Drew Hume • 49m
The hamstrings won't be allowed to escape the work here - where sometimes we might find other areas of our body trying to help out a lot, this time we're going to take our sweet time and use our dedicated attention to really hone in on these hammies. Also, afterwards, let's talk about that standing-one-leg thing...does your back lead?
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Working your way (with strength) in the direction of the splits. This practice will get your hamstrings and hip flexors warm and moving. Also, there's a fun little thing at the peak of the practice to do with floating hands. Make sure you have fun with it 😉.
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Hip Internal Rotation Compilation
One of our most needed movements is internal rotation at the hip -because it's not so an action we frequently train in many movement styles. Part of the benefit here though is that working on IR of the hip often produces downstream benefits to the other movement capabilities of
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