Posts tagged "hip hinge"
With so many exercises available, you likely have a strategy for developing your clients’ hip mobility. But how do you maintain it?
The story of the origin and evolution of Dan John’s Hip Movement (Displacement) Continuum gives you the understanding you need to move powerfully in a much simpler, safer and sounder ...
Charlie Weingroff elaborates on the importance of the hip hinge from the neuromuscular perspective . . . and why he thinks you should be able to touch your toes before you deadlift.
Having trouble getting that hip hinge right for lifts and swings? Mark Cheng learned to take away the option of shifting forward. Rob the forefoot and sit back.
Drs. Weingroff and Cheng cover a quick and easy drill to make sure your hip hinge is where it needs to be: as far back as your anatomy and flexibility will allow.
Get more from the deadlift: Here are tips from Gray Cook, Dan John, Mike Boyle and other masters that will help you coach your clients to bigger numbers and better form on this multi-ta...
Charlie Weingroff takes a biomechanical look at why the hip hinge is so important to lifts and swings and discusses why it may be difficult to get back as far as you should.
What happens when you work the wrong joints? In the process of Hacking the Hinge, Mark Cheng discusses the pitfalls of using the wrong joints to find mobility.
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