If you have attended Myokinematic Restoration in the past, but not since the course received a make-over in 2016, I suggest you strongly consider attending. If you haven't started your PRI journey, this course is one of the PRI introductory courses, and is a great way to begin that journey. A couple of changes that were made in 2016 that I appreciate compared to the version I first took in 2004 are that now we have a lot more time for lab, we are able to discuss and spend time in lab on both of the Hruska Lift tests, and we are discussing some ankle mechanics related to the L AIC pattern.
This most recent Myokin class is an excellent representative sample of these changes. This class was nearly 40% lab. So everyone was able to find, feel, and experience the muscles required to inhibit the L AIC pattern. We were able to spend a solid amount of time on the Hruska ABD and ADD Lift tests with lab and explanation of both tests. And we had a lively discussion about how calcaneal position and mechanics influence and are influenced by the L AIC pattern.
This class had a lot of great participation, as every single participant asked a question, which helps everyone learn. My thanks to Ken Guzzardo for hosting our course. My thanks to Amy Corbin, Amanda McDevitt, Jaclyn Marino, Ivan Salazar, Kristian Flores, Aidan Scotland, and Jamil Skakoor for their excellent questions and re-states. Really, my thanks to all the course attendees for their interest and many awesome questions.