Gentle Posture and Balance<br>Sherri Betz<br>Class 2041

Gentle Posture and Balance
Sherri Betz
Class 2041

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Sherri Betz
Hi Jo and Beverly,
Yes, these exercises are designed with the osteoporotic client in mind. Protecting the spine must always be foremost, so avoiding endrange rotation and sidebending is recommended.
Giangregorio, L. M., et al. (2015). "Too Fit To Fracture: outcomes of a Delphi consensus process on physical activity and exercise recommendations for adults with osteoporosis with or without vertebral fractures." Osteoporos Int 26(3): 891-910.
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Such a great video! Would love to see more real life studio sessions on clients rather than teaching teachers. Such a helpful study tool. Always a pleasure watching you in action Sherri, thank you!
Sherri Betz
Thank you Karla!
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I've been using the cue "abdominals up and in, and throat up and in". Works like a charm with the right client. I'm not sure if those are the words you used but it's the same intention. Thank you!
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AWESOME! please more
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Thanks very much for this Sherri. Love your style and approach. As others have commented, very encouraging to the client and systematic in terms of testing control and strength. Lots of food for thought.
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Revisited this class. So valuable!
Would love to see more of sherri and more senior sessions.
Thanks again
Sherri Betz
Yes, Jo , this is an Osteoporosis safe workout.
Awesome.  Thanks so much for this class.

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