Tori* had been seeing me for a while and was still struggling with her arthritic hip. What she shared with me was anytime she was leaning over to put on her shoes, paint her toe nails, pick something up from the floor or pour dog food into her dog's dish, she had lots of pain in front of her hip.
The pain caused her to stop moving forward, almost like it froze her on the spot.
This happened both while standing and sitting. However, she noticed the pain was more substantial while she was sitting and wanting to tie her shoe laces.
She was frustrated and annoyed that she just couldn't get these day to day tasks done.
Then I suggested we try three seated movements.
Click on the video below to find the exact three movements I shared with Tori in my next instalment of Real Moves for Real Life!
Now, after trying the three movements, can you noticed an increased ability to lean over AND without pain?!
I'd love to hear how your bending forward is going for you now! Simple hit reply and let me know.
Small moves, big impact.
And it works.
Stay well and happy moving,
*Name changed for confidentiality
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