Injury or poor performance of rotators and small stabilizers during dynamic rotational movement occur mainly due to failure to train the rotators to be the prime movers for rotation. Compensation, facilitation, and fatigue cause rotators and small stabilizers to become inactive and unable to respond during dynamic rotational movement. This causes strain, eventual stiffness, pain, and injury.
The entire ROTEXMotion program was developed and has evolved over the past 11 years to be a TIME efficient method of breaking compensation and facilitation patterns – about 2-3 minutes per full session. This time efficiency is accomplished by being able to activate all anti-gravity (phasic) muscles, in all planes of movement – Sagittal, Coronal, and Transverse planes – which SIMULTANEOUSLY releases all gravity (tonic) muscles.
Medical and athletic professionals know that COMPLIANCE is the most important component of any correction or exercise program. Due to their muscle type and function, rotators and small stabilizers require DAILY activation and recovery to counteract forces of gravity, work, dynamic exercise, and poor postural patterns.
The basic ROTEXMotion program is designed to be accomplished in about five minutes a day with extraordinary results in reducing compensation patterns, regaining range of motion, and reactivating the entire stabilization and global rotation system.