Why we use the PWR! Rock in Sitting

Hi, I'm Cat from the PWR!Gym. And today I'd love to show you why and how we use our PWR! Rock in Sitting to be able to move and scoot with greater ease. Because listen, it is really hard, especially if we're slouching like this. It's so hard to scoot and you get stuck, you're stuck in place. So, our PWR! Rock just to remind you, we lean, we reach, we bring it back to the center. But in real life, one of the best ways to use our PWR! Rock is to use that leg motion to rock and scoot. Notice my butt comes up. I don't take off layers of skin. I actually can scoot with greater ease by using my PWR! Rock. And that is why we use our PWR! Rock in Sitting.


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Catherine D. Printz, DPT Parkinson Disease Exercise Specialist
Board Certified Neurologic Clinical Specialist

About the Author

Catherine (Cat) specializes in neurological physical therapy, has worked in both inpatient and outpatient settings at the University of California in San Diego and San Francisco, and served as an Assistant Clinical Professor at UCSF’s School of Medicine. Cat is board-certified as a neurologic certified specialist by the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialties and holds several certifications specifically tailored to the treatment of patients with Parkinson disease; she is a PWR!Moves Certified Therapist and Instructor, as well as certified in LSVT BIG. She joined the PWR!Gym in 2018 as a staff physical therapist and now serves as the Director of Rehabilitative and Exercise Therapies.

Cat offers physical therapy to clients in Arizona and wellness consultations to those outside of Arizona.

In her free time, Cat enjoys running, biking, acting as a diabetes advocate, and spending time with her young son, who loves dinosaurs almost as much as he loves the family’s three Bengals, Thor, Loki, and Squeakers.