Core Optimization (Level 2 Certification)

Core Optimization (Level 2 Certification)

If you look in a mirror you will notice that one shoulder is lower than the other.  If you place your thumbs on your hips, you will notice that one hip is higher than the other, generally on the same side that is lower.  Add knee flex and you will notice that one knee extends out further than the other indicating a rotation of your pelvis.  If you place your hands on your hips and take a step forward you will notice that your hips rotate left or right with each step.  If you attempt to move laterally, you will notice restriction on one side.  If you start to squat, you will notice a rotation of your pelvis and difficulty squatting.  All of these factors represent “drag” as you attempt movement in any direction.   Notice any body stiffness and aches and pains?  You will experience changes in all of these areas following the Wright Balance® Core Optimization Exercises.  Peripheral Back Pain is often resolved with the Wright Balance® Core Optimization Exercises as well.

All restrictions are eliminated through the Wright Balance® Express Optimization Exercises.  Peripheral Pain and stiffness is resolved with the 4 to 5 minute Wright Balance® Core Optimization Exercises.  The results of the Wright Balance® Express Optimization will last 8 to 12 hours after the  first 3 to 4 days of exercise and 12 to 24 hours after 7 to 14 days of the exercises.  No matter what your profession, the Wright Balance® Express Optimization will increase performance, decrease pain, increase mobility, prevent injuries, improve Posture and overall balance.

NOTE:  There are 3 Types of Optimization, all part of this Level 2 Certification.  It is important that you understand each before teaching them.  Please be sure to do these exercises yourself.  There is no better “Proof” than the changes you will experience when measured before and after the exercise.

Proof of Concept: No matter what you are doing for instruction, you should always request proof of concept when you are the student and demonstrate proof of concept when you are the teacher / coach.  What does that mean?  If, for example you are embarking on a lesson or exercise program, ask for some measurement of the proof  when you are the student and demonstrate prior and following the lesson the measurement of proof.  With the Wright Balance Optimization Exercises, the proof of concept is in the measurements of the changes in your body.  Hips and shoulders will level, hips will remain parallel to a line no matter what your Stance Width may be and your hips will remain square when you take a step forward or back.  These functional measurements demonstrate the efficacy of the Wright Balance Optimization Exercises when done in the 9 Core Region Stance Widths. These functional measurements are listed in a 4 x 4 Matrix as a way to check your Core Balance before and after the Wright Balance Optimization.

 

 

 

1
Fibonacci and Wright Balance®Stance Widths (Lesson 1)
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Fast Track to the Wright Balance® Core Optimization Exercises (Lesson 2)
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Core Optimization and Points of Balance by Core Region (Lesson 3)
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Measuring the Planes of Motion (Lesson 4)
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Wright Balance® Core Optimization Exercises & Results (Lesson 5)
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The Wright Balance Express Optimization (Lesson 6)
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Jaw Symmetry (Lesson 7)
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Core Memory, Breathing & Exercise (Lesson 8)
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Exercise Results (Lesson 9)
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Functional Assessment (Lesson 10)
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Tensegrity: The Bio-Mechanism of Change (Lesson 11)

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