The Rolling Upper Body checks a subtle stabilization strategy looking at asymmetries and deficiencies in a primitive pattern.
Lowerbody Rolling with RNT Prone to Supine
This is a starting point that will offer assistance in executing a prone to supine rolling pattern with the lower body that is useful when technique is compromised in a full roll.
- Starting Position:
This self-limiting exercise helps to expose a lack of motor control and bilateral asymmetries in the Tall Kneeling position.
This is a lower body rolling pattern used to increase the dynamic stability and core communication connecting the upper and lower body in a natural rotational pattern. Segmental lower body rolling looks at a primitive stabilization strategy in young children to adults.
This is a starting point that will offer assistance in executing a supine to prone rolling pattern with the upper body that is useful when technique is compromised in a full roll.