Dowel Hip Hinge - Kinetic
Dowel Hip Hinge - Kinetic Sports Rehab
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WHen I do this with the stick, I feel the next day like my arm is sore/stretched out/not happy from the front by my pec muscle/shoulder and goes over the shoulder and around the shoulder blade. I know it's from grabbing the stick, as I work on my hinge and squat. Any tips on how to avoid that?? I feel like it's stretching my joint capsule?? Maybe? Dont' know, but any tips appreciated!
Welcome to the Weekly
Welcome to the Weekly Coach's Lab. Grab a bar, set your feet.
This week we looked at improving hip hinge function for multi-rep movements. A few good ideas to keep in mind when you're staring down the barrel of some deadlifts. Try these out with your athletes and report back.
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Guru time. These xfit people are all walking bags of injuries, doing “heroic” feats. There’s no law that says you have to deadlift. Look how kelly walks around arches back and super stiff looking upper body.
Awesome videos! I'm learning a lot.
Jeez Kelly is looking a bit skinny these days?
Learning the hip hinge is
Learning the hip hinge is perhaps one of the most important and beneficial things you can do for your spinal health. However, many dogmatic teachings are causing this great movement corrective to become much less effective.
The whole point of the hip hinge is to maintain proper lumbosacral alignment throughout the motion. This will engage the spinal erectors and QLs properly, and circumferentially load the disc, all of which promote healthy and pain free lifting and movement.
Many claim that it doesn't matter how we lift or move, because the spine is designed for all movements. And while the latter is true, there's a huge difference between coming in and out of flexion during smaller tasks, and LIVING IN FLEXION.
Check out the video to learn proper and improper mechanics.
When Squatting I hip hinge when going down, I believe I correctly Arch and Perform the hip hinge. When i come out of the squat i have been taught to squeeze and engage my glutes, This forces my Butt into a slight tuck. Is this incorrect then? Should I not be engaging my glutes on the concentric portion of the squat?
How about for some with hyperlordosis
2:35 - Do you have the video like mentioned yet? Thanks
Hi Kjetil, from reading your articles I know you're generally not a big fan of deliberately stretching; is it ok if this provides a hamstring stretch, as long as it feels nice and isn't the 'purpose' of the movement ie I'm deliberately arching the back and trying to bend only at the hips, but a side effect of that is that my hamstrings feel like they're getting a stretch on the way down?
Do you know how I can assess on myself whether ASIS and pubis are vertically aligned, when doing butt up?