The first Postural Respiration course of the year was presented at Rehab2Perform in Frederick Maryland. This facility is a perfect blend of rehab and performance as stated in it's name! Physical therapy, functional training, group coaching provides the backdrop to the diverse group of attendees including PT's, CSCS's and even an M.D. Some of the topics that attendees, and usually all attendees have, is the difference and purpose of a right arm reach vs. a left arm reach. This issue can be vexing for even veterans of several courses. One way to remember this is a right arm reach first turns a diaphragm to the left taking a pelvis with it. Get and hold onto a left hamstring and left abdominal wall then with the help of left serratus and left low trap, a left arm reach then turns a ribcage above T-8 to the right. Caution with superior T-4's was a theme reinforced over the weekend and veterans that had some questions about the reasoning regarding which arm and when to reach with it came away more relaxed and settled with this issue. Strength and conditioning professionals got whatever you load you will reinforce so get neutral, stay neutral and then load, move and perform! All in all a great facility, hosts and especially curious students! Thanks to all that attended and Josh Funk, DPT, CSCS, PRC for providing this facility!