsoas muscle to the image of a leg. </ li>
It seems that there is a habit of clearing the ground so that it stretches out on the soles of the feet. Would it be good to practice the image in which the ankle sags and the weight naturally falls forward? </ li>
The left arm moves away from the body side and appears well forward, so there is a slight sense of imbalance between the left and right sides. After all, it is good to average the habits of the left and right muscles by bending and stretching. </ li>
Your left leg tends to be inside the midline. After all, please walk with the image of walking on two parallel belts. Isn’t this causing left hip pain or left lateral thigh pain? Please try to fix this habit carefully. </ li>
</ ol>Also, please practice for a while and send the results as a video.
I’m looking forward.We are accepting free walking consultations. Isogai Therapy-based Manipulative Treatment Center, Suginami Ward, Nishiogikubo Kamoshita Therapeutic Studio