The Airborne Mind Show
About This Show
It's amazing how much you can learn from having a conversation with someone. With the right questions, you can absorb some of their experiences and knowledge. Then figure out a way to apply it to your own life. This is one of the most efficient and valuable ways of learning. The Airborne Mind Show was created to invite you into the conversation with some very fascinating people. Please enjoy!
Most Recent Episode
#10 - Part 1| Bulletproof your creaky knees, wonky hips, and weak ankles w/ Dr. Sean and Dr. Jeremy
6 days ago
If you’ve been living with acute pain and just accepted it as “part of the game” -- this conversation is a great place to start. It won’t replace a practitioner, but you will get quite a few actionable tips and tools you can try at home. Dr. Sean and Dr Jeremy have worked with CF athletes like Brooke Wells, Brooke Ence, Sam Briggs all the way to Olympic caliber athletes. They’ve systemized a strength program that addresses pain for ankles, knees, hips, shoulders, back, and more. In this episode, some things we talk about: Assessments, exercises, and ratios you can use to find the root of your problem Do you need more flexibility and mobility work? Will couch stretching make your hip flexor tightness disappear? Or do you need to move on? And if so, to what? Why and how would working on one leg or one arm help you get more pullups or a higher squat? Show Notes: How confident are you that this will work for 10 different people with knee issues? (4:00) What should you look for in a practitioner? (9:00) Why do PTs and Chiros use manual therapy? When is it appropriate? (10:22) Fundamental difference between PTs and Chiropractors (12:20) Why do we feel the sensation of “tightness”? (15:20) What is the root problem? The 3 most common areas to start looking (18:25) Using the assessments (19:16) What place do activation and motor control exercises like glute bridges and wall slides have? When are you ready to move onto things like suitcase deadlifts and carries? (26:00)