Corrective exercise credibility

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    Tyler Nather
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    hey Joe! I was curious on your thoughts on corrective exercise. do you view it as useful with your coaching now? I have already become a nasm c.e.s and was thinking about doing a much bigger and hands on course in that field. the movement assesments and postural dysfunction knowledge have really gave me some great use with my clients. however I do hear many highly educated Biomechanics/physiology guys (Dr Pat, Dr.shallows etc) have poor things about to say with Corrective exercise and im debating if I want to stop pursing education in that.

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    Joe
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    hey Joe! I was curious on your thoughts on corrective exercise. do you view it as useful with your coaching now? I have already become a nasm c.e.s and was thinking about doing a much bigger and hands on course in that field. the movement assesments and postural dysfunction knowledge have really gave me some great use with my clients. however I do hear many highly educated Biomechanics/physiology guys (Dr Pat, Dr.shallows etc) have poor things about to say with Corrective exercise and im debating if I want to stop pursing education in that.

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    Tyler Nather
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    Thanks so much Joe!! That was a thorough answer haha, really appreciate it. I found a few things sorta beneficial from the nasm c.e.s but totally agree, its just not useful for the most part. Even their regional interdependence section didnt offer how i can access further into that idea. My passion is helping clients perfect their weightlifting not so much fix broken people, however even advanced lifters have broke posture with a handful of compensations that I find really important to “try to help fix” before I have them doing any advanced stuff. Ill look into all those places you mentioned. Thanks so much man

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