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01/01/2022

Wishing you all a very Happy New Year!

21/01/2021

**LAST FEW SEATS**. Be More, Be A CERTIFIED REHAB INSTRUCTOR. For the first time, we bring our years of experience, confidence and knowledge in the field of Injury Management in a Comprehensive Online Course. Our biggest confidence is our Patrons trust, which has led us to bring this course out to a larger audience in turn enabling the population to be more Injury Free. Here is an opportunity to add Injury Prevention and Management skills to your arsenal which will help you and your clients perform at next level.


Starting January 30th, 10AM. For more details please reach us at: +91 740 699 3111 / [email protected].



03/09/2020

Experience is earned. None can teach that.

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Up’s and Down’s, thats how Recovery is.

22/08/2020

A Sneak Peak into in our Certified Rehab Instructor course!
And there’s lot more coming your way! Learn application based Anatomy, Biomechanical Arrangement, Scientifically designed approach on Rehab Programs, Mechanism of Injuries, Assessments and more!

Register Now!
Last date for discounted price ends on 25th August!

Starting September 5th, 10AM. For more details please reach us at: +91 740 699 3111 / [email protected].



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LISTEN. DON’T HURRY.

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Be More, Be A CERTIFIED REHAB INSTRUCTOR. For the first time, we bring our years of experience, confidence and knowledge in the field of Injury Management in a Comprehensive Online Course. Our biggest confidence is our Patrons trust, which has led us to bring this course out to a larger audience in turn enabling the population to be more Injury Free. To all the Personal Trainers, Physiotherapists, SnC Coaches, Sports Coaches, Athletes here is an opportunity to add Injury Prevention and Management skills to your arsenal which will help you and your clients perform at next level.

For more details please reach us at: +91 740 699 3111


11/08/2020

We bring you for the FIRST TIME, our CERTIFIED REHAB INSTRUCTOR Online Course. A 6-Module Comprehensive Online Course. This is to enable you to be more than just your existing role in serving your Clients. Bring more meaningful results to them, while being Injury Free. Watch our next Post for all the details. 😊

10/08/2020

WATCH OUT THIS SPACE!

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✨ At Rehab Tutors we take diagnosis very seriously and our future courses will help you to develop that skill through the right guidance, so that you are spot on with your diagnosis !!!


11/07/2020

FOAM ROLLING - QUADRICEPS

Important to foam roll on tight quadriceps to reduce the tension in the muscle.

Always remember that foam rolling should be done regularly as sustainability of one session of foam rolling is very short and over a period of time the regularity keeps the muscle in the ideal amount of tension

11/07/2020

GLUTEUS COMPLEX

WARM UP: ACTIVATION Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

GLUTEUS MEDIUS

WARM UP: ACTIVATION Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

GLUTEUS BRIDGING WITH HAMSTRING FOCUS

WARM UP: ACTIVATION Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

VASTUS MEDIALIS OBLIQUE

Strengthening of VMO, critical in numerous knee conditions and a very important part of knee rehabilitations!

Hope you all like it, learn from it, share us your feedback and share it ahead to all.


11/07/2020

GLUTS BRIDGING

WARM UP: ACTIVATION Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

CHILD’s POSE TO COBRA

WARM UP: MOBILITY Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

CAT & CAMEL

WARM UP: MOBILITY Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

4 POINT ROTATION

WARM UP: MOBILITY Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

CHEST OPENER

WARM UP: MOBILITY Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

11/07/2020

PRONE CROSSOVER

WARM UP: MOBILITY Routine.
Warming up is one of the most important aspects in fitness scenarios. It can be broken down into Mobility and Activation.
Instead of prolonged static stretches in the warm up it is good to perform a warm up that involves Mobility for Joints and Activation for muscles. It offers an all round warm up for entire body.

Note: There are important cues to be kept in check at each and every second while one performs a functional movement, right now in the Warm Up.

Cues:
1. Keeping the Core activated at all times. Core is not just six pack abs, it’s the whole cylindrical section comprising of front abs and lower back. Way to activate: ‘Draw-In’ the Navel towards inner spine. ‘Brace’ the trunk like someone’s about to punch you in the stomach. This will help the spine stay in its neutral form.
2. Knee to Toe (2nd or 3rd Toe) Tracking. (applicable when leg, either single or double, based movements come into play)
3. Glute Activation (externally rotated hip). (applicable when leg based movements come into play)
4. Shoulders locked back and down, with Chest out. Shoulders away from ears as much. Do not let shoulders spike up. (applicable when shoulder based movements come into play say Cobra)
5. Feet arch grip. Grip the floor, while maintaining the feet arch, like it is anchored. One way to remember would be to create a Tripod Feet grip. That is make sure at all times the three points are griping the floor. 1. Ball of the Big Toe. 2. Ball of the pinky Toe. 3. Heel.
6. Do not let the elbows hyperextend when going into 4 Point position while resting. Or matter even in normal life do not let the elbows rest in hyperextended position.
7. When resting on palm, use the entire palm spread to grip, i.e along with fingers, instead of just wrist. This will save your wrist from overuse.
8. Keep the neck inline/neutral with Spine. Do not let the neck hyper extend or bend inwards too much in any exercise form.
9. You are all set.
10. Get started already 😉

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