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  1. Introduction
    5Sections
  2. PART 1 -- HEAD/NECK/TORSO RELATIONSHIP
    13Sections
  3. PART 2 - ARMS/TORSO RELATIONSHIP
    12Sections
  4. PART 3 - TORSO/LEGS RELATIONSHIP
    12Sections
  5. PART 4 - HIP JOINTS/KNEES/ANKLES RELATIONSHIP
    10Sections
  6. PART 5 - BODY RELATIONSHIP TO FEET
    10Sections
  7. Conclusion
    3Sections
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PART 3 – TORSO/LEGS RELATIONSHIP

Cécile Raynor November 23, 2021

As soon as you lean forward in space, whether to stand up or sit down, to squat down or lunge, for instance, you need to have clarity about where you are leaning from to avoid making some muscles do a job they are not designed to do which unnecessarily creates excess tension, especially in your lower back and knees.

Many people have tight hip joint sockets because of a lack of clarity around the best way to free them from excess tension. And yet, just like the neck is crucial in connecting your head to the rest of your body, your hip joint sockets are the pivoting point connecting your upper body to your lower body. Two body parts that are not always working together as they are designed to.

As you progress through the course, you gain a deeper understanding as to why you may have low back pain whether you are exercising daily or not. And, most importantly, how to remedy this situation or prevent back discomfort if you do not experience any at the moment.

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