“You cannot analyse posture. That is nonsense. There is no way of knowing what is causing what is being observed. You don’t know if someone is standing the way they are because of structure, habit, laziness, psychological issues, hormonal imbalances or pathological concerns.”
“This is another paint-by-number approach that falsely empowers personal trainers. If you want to check posture, you should be checking specific strengths and specific ranges of motion; not simply looking at someone or looking at gross ranges of motion.”
Read the interview with the Resistance Training Specialist programme founder below.