Ann-Charlott blir kjendis! :D


Nyheter / tirsdag, mai 7th, 2019

@lottz_i blir kjendis og Risør Kraftsport blir med #risorkraftsport#visitrisør #risør #risørby #sørlandet #sørlandethelsepark #knebøy #styrkeløft #squat #powerlifting ____________________#Repost @squat_university• • • • •The question I get often when it comes to “butt wink” is “can we fix it?”? .“Butt wink” refers to a posterior rotation of the pelvis at the bottom of the squat that pulls the low back out of “neutral” and into a flexed position. If someone repeatedly shows this movement while trying to squat heavy, the “winking” action creates a stress concentration at the lumbar spine which can lead to potential back injury (due to the combination of load and movement in and out of flexion)..While it’s clear the “winking” problem occurs at the pelvis and low back connection…you may not realize, the issue can occur due to limited mobility at a completely different area of the body – the ankles..You see, if your knees are restricted in moving forward as you squat (I’m using a box here to mimic that restriction), the low back and pelvis have to leave their neutral position and move in the deep squat. However, if we improve ankle mobility (by taking the box away in this example), notice the end position of my back and pelvis…no more butt wink..As you can see, Ann from the first video had restricted ankle mobility (unable to touch her knees to the wall at roughly 5 inches). And after working on her ankle mobility with things like banded joint mobilizations shown here, she was able to see good improvements which dramatically cut down the amount of butt wink in the squat.?.To learn more of the ankle mobility work I recommend, check out the blog post linked in my bio.Shout out to @lottz_i and @hellopaaanda for being todays athlete models, and to @3d4medical for the visual of the body from their app Complete Anatomy?_____________________

@lottz_i blir kjendis og Risør Kraftsport blir med #risorkraftsport#visitrisør #risør #risørby #sørlandet #sørlandethelsepark #knebøy #styrkeløft #squat #powerlifting ________________________________#Repost @squat_university• • • • •The question I get often when it comes to “butt wink” is “can we fix it?”? .“Butt wink” refers to a posterior rotation of the pelvis at the bottom of the squat that pulls the low back out of “neutral” and into a flexed position. If someone repeatedly shows this movement while trying to squat heavy, the “winking” action creates a stress concentration at the lumbar spine which can lead to potential back injury (due to the combination of load and movement in and out of flexion)..While it’s clear the “winking” problem occurs at the pelvis and low back connection…you may not realize, the issue can occur due to limited mobility at a completely different area of the body - the ankles..You see, if your knees are restricted in moving forward as you squat (I’m using a box here to mimic that restriction), the low back and pelvis have to leave their neutral position and move in the deep squat. However, if we improve ankle mobility (by taking the box away in this example), notice the end position of my back and pelvis…no more butt wink..As you can see, Ann from the first video had restricted ankle mobility (unable to touch her knees to the wall at roughly 5 inches). And after working on her ankle mobility with things like banded joint mobilizations shown here, she was able to see good improvements which dramatically cut down the amount of butt wink in the squat.?.To learn more of the ankle mobility work I recommend, check out the blog post linked in my bio.Shout out to @lottz_i and @hellopaaanda for being todays athlete models, and to @3d4medical for the visual of the body from their app Complete Anatomy?_________________________________