Reverse Floor Block-Anti Keyboard Corrective Exercise
This exercise has multiple benefits to the upper extremities, thoracic spine and neck region

The basics

A client favorite, this exercise has multiple benefits to the upper extremities, thoracic spine and neck region. Utilizing the arm positioning and the cueing of the radial-ulnar and gleno-humeral joints, the motor system can access the peri scapular muscles in a very efficient way.

Lengthening through the chronically shortened muscles of the wrist and forearm and isometrically contracting the middle trapezius and rhomboids produces a noticeable change in the tissue tension and posture of the upper body.

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Anthony Carey holds a Master's degree in biomechanics and athletic training and is the inventor of Reactive Training and the Core-Tex™. Anthony is recognized internationally as a leading expert in biomechanics, corrective exercise, functional anatomy and motor control.

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Reverse Floor Block-Anti Keyboard Corrective Exercise
Anthony Carey 7 November, 2022
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