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Sumo
Deadlift Reading the bodies indicators:

  • First Assessment Runners
    Stretch: Indicator unable to reach normal range of motion you go through
    your stretching routine and there is no change.
  • Second Assessment Cobra
    Pose: Indicator unable to reach normal range of motion you go through
    your stretching routine and there is no change.
    Feeling of compression in the lower back.
  • Third Assessment range of
    motion: Pain bending over or walking through the movements and feeling
    unstable.
  • Fourth
    Assessment Pelvic Tilt: Check to see if the hips are like a
    bucket of water tilted forward. Will the quads free up.

 

High
Risk Exercises: (Any lift with heavy weight can be high risk, what I use to
determine high risk are movements that I’ve seen commonly create
flare ups because of poor mechanics or hyper extension. Also because of the
immense stress it puts on the joint)

Thrusters

 High Pull

-Box Jumps landing off the box

-Glute Ham Raises

 Pistols