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💥THE KINETIC CHAIN💥
This video is a great tool for visualizing force transfer through the lower quarter and how it affects alignment in the frontal plane of motion.
If you start by looking at the foot and focus on only when the right leg first contacts the ground, we see a rapid succession of events as force is attenuated by the body.
1️⃣ The foot pronates almost immediately after initial contact in order to absorb shock and allow the foot to conform to the running surface.
2️⃣ A split second later, the knee collapses inwardly (dynamic valgus) due to adduction of the hip joint to a maximum of 10-13 degrees.
3️⃣ As force travels up to the hip and pelvis, the last notable characteristic we can identify is a contralateral pelvic drop (CPD). Watch the blue marker on the left side of her pelvis. After the knees moves inward, the blue marker on the pelvis drops as the hip abductors on the right leg (primary gluteus medius) work very hard to try and keep the pelvis close to level.
All of these movements are normal in most people as the body absorbs impact when running. However, poor strength and/or motor control can lead to increased movement in these areas and be associated with pain in various spots throughout the lower quarter. Common issues include shin splints, tendinopathy, patellofemoral pain syndrome, IT band syndrome, trochanteric bursitis and low back pain, to name a few.
If you are a runner and have pain or worker with runners in pain, an easy way to analyze your mechanics is with your phone camera and by placing colorful sticky dots on the areas seen in this video. You don't necessarily need fancy software to pick up biomechanical tendencies that may be associated with someone's pain.
🤸♂🤸♂ The importance of stretching 🤸♀🤸♂
It's not enough to build muscle and achieve aerobic fitness. You need to think about flexibility too 🤷♀
You may think of stretching as something performed only by runners or gymnasts. But we all need to stretch in order to protect our mobility and independence. A lot of people don't understand that stretching has to happen on a regular basis. It should be done daily.
Why is it important? 🤔
Stretching keeps the muscles flexible, strong, and healthy, and we need that flexibility to maintain a range of motion in the joints. Without it, the muscles shorten and become tight. Then, when you call on the muscles for activity, they are weak and unable to extend all the way. That puts you at risk for joint pain, strains, and muscle damage 🤦♀
For example, sitting in a chair all day results in tight hamstrings in the back of the thigh. That can make it harder to extend your leg or straighten your knee all the way, which inhibits walking. Likewise, when tight muscles are suddenly called on for a strenuous activity that stretches them, such as playing tennis, they may become damaged from suddenly being stretched. Injured muscles may not be strong enough to support the joints, which can lead to joint injury 🙅
Where to start? .
With a body full of muscles, the idea of daily stretching may seem overwhelming. You don't have to stretch every muscle you have. The areas critical for mobility are in your lower extremities: your calves, your hamstrings, your hip flexors in the pelvis and quadriceps in the front of the thigh. Stretching your shoulders, neck, and lower back is also beneficial. Aim for a program of daily stretches or at least three or four times per week 🏃♀
The cumulative effect of stretching ➿
Stretching once today won't magically give you perfect flexibility. You'll need to do it over time and remain committed to the process. It may have taken you many months to get tight muscles, so you're not going to be perfectly flexible after one or two sessions. It takes weeks to months to get flexible, and you'll have to continue working on it to maintain it 💪 Consistency as always is key 🔑
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🔥SORE GLUTES! 🔥
I couldn’t get into CFWHL today - so I used a chair and followed the doctors orders.. and by doctor I mean Bob. 🤷🏼♀️
Since I can’t do FST to myself..... *crying*... this chair stretch will have to suffice. 💀
Вот в такой позе сегодня закончился мой трудово-ученический день. А как все весело начиналось, #русскийшпагат , обучение в @vippoledanceodessa и тут пошла жара .... @yuliya_burlaku 💗💗💗 мои тазобедренные суставы передают тебе привет 😂😂😂😂 обычно я ср своими девочками тоже делаю #плие и сижу в шпагате - сегодня я могла только сидеть на тумбе и лежать 😂😂😂 спасибо, дорогая!!! 💗💗💗 переход из широкой складки через жабку в шпагат я не забуду никогда 💗💗💗💗ощущения 🔥🔥🔥🔥 #stretching
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Stretching - это уже не работа, а смысл жизни. За 3 года он помог мне и морально, и физически. Только получая удовольствие от того, что ты делаешь и любя своё дело, ты влюбишь в него и всех остальных 💜
Мои тренировки продолжаются вт/чт 20:00
Жду на своих занятиях
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Tonight I did some ballet fitness, a mix of ballet, Pilates and yoga and it was SAVAGE😪 ballerinas are hardcore😂 so intense and so much fun, working to lean and lengthen now as well as working on my flexibility since I’m officially fed up of bulking. #ballet#pilates#yoga#stretching#physique
0 2117 minutes ago
Is it just us, or has this week been FLYING by?! 🙆🏻♀️ No matter how busy or rushed you may have been catching up after the long weekend, don’t underestimate the power of integrating stretching/self care into your daily routine 🙏🏼✨ #themovementboutique#movebetter#feelbetter#lookbetter
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Next up is targeting the hip flexor (psoas) muscle. This muscle runs from the middle of your thigh and originates on the lumber spine.
Again when this muscle becomes tight this can pull on your lower back and cause that dull pain.
Excessive sitting, such as in an office or car for long periods of time can cause this to become tight.
🔹Video 1 - use the lacrosse ball to find a tight spot. Hold the ball in place and place a kettlebell or dumbbell on the ball. Straighten and bend the leg as you do this.
Video 2 - Place the ball in tight spot and lie on top of it. Use your body weight as pressure and roll around that area.
Recovery is important, too! Try out these partner stretches post-workout on on your rest day.
IMPORTANT: Hold each stretch for a minimum of 30 seconds!
- Straddle stretch
- Hamstring stretch
- Back-to-back pectoral stretch
- Quad stretch - Lying figure-4 stretch
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btw, these past few videos are all prerecorded, I’m starting to run out of videos though :(
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