Optimize Squats and Split Squats Through and Understanding of Hip Biomechanics
Join me as I take you through an understanding of hip biomechanics including lumbo pelvic biomechanics and learn how to optimize position and posture to improve strength training of these foundational movements.
- Do you struggle with the mid range of a squat and split squat?
- Do you hinge forward, hike your hip, or overarch as soon as you get to 90 degrees to make up for lack of mobility at the hip?
- Do you look like your back is flat and tail is tucked as you go through the mid range of a squat or split squat?
- Can you achieve a "stack" or does your stack require you to lose all your lumbar curve to create enough space for internal rotation?
- What is a stack?
- Do you have lots of tension in your low back or SI area instead of you glutes and quads?
Expect to learn:
- The anatomy and kinematics of the pelvis, femur and hip joint.
- The biomechanics of the squat and split squat
- Understanding the stack
- Compensations in a squat and split squat
- Optimizing the mid range to reduce compensations
- Practical strategies
- Live application of midrange techniques
- Exercise Playlist included