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Maybe you’ve been watching some World Cup. So you’re naturally fired up. Good. It’s time to get into the groin. And I’m not going to lie, this corner of your hip is full of ugliness (a wretched hive of scum and villainy). Without complicating matters too much, when we often see the high hamstring weirdness in athletes, it usually has this up stream hip tightness as a feature. Get to it 2-3 minutes a side. Keep your glutes engaged. Test/Re-test with a deep squat. http://bit.ly/TmckeG
Here I am working to improve rotational capacity and stability overhead. Working on the corner of the overhead. If the serratus anterior is stiff it does not grab the bottom of the scapula and pull it forward and out of the way. This leads to a lack of rotational capacity and stability overhead. The elbow defaults out. The specific goal of this Daily Rx is to solve for this. http://bit.ly/1eRiLAj Heads up – you must be logged a MobilityWod Pro subscriber to view this content. http://bit.ly/1eRiLAj
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