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….and perhaps even losing ground.
Are you warming up enough for the movements you will be performing?
You are seeing an issue with your hamstrings, but it doesn’t sound like this is where the issue starts.
Are you in an organized start position, breathing properly, maintaining good positioning throughout your movement patterns/technique?
We’ve all seen the demo where it looks like the person has tight hamstrings and after getting organized and exhaling the breath the hamstring range improves alot.
Have you looked up/down stream of your hams?
Pro Episode # 21 – Pro-User Request Friday: Not Seeing The Change? You Need a Systems Approach.
Kaitlin, Thanks for the link and your input.
Have you had another person smash your hams and quads for you?
I would recommend this.
Is there a coach that could look at your movement patterns/technique and help make a mobility program?
Where do you live?
Have you asked other people who they see?
to be done after training
Daily Rx Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014
i’ll add this – if nothing else seems to work, i’d definitely go to Kaitlin’s suggestion of looking at your torso organization.
Thanks again [both of you] for the input.