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plumb: Balanced squat Left Hip Shift More Hi I Flexion Abduction External Rotation Adduction Internal Rotatio Less Ankle More Ankle Dorsiflexion Dorsiflexion Balanced Ankles, Knees, and Hips dr.Jacob harden DO YOU SHIFT TO ONE SIDE WHEN YOU SQUAT? The squat has a lot of moving parts that need to work in unison in order to produce an efficient, stable, and strong motion. There are quite a few common faults I see when 🔎 analyzing technique, and one of the most prevalent is a ↔ side to side shift. An ideal loaded squat will have left to right symmetry between the motions of the ankles, knees, and hips. So if we were to drop a plumb line between the 👣 feet, it would cross straight through the midline of the body. When you shift into one hip or the other, you lose that symmetry at all three joints. For a shift towards the LEFT hip, the resulting biomechanical asymmetries are... . 🔸More hip flexion and ankle dorsiflexion on the left, which can result in a pinch in either joint. 🔸Relative adduction and internal rotation of the left and abduction-external rotation on the right, which can cause hip pain on ether side depending on the shape of your acetabulum and femoral head. 🔸Relative valgus collapse and increased flexion of the left knee, which could be a factor in knee pain on the side of the shift. There are a number of possibilities for why this shift occurs. I like to clear mobility restrictions first, ensuring we have ⚖ even ankle dorsiflexion knee flexion-rotation, and hip flexion-abduction-rotation on both sides. Then we move on to motor control and 🏋 technical proficiency and start grooving the motions to clear muscular imbalances. I have ✌ two drills I use most often to repattern a hip shift, and I'm going to share them both with you later this week! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
plumb: Balanced squat Left Hip Shift
 More Hi
 I Flexion
 Abduction
 External Rotation
 Adduction
 Internal Rotatio
 Less Ankle
 More Ankle
 Dorsiflexion
 Dorsiflexion
 Balanced Ankles,
 Knees, and Hips
 dr.Jacob harden
DO YOU SHIFT TO ONE SIDE WHEN YOU SQUAT? The squat has a lot of moving parts that need to work in unison in order to produce an efficient, stable, and strong motion. There are quite a few common faults I see when 🔎 analyzing technique, and one of the most prevalent is a ↔ side to side shift. An ideal loaded squat will have left to right symmetry between the motions of the ankles, knees, and hips. So if we were to drop a plumb line between the 👣 feet, it would cross straight through the midline of the body. When you shift into one hip or the other, you lose that symmetry at all three joints. For a shift towards the LEFT hip, the resulting biomechanical asymmetries are... . 🔸More hip flexion and ankle dorsiflexion on the left, which can result in a pinch in either joint. 🔸Relative adduction and internal rotation of the left and abduction-external rotation on the right, which can cause hip pain on ether side depending on the shape of your acetabulum and femoral head. 🔸Relative valgus collapse and increased flexion of the left knee, which could be a factor in knee pain on the side of the shift. There are a number of possibilities for why this shift occurs. I like to clear mobility restrictions first, ensuring we have ⚖ even ankle dorsiflexion knee flexion-rotation, and hip flexion-abduction-rotation on both sides. Then we move on to motor control and 🏋 technical proficiency and start grooving the motions to clear muscular imbalances. I have ✌ two drills I use most often to repattern a hip shift, and I'm going to share them both with you later this week! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

DO YOU SHIFT TO ONE SIDE WHEN YOU SQUAT? The squat has a lot of moving parts that need to work in unison in order to produce an efficient...

plumb: Had some plumbing done yesterday. Cat decided to check what was under the floor. Was not amused at what she found.
plumb: Had some plumbing done yesterday. Cat decided to check what was under the floor. Was not amused at what she found.

Had some plumbing done yesterday. Cat decided to check what was under the floor. Was not amused at what she found.