Walking and Breathing

The psoas major is the main muscle of walking, an action ideally initiated deep in the core of the trunk. The psoas connects the spine to the legs attaching on the lower spine (T12, L1-4), …

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Walking is a Core Event

At the CoreWalking Program, the core refers to three main muscle groups: The inner thighs, the pelvic floor and the abdominals. The psoas (our favorite muscle) is the main engine of walking and when it …

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Ida’s Sad Ankle

Hiking with my daughter at the wonderful Doan Brook, a hidden gem 10 minutes from my house, I filmed my daughter walking from behind. The video above includes my analysis of her walk. Her left …

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Never Go Barefoot Again

Two clients in the last week have reported to me that their doctors have told them never go barefoot again. And this is far from the first time I have been told this by clients …

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Why Walking Is Worth Working On

Why walking?” was a question I heard often when I first began to develop the CoreWalking program. “Don’t we already know how to walk?” My standard response has always been that I have yet to …

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