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An Athletic Therapists can help with skeletal and postural evaluation, equipment selection, injury assessment, conditioning programs, prophylactic or supportive taping, provision of first aid, injury rehab and management of acute traumatic neurological dysfunction. Orthopedics now, Physiotherapy Now
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Jackson Sayers, B.Sc. (Kinesiology), discusses gluteal stretches.
To stretch the large gluteal muscles of the bum this is a very effective stretch.
What I like to do is lie on my back, support my neck, I like to bring the knee up into the chest. And what I like to do is I like to fire up all my bum muscles, and here I like to suck in my stomach, and from here I do a gentle pull in.
And the other variation of that is just to fire up all the muscles all around it and then hold and then do a slight push with your leg against your hands. This is a very effective stretch for stretching out the gluteals.
Bring it in, let it relax, bring it in, and let it relax, and the whole time keeping this whole area slightly contracted 10, 15 percent, you’ll find it a very effective tool for just loosening up the gluteal muscles in the ass. Local Athletic Therapists
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