Early exercises

Return to walk

Hamstring activation

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FIX YOUR SINGLE LEG RDL⠀ – by @championptp. We've been working behind the scenes for months to film some great new content for social media at Champion! There's a ton coming, be sure to follow @championptp for more great fitness, strength training, and sports performance tips like this. ⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ 💪 Want to train with us online or in person? Link in bio!⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ In this video, coach @kieferlammi points out a common flaw in the single leg RDL and how to improve it.⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ 👉Often times, we see people default to a straight leg during the Single Leg RDL and rely on passive stability at the knee and hip to hold their balance. To maximize your use of the glutes and hamstrings, what we want to see is more of a hip hinge pattern with a slight knee bend and the hips pushed back into a nice, active position. ⠀⠀ .⠀⠀ 👉If you struggle to get into that position, try setting up with a wall in front of you. Not only can you use the wall for balance, but you can actually push yourself back away from the wall, assisting in the hinge motion we’re looking to create. After a few reps try taking a step back from the wall and see if you can recreate the position!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ 👊 Was this helpful? Tag a friend below and share!⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ 🤔 Have a question/comment? Drop a comment below!⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ -⠀⠀ #singlelegstrength #singlelegstability #balance #RDL #glutes #hamstrings⠀⠀ #strength #strengthtraining #strengthandconditioning #strengthcoach #training #gym #gymlife #weightlifting #powerlifting #movement #movewell #workout #sportsperformance #fitness #fitfam #fitlife #fitspo #fitnessmotivation #fittip⠀

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Knee Extension

Quadriceps activation