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Better Hip Extension Series (3 of 3)

In this series we’ll look at a few different strategies we like to use for improving someone’s hip extension.

The last step (click for step onetwo) we want to progress to higher level hip extension exercises that can be trained with intensity.

This will help translate to general strength and power which aligns with most client goals to be a better human and athlete.

Here are the last two videos for better hip extension…

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Lee Taft Podcast Interview

Trevor, Doug, and Greg were fortunate to spend some time talking shop with world-renowned physical preparation coach and good friend Lee Taft.

Lee had recently completed our Movement Foundations Online Course and had some follow-up questions for each of Resilient’s team members.

We highly recommend Lee’s work to all professionals from physical therapists to strength and conditioning coaches to help improve sports performance with their patients and clients.

We dive into topics including Resilient’s history, complexity theory, proximal joint position and how it affects distal limb movement, breathing, change of direction, and more. Check it out below.

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GIRD Doesn’t Matter

In baseball sports medicine there has existed a mythical creature known as Glenohumeral Internal Rotation Deficit (GIRD) since before I was born. It’s considered normal for throwing athletes to present with some abnormal shoulder range of motion (ROM) findings. But just how Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) tells me nothing more than someone’s knee hurts, GIRD simply tells me, “these shoulders don’t match.”

I don’t even want to get into defining GIRD because that’s the point of this article. It doesn’t matter and here’s why.

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