Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Rick Kaselj specializes in exercise rehabilitation and fitness

Rick Kaselj, M.S. (Exercise Science), B.Sc. (Kinesiology), PK, CPT, CEP, CES


Rick Kaselj specializes in exercise rehabilitation and fitness. He works in one-on-one and group rehabilitation settings, educating and training people who have been injured at work, in car accidents, and during sport activities.

Rick has combined his rehabilitation experience and passion for research to develop a variety of courses and presentations for fitness professionals, Kinesiologists, and healthcare providers. Rick has given over 302 presentations to 5897 fitness professionals across Canada and USA. These courses include:


Core stability of the shoulder

Exercise rehabilitation for the shoulder, lower back, hip, or knee

Foam roller essentials

Intro and advanced core stability

Intro and advanced stability ball exercises

Postural assessment and exercise prescription

Injury-free running

Save your shoulders

Training for better golf



Rick strives to balance his work life with his personal fitness endeavours and travel. He has trained for and competed in the Manitoba Marathon, the 225 km Ironman Canada Triathlon, and the 160 km Sea2Summit Adventure Race in Whistler, BC.

He has hiked 4,300 km along the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada and mountain biked the 5,000 km Great Divide Mountain Bike Route over the Rocky Mountains from Mexico to Canada. An avid traveler, Rick has toured three continents and visited 17 countries.

In 1997 he graduated with his Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Simon Fraser University. Rick recently completed his Masters of Science degree focusing on corrective exercise and therapeutic exercise for the rotator cuff. Rick currently works as a lecturer, Kinesiologist, personal trainer, writer of exercise rehabilitation and exercise rehabilitation specialist in and around Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

The #1 Hip Mobility Stretch Mistake

Have you heard of anterior pelvic tilt?

It's a term you might have heard from your personal trainer and it's a condition that causes your butt to stick out and your belly to bulge due to your hips tilting forward.

Having this anterior pelvic tilt also known as bulging belly syndrome can make you look like you have 5-7% higher body fat than you actually do.

That might be hard to imagine, so take a look at the pic below.


Pretty crazy isn't it?

Now don’t get me wrong, you're not going to get popping abs and look like someone in the first two squares simply by loosening your hips.

However if you're anywhere else on the chart, you will certainly look like you moved an entire square over simply by unlocking your hip flexors which are one of the leading causes of anterior pelvic tilt.

How do you know if you have tight hip flexors?

If you sit a lot and have a belly that protrudes, I'm 99% sure you have tight hip flexors. Most of us do, it's just a fact of life.

There is a 15-minute solution that can reverse the damage of sitting and tucks your stomach back in, which can be found at the link below. I highly recommend you read the article word for word.

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