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Tilting: How To Fix A Painful Groin Pectineus Adductor Longus SQUAT Gracilis UNIVRHBITY Step 3: Activate Glute Medius (Lateral Butt) Here's a quick 3️⃣ step process to fixing groin pain 👇🏼 . Step 1️⃣: Grab a foam roller as shown with your leg propped on top. Stay close to your inner hip so you can hit the groin muscles. Too low and you'll end up on the inner part of your quads (VMO)❌. Roll SLOWLY for 2 minutes, pausing when you find a painful spot. You can then flex you leg up and down as shown✅ . Step 2️⃣: Lightly stretch your groin with the lateral lunge. Keep a vertical torso & a neutral pelvis (no anterior pelvic tilt!). I often see people do this stretch with a forward lean in their torso. This can often lead to stretching the hamstrings also, so by keeping you chest tall you can better focus on the groin ✅ . Step 3️⃣: we then want to activate the lateral glutes. When this area doesn't fire correctly (poor coordination) or is plain weak, it can lead to over reliance on the groin & pain. In the position shown, pick your knee off the floor SLIGHTLY. Lift it too much and it will cause your torso to tilt or side bend. This will then cause you to active your TFL & QL (a small muscle in your back) when we only want to focus on activating the glute medius. Keep your foot completely flat on the ground as well✅This should bring out a good 🔥in your lateral glutes. ___________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. ________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym exercisescience fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip nike adidas lift mobility
Tilting: How To Fix
 A Painful Groin
 Pectineus
 Adductor Longus
 SQUAT
 Gracilis
 UNIVRHBITY
 Step 3: Activate Glute Medius (Lateral Butt)
Here's a quick 3️⃣ step process to fixing groin pain 👇🏼 . Step 1️⃣: Grab a foam roller as shown with your leg propped on top. Stay close to your inner hip so you can hit the groin muscles. Too low and you'll end up on the inner part of your quads (VMO)❌. Roll SLOWLY for 2 minutes, pausing when you find a painful spot. You can then flex you leg up and down as shown✅ . Step 2️⃣: Lightly stretch your groin with the lateral lunge. Keep a vertical torso & a neutral pelvis (no anterior pelvic tilt!). I often see people do this stretch with a forward lean in their torso. This can often lead to stretching the hamstrings also, so by keeping you chest tall you can better focus on the groin ✅ . Step 3️⃣: we then want to activate the lateral glutes. When this area doesn't fire correctly (poor coordination) or is plain weak, it can lead to over reliance on the groin & pain. In the position shown, pick your knee off the floor SLIGHTLY. Lift it too much and it will cause your torso to tilt or side bend. This will then cause you to active your TFL & QL (a small muscle in your back) when we only want to focus on activating the glute medius. Keep your foot completely flat on the ground as well✅This should bring out a good 🔥in your lateral glutes. ___________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. ________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym exercisescience fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip nike adidas lift mobility

Here's a quick 3️⃣ step process to fixing groin pain 👇🏼 . Step 1️⃣: Grab a foam roller as shown with your leg propped on top. Stay close...

Tilting: Those genetics The Franco head tilt will lighten any morning 😍
Tilting: Those genetics
The Franco head tilt will lighten any morning 😍

The Franco head tilt will lighten any morning 😍

Tilting: Why do dogs tilt their heads?
Tilting: Why do dogs tilt their heads?

Why do dogs tilt their heads?

Tilting: overly Rounded Neutral Spine @drjacob. harden DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE TRAINING YOUR CORE The most common cue given to fix anterior pelvic tilt is to learn to posterior tilt. And that's 👍 great advice. But it can be taken too far. While we need to tilt back, it should only be to neutral, 🚧 not past it. When I see people doing core work, I often find them pulling into a full posterior tilt and a flattened to even rounded low back. 🙅 THAT'S NOT WHAT WE WANT! If the goal with posture and athletic movements is to be neutral, we need to strengthen and stabilize neutral. That means having a lumbar curve. (NOTE: If the goal is to be strong in the hollow position or with more psoterior tilt, then the check and X would switch. All about context.) We need to train for the goal, which in the case of fixing APT, is to hold a neutral spine. Many of you will find that you are not very strong in a true neutral and that 3 minute plank quickly becomes 30 seconds, especially when you start controlling your 😥 breathing as well. We rely on the crunching of the abs and the rounded position to help us resist extension. Instead, in this case, we need to maintain our lumbar curve and integrate 🌐 360° of core musculature to hold our position. So long story short: One faulty position can't fix another. If you want to maintain a neutral spine in your posture and under load, you have to strengthen that position. Train for the goal. Do you want to see a 🎬 video tomorrow of how to set up and execute a proper plank? Let me know below! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
Tilting: overly Rounded
 Neutral Spine
 @drjacob. harden
DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE TRAINING YOUR CORE The most common cue given to fix anterior pelvic tilt is to learn to posterior tilt. And that's 👍 great advice. But it can be taken too far. While we need to tilt back, it should only be to neutral, 🚧 not past it. When I see people doing core work, I often find them pulling into a full posterior tilt and a flattened to even rounded low back. 🙅 THAT'S NOT WHAT WE WANT! If the goal with posture and athletic movements is to be neutral, we need to strengthen and stabilize neutral. That means having a lumbar curve. (NOTE: If the goal is to be strong in the hollow position or with more psoterior tilt, then the check and X would switch. All about context.) We need to train for the goal, which in the case of fixing APT, is to hold a neutral spine. Many of you will find that you are not very strong in a true neutral and that 3 minute plank quickly becomes 30 seconds, especially when you start controlling your 😥 breathing as well. We rely on the crunching of the abs and the rounded position to help us resist extension. Instead, in this case, we need to maintain our lumbar curve and integrate 🌐 360° of core musculature to hold our position. So long story short: One faulty position can't fix another. If you want to maintain a neutral spine in your posture and under load, you have to strengthen that position. Train for the goal. Do you want to see a 🎬 video tomorrow of how to set up and execute a proper plank? Let me know below! MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

DON'T MAKE THIS MISTAKE TRAINING YOUR CORE The most common cue given to fix anterior pelvic tilt is to learn to posterior tilt. And that'...

Tilting: FRONT RACK POSITION? USE TO WARM-UP FOR FRONT SQUATS, CLEAN& JERKS If you want to move efficiently during your clean & jerk or thruster (ANYONE DOING THE CROSSFIT OPEN 17.5 WORKOUT) you must establish a solid front rack position. Your elbows need to be pushed up & out, with your hands outside shoulder width (this is an externally rotated position). This arm position will allow you to efficiently drive the bar into a stable overhead position (which means you'll create more power & waste less energy). Start this stretch kneeling next to a bench or high box. Keep your elbows together (as much as possible). Pull your hands as wide as possible. Next, tuck your hips under yourself (posterior tilt) as you pull your chest back & down (similar to the prayer stretch). Doing this will bring out a good stretch in the lats (sides of your back) & for some in the shoulder as well. Try not to arch your low back!! Hold this stretch for 5-10 seconds & do 5 rounds. Re-test your front rack & see if you can get into a better position after. This will tell you if this exercise is right for your body! __________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. __________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip mobility USAW physicaltherapy lifting crossfitter 17point5 crossfitopen
Tilting: FRONT RACK POSITION?
 USE TO WARM-UP FOR
 FRONT SQUATS, CLEAN& JERKS
If you want to move efficiently during your clean & jerk or thruster (ANYONE DOING THE CROSSFIT OPEN 17.5 WORKOUT) you must establish a solid front rack position. Your elbows need to be pushed up & out, with your hands outside shoulder width (this is an externally rotated position). This arm position will allow you to efficiently drive the bar into a stable overhead position (which means you'll create more power & waste less energy). Start this stretch kneeling next to a bench or high box. Keep your elbows together (as much as possible). Pull your hands as wide as possible. Next, tuck your hips under yourself (posterior tilt) as you pull your chest back & down (similar to the prayer stretch). Doing this will bring out a good stretch in the lats (sides of your back) & for some in the shoulder as well. Try not to arch your low back!! Hold this stretch for 5-10 seconds & do 5 rounds. Re-test your front rack & see if you can get into a better position after. This will tell you if this exercise is right for your body! __________________________________ Squat University is the ultimate guide to realizing the strength to which the body is capable of. The information within these pages are provided to empower you to become a master of your physical body. Through these teachings you will find what is required in order to rid yourself of pain, decrease risk for injury, and improve your strength and athletic performance. __________________________________ Squat SquatUniversity Powerlifting weightlifting crossfit training wod workout gym fit fitfam fitness fitspo oly olympicweightlifting hookgrip mobility USAW physicaltherapy lifting crossfitter 17point5 crossfitopen

If you want to move efficiently during your clean & jerk or thruster (ANYONE DOING THE CROSSFIT OPEN 17.5 WORKOUT) you must establish a s...

Tilting: Anterior Pelvic Tilt Correction Tight Weak erector spinae abdominal Weak Tight iliopsoas gluteus maximus adrjacob harden quaddoc IS YOUR SHOULDER CAUSING YOUR ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT? When we ▶ started this series, I mentioned that Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) is more of a stability issue than a mobility one. Let's explore that a bit. There are some common compensation patterns that we see in the body. One of those is hyperextension and APT when going 🙆 overhead. Shoulder mobility plays into this, but so does anterior core stability. If you remember back to the 🎥 lat stretch video, that will take care of the mobility issues. This one, as demonstrated by @quaddoc, will build the stability for you. Raising the arms up and extending the back occur along the same 🚈 motion path in the sagittal plane. So it's easy for one movement to assist the other. But when we don't want that extension, we need the stability and strength to 👊 fight it. That's where your anterior core comes in. The abs and obliques keep the ribs from flaring upwards and act as the brakes on spinal extension. So when you 🏋 lift heavy things overhead, they keep the motion at the shoulder and not at the spine. When we do this drill, we want to maintain NEUTRAL. We're diving into this more tomorrow night, but going into a posterior tilt won't fix an anterior one. 🤔 I'm gonna let you all think on that one. We show these drills standing but you can ⏮ regress to kneeling or half kneeling if necessary. Then move on to the band and start building up some strength. Try it out. 😉 It's harder than it looks. MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
Tilting: Anterior
 Pelvic Tilt
 Correction
 Tight
 Weak
 erector
 spinae
 abdominal
 Weak
 Tight
 iliopsoas
 gluteus
 maximus
 adrjacob harden
 quaddoc
IS YOUR SHOULDER CAUSING YOUR ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT? When we ▶ started this series, I mentioned that Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) is more of a stability issue than a mobility one. Let's explore that a bit. There are some common compensation patterns that we see in the body. One of those is hyperextension and APT when going 🙆 overhead. Shoulder mobility plays into this, but so does anterior core stability. If you remember back to the 🎥 lat stretch video, that will take care of the mobility issues. This one, as demonstrated by @quaddoc, will build the stability for you. Raising the arms up and extending the back occur along the same 🚈 motion path in the sagittal plane. So it's easy for one movement to assist the other. But when we don't want that extension, we need the stability and strength to 👊 fight it. That's where your anterior core comes in. The abs and obliques keep the ribs from flaring upwards and act as the brakes on spinal extension. So when you 🏋 lift heavy things overhead, they keep the motion at the shoulder and not at the spine. When we do this drill, we want to maintain NEUTRAL. We're diving into this more tomorrow night, but going into a posterior tilt won't fix an anterior one. 🤔 I'm gonna let you all think on that one. We show these drills standing but you can ⏮ regress to kneeling or half kneeling if necessary. Then move on to the band and start building up some strength. Try it out. 😉 It's harder than it looks. MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

IS YOUR SHOULDER CAUSING YOUR ANTERIOR PELVIC TILT? When we ▶ started this series, I mentioned that Anterior Pelvic Tilt (APT) is more of...

Tilting: 1 Minute Core Routine Push Up March YOUR NEW FAVORITE CORE ROUTINE For this edition of 💃 Move Better Monday, we're building our foundation. The core is meant to react to motion and provide a stable base upon which you can produce movement through your 🚂 "engine joints", the hips and shoulders. This is an example of a routine I incorporate into my own training to build real core stability. Like I said above, the goal is to build a stable base which you can 🔁 move around. So something like holding a static plank doesn't really do that for us because your body never has to 🌊 react to a changing environment. They're a good starting point, but you need to move past it eventually. Every movement in this routine challenges you to react to changes in shoulder and-or hip position while maintaining a ⚖ neutral spine and pelvis. Note that I say NEUTRAL. That means having a slight curve in the low back, 🙅 not rounding yourself into a flat back and posterior pelvic tilt, which I see all too often. Run through this routine, starting with 4 reps per movement per side and repeating 3 rounds. You may not be perfect at it to start but once you can make it through 4 to 5 rounds with ease, you're guaranteed to have a much much 💪 stronger core. Try it with a friend and then tag me in a post or story of you doing it so I can throw out some emoji 🖑 high fives! . 🎵 - F. MILLS - Winner's Circle MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody
Tilting: 1 Minute
 Core Routine
 Push Up
 March
YOUR NEW FAVORITE CORE ROUTINE For this edition of 💃 Move Better Monday, we're building our foundation. The core is meant to react to motion and provide a stable base upon which you can produce movement through your 🚂 "engine joints", the hips and shoulders. This is an example of a routine I incorporate into my own training to build real core stability. Like I said above, the goal is to build a stable base which you can 🔁 move around. So something like holding a static plank doesn't really do that for us because your body never has to 🌊 react to a changing environment. They're a good starting point, but you need to move past it eventually. Every movement in this routine challenges you to react to changes in shoulder and-or hip position while maintaining a ⚖ neutral spine and pelvis. Note that I say NEUTRAL. That means having a slight curve in the low back, 🙅 not rounding yourself into a flat back and posterior pelvic tilt, which I see all too often. Run through this routine, starting with 4 reps per movement per side and repeating 3 rounds. You may not be perfect at it to start but once you can make it through 4 to 5 rounds with ease, you're guaranteed to have a much much 💪 stronger core. Try it with a friend and then tag me in a post or story of you doing it so I can throw out some emoji 🖑 high fives! . 🎵 - F. MILLS - Winner's Circle MyodetoxOrlando Myodetox FutureproofYourBody

YOUR NEW FAVORITE CORE ROUTINE For this edition of 💃 Move Better Monday, we're building our foundation. The core is meant to react to mot...

Tilting: SNAPPING /CLICKING HIPS? TRY THIS STRETCH @HartRehab lliopectineal eminence The tight hip flexor tendon can sometimes lead to an uncomfortable snapping back and forth over a part of the pelvis. DO YOUR HIPS CLICK OR SNAP? 😳 MYOliftingseries . Let's discuss the hip flexors. We know they have a role in low back pain and anterior pelvic tilt. But how about CLICKING or SNAPPING you feel in the hips?😫 . As highlighted in the picture by @hartrehab, a snapping feeling in the front area of the hip-groin region could be from the tendons of the illiacus-psoas muscles that are rolling over something called the ILIOPECTINEAL EMINENCE (say that one 5 times fast 😐) as the ILIOPOAS BURSA may be inflammed. . This issue is called INTERNAL IMPINGEMENT of the hip. There are others which I will discuss later on.😜 . So imagine this issue occuring during your squat, stairs, or even simply walking throughout your day - not too fun is it? In hip flexion (deep squat) the tendon is lateral to this "eminence" and then going into extension causes it to go medial. This produces a feeling of snapping or sometimes even an audible sound.👂🏼 . To help with this, you can try the stretches posted by @hartrehab in the last few days. In addition, try out this quick hip distraction drill-stretch to see if it helps! . SETUP 1️⃣Wrap the band around something steady and then around your leg as in the picture 2️⃣Slide it all the way up as high as it can go 3️⃣Go into a PIGEON POSE (yoga) by folding your leg under your body so that your shin is running perpendicular to your spine 4️⃣Slowly lower your hips backwards as if you're going further into the stretch 5️⃣Posteriorly tilt your pelvis as we've discussed previously 6️⃣Move around slightly to find the position that works best for you! 7️⃣Breathe, and relax 👌🏼💆🏻‍♂️💆🏽 . ⚠️DISCLAIMER: A less prevalent but more serious issue may be something within the hip joint itself (ie - issue with the labrum or potentially the overall structure of your hip joint). . Tag someone who has issues in their squat or nagging clicking in the hips! Myodetox MyodetoxOrlando FutureproofYourBody
Tilting: SNAPPING /CLICKING HIPS?
 TRY THIS STRETCH
 @HartRehab
 lliopectineal
 eminence
 The tight hip flexor tendon can
 sometimes lead to an uncomfortable
 snapping back and forth over a part
 of the pelvis.
DO YOUR HIPS CLICK OR SNAP? 😳 MYOliftingseries . Let's discuss the hip flexors. We know they have a role in low back pain and anterior pelvic tilt. But how about CLICKING or SNAPPING you feel in the hips?😫 . As highlighted in the picture by @hartrehab, a snapping feeling in the front area of the hip-groin region could be from the tendons of the illiacus-psoas muscles that are rolling over something called the ILIOPECTINEAL EMINENCE (say that one 5 times fast 😐) as the ILIOPOAS BURSA may be inflammed. . This issue is called INTERNAL IMPINGEMENT of the hip. There are others which I will discuss later on.😜 . So imagine this issue occuring during your squat, stairs, or even simply walking throughout your day - not too fun is it? In hip flexion (deep squat) the tendon is lateral to this "eminence" and then going into extension causes it to go medial. This produces a feeling of snapping or sometimes even an audible sound.👂🏼 . To help with this, you can try the stretches posted by @hartrehab in the last few days. In addition, try out this quick hip distraction drill-stretch to see if it helps! . SETUP 1️⃣Wrap the band around something steady and then around your leg as in the picture 2️⃣Slide it all the way up as high as it can go 3️⃣Go into a PIGEON POSE (yoga) by folding your leg under your body so that your shin is running perpendicular to your spine 4️⃣Slowly lower your hips backwards as if you're going further into the stretch 5️⃣Posteriorly tilt your pelvis as we've discussed previously 6️⃣Move around slightly to find the position that works best for you! 7️⃣Breathe, and relax 👌🏼💆🏻‍♂️💆🏽 . ⚠️DISCLAIMER: A less prevalent but more serious issue may be something within the hip joint itself (ie - issue with the labrum or potentially the overall structure of your hip joint). . Tag someone who has issues in their squat or nagging clicking in the hips! Myodetox MyodetoxOrlando FutureproofYourBody

DO YOUR HIPS CLICK OR SNAP? 😳 MYOliftingseries . Let's discuss the hip flexors. We know they have a role in low back pain and anterior pe...