Control of the pelvis means control of the lumbar spine. In this new video that we just uploaded we can see a series of pelvic tilt exercises.
Hip Adduction with Internal Rotation (Stability ball) The hip adductors are the muscles in your inner thigh that support balance and alignment. To improve athletic performance and prevent injury, it’s important that you tone, strengthen, and stretch your hip muscles, including your hip adductors.
Abdominal Bracing is different from other training exercises in that it can be very slight and nuanced. Sometimes it can take time and practice before the trainee will even be sure they are doing it at all. However, don’t let this fool you into thinking that it’s not important.
Check out this great video. Squat with Rotational Force.
Learn the proper technique for the seated hamstring stretch by going underneath the skin and seeing anatomy in action.
The Thomas Test (also known as Iliacus Test or Iliopsoas Test) is used to measure the flexibility of the hip flexors, which includes the iliopsoas muscle group, the Rectus Femoris, pectineus, gracillus as well as the Tensor Fascia Latae and the sartorius.