The Chop Pattern: A system to make your programming more effective

Have you heard of PNF (Proprioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation) stretching?

Well, PNF is much more than just stretching. It’s actually an entire system that even has a movement component. A major piece is the Chop Pattern, which takes advantage of the normal spiral and diagonal relationships in the trunk and extremities to support the development of more complex movements.

This video will provide a brief introduction of the PNF diagonal patterns, thorax relationships, and numerous examples of exercises and activities to make your exercise selection and programming more effective.

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