Nikki Naab-Levy on Exercise Safety Cues That Don't Work
Here at Think Fit. Be Fit. we are constantly on a quest to identify the best way to communicate effective exercise techniques and concepts. Today, Nikki and Jennifer discuss 3 commonly used cues in exercise instruction that simply do not do your movement justice.
If you have ever found exercise instructions utterly confusing then tune in and start sharing because the cues that Jenn and Nikki cover in this episode are overused daily.
- Pervasive fitness myths
- An alternative to cueing that doesn’t make a lot of sense
- How injuries are not likely to be associated with structural alignment
- Body resilience
- #freebritney and fitness purity culture
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