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09/21/2014 at 10:54 am #75270
Shannon cupp Cupp
A good place to start is hip flexion. I think it’s pro-episode #73 – 2 deadly effective mobs there.
Keep working on that motor control and bracing sequence. However, if you are missing some active flexion, your back will round to give slack.
What else? Smash high hammies with a ball, voodoo floss the groin area while working on flexion, and I’d look upstream in the t-spine to give that lumbar some slack, and check out that anterior chain smashing psoas, quads, then couch stretch the crap out it.