BKE Tuneup for Fordham Crew

BKE Tuneup for Fordham Crew

Fordham men’s crew team captain Billy McNicholas getting a BKE tuneup to get ready for the upcoming season as well as ongoing Navy ROTC and Luke Konen of West Point Military Academy staying BKE optimized for intense summer training. Getting ready for Fordham...
UNILATERAL SHOULDER “WEAKNESS”

UNILATERAL SHOULDER “WEAKNESS”

Check out how this athlete’s left shoulder strength improved in one session by realigning her BioKinetic Energy field.
What causes a “weakness” in a limb?
A muscle contracts when the nervous system tells it to. If the nervous system does not deliver a good message, the muscle will not contract forcefully. The flow of the nervous system can be dampened from chemical inefficiencies, structural misalignments, and a disempowered consciousness.

NEUROLOGICAL SWITCHING

NEUROLOGICAL SWITCHING

Check out how BKE helped this pitcher to keep his head straight during his delivery. You can see how his head is tilted and rotated to the left in the before shot. After a session of BKE it was a little better in the middle pic. On the right after a few sessions it is staying pretty straight and in a more optimal body positioning for throwing velocity.

LATERAL AND MEDIAL HAMSTRING IMBALANCES

LATERAL AND MEDIAL HAMSTRING IMBALANCES

Often we tend to think of the hamstrings as one muscle and train them as such. However, this is a mistake because there can be a big difference in flexibility and strength amongst the three. For example, BioKinetic Athlete @iron_fit_rd has a strength deficit in her medial hamstrings – semitendinosis and semimembranosus, compared to the lateral hamstring – the bicep femoris. On the left, her feet are pointed inward, stretching and challenging the bicep femoris. On the right, her feet are pointed outward, challenging the medial hamstrings. You can see her lumbar round in this one.

MOBILITY OR LOADING ISSUE?

MOBILITY OR LOADING ISSUE?

Check out how BKE Integration helped this athlete with her ability to arch the lower back while in hip flexion. What worked? Not stretching or any flexibility or mobility or soft tissue techniques. It came down to training her hamstrings to “load” or contract and stabilize her pelvis while moving into forward pelvic tilt.
If you have a bio mechanical issue that appears to be lack of flexibility, it might not be your flexibility at all, but instead a “loading” issue….