Katy Bowman – Paleo Parenting A Biomechanical Perspective
No: this really isn’t a “how to” Parents can learn from their environment but it is important to understand the limitations of that environment. This could help us make better decisions as parents.
- Most people are familiar that lying an infant on their back for extended periods of time can result in a flattening of the back of the head — a mis-Unnatural loads can cause the cranium to be shaped.
- This phenomenon of the body being shaped and molded by the mechanical environment is a constant, but the loads are most important during the first few years when tissues are being established.
- A healthy diet is essential for children’s development, just as a nutritious diet is. Cultural practices are often viewed as “the best” They are “the norm.”
This course will explain how to create a stronger movement profile by providing a cross-cultural perspective and the problems with the perspective that exercise equals movement.
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