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Prehab

Prehab is an abbreviation for prehabilitation. It is a term used to described the exercises that one can do to strengthen and mobilize an area of the body to prevent it from getting injured. This is in contrast to rehabilitation which happens after an injury. Prehab can often be done during a warm up or in between training sessions. It typically will involve some resistance (with bands for example) or challenging range of motion, but won't be done at high intensity or speed.

Series

9 videos
series

Follow Along Classes

Follow Along Classes ranging from 10 minutes - 90 minutes

Sean Langhaus
$48.00
8 videos
series

Prehab Videos

Prehab is taking the reactive strategies used in physical therapy, as well as strength & conditioning, and implementing these in a proactive manner with the goal of reducing the risk for injury and improving overall physical capacity. Prehab is all about learning knowledge that applies to your body and your mind and using it to optimize your life and how you experience it by practicing exposure. Prehab can help you with your daily activities, your favorite hobbies, your beloved sport, how to deal with that annoying issue that has been persisting, or an old injury that was never resolved or handled appropriately in the first place.

Emily
$28.00
11 videos
series

Anatomy of Movement

This video series is designed to give you some of the key information to start understanding how anatomy gives us a roadmap for our movement practice. This series is comprised of short lessons each going over major muscle groups, bones, connective tissues, movements and considerations for the main joints of your body.

Emily
$40.00

Videos

9:55

Shoulder Prehab Sequence with Resistance Bands - 10 min

This sequence is a fantastic way to prepare your shoulders for a rigorous handstand or acro practice. In these exercises we use resistance bands to target specific groups and ranges of motion that are under utilized by many handstand, acro, yoga and other push heavy athletes, additionally important stabilizer muscles are activated to improve stability in the shoulder and your handstand.

Sean Langhaus
$5.00
3:20

Basic Neck Movements

The neck is often overlooked in many practices but is deeply connected to posture, the nervous system and movement quality for the rest of the body. In this video we discuss the basic anatomy of the neck and the basic directions your neck can move.

Sean Langhaus
$5.00
3:34

Foundational Spinal Movements

This video goes over the basic movements and structure of the spine .

Sean Langhaus
$5.00
4:12

Around the World Lunge

The around the world lunge is a great way to develop movement capacity in the hips. The technique works on connecting several different types of lunges into a fluid rotational movement.

Sean Langhaus
$5.00
1:29

Anatomy of the Elbow

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the elbow including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
0:57

Anatomy for Movement- Meet Emily

Meet Emily Lesinski, Doctor of Physical Therapy and co-lead teacher/trainer at Warrior Bridge in downtown Manhattan. We created this series to give movement teachers and practitioners the basic terminology and roadmap of human anatomy. In this series we review the main joints of the body including relevant musculature, connective tissue, bones and few considerations for how those joints play into movement practice.

Emily
Free
2:02

Anatomy of the Shoulder

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the shoulder including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
2:46

Anatomy of the Spine

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the spine including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
1:44

Anatomy of the Hip

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the hip including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
1:40

Anatomy of the Wrist

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the wrist including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
1:22

Anatomy of the Knee

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the knee including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
1:30

Anatomy of the Ankle

In this video Emily introduces the basic anatomy of the ankle including joint movements, basic musculature and tissue structures.

Emily
$5.00
3:29

Anatomy Terminology & Concepts For Movement Teachers and Students

In this video breaks down some foundational terms and concepts that can help you understand movement cues and explanations that are anatomically based.

Emily
$5.00
2:40

Anatomy of Strength

In this video we explore the concept of strength within a movement practice. We also dive into the basics of a muscles anatomy and their principles of movement, sensation and growth. Concepts such as individual variability within strength training are also touched upon.

Emily
$5.00
2:40

Anatomy of Flexibility

In this video we explore the basic concepts of flexibility and how knowledge of these factors can offer a leg up in designing our training. We dive into key terminology that is common within the practice. We explore the variables that can effect how your flexibility can be expressed. What types of tissues are effected in flexibility training are explored.

Emily
$5.00