Tag Archives: Glute
Hip Rotator Cuff

Hip Rotator Cuff

Learn how different muscles groups of the hip have different roles in providing movement and stabilization, and what to do about it.

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Reactive Neuromuscular Training for Dynamic Stabilization of the Lower Extremity

A Simple Dynamic Stability Exercise for the Leg [Video Demo]

This video demonstrates simple reactive neuromuscular training (RNT) drills to enhance dynamic stability of the lower extremity.

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going injuries in hockey players

Groin Injuries in Hockey Players

Groin injuries are common, especially in hockey. To treat effectively, you must consider alignment, imbalances, and triplanar function.

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Hip Clam Exercise with a Plus - Mike Reinold

Simple Tweak to Maximize the Hip Clam Exercise

Really turn on the glutes during this simple tweak to the hip clam exercise and feel your gluteus maximus and gluteus medius burn!

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Leg Power Baseball Pitching

Are Leg Strength and Power Important to Baseball Pitching?

Proper sequencing of the kinetic chain & focus on the development of leg strength and power are important to consider in baseball pitching.

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Working the Glutes in 3D

Working the Glutes in 3D

A common limiting factor in program design is working on isolated movement patterns, you really need to start thinking about muscles in 3D.

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Skater Squats, Sleep and Injuries, and Leon Chaitow in Boston Next Year

This week’s Stuff You Should Read comes from Ben Bruno, Med Page Today, and Leon Chaitow.

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Rotational Power Training for Athletes

Training Rotational Power in Athletes

Several weeks ago I was in San Francisco and stopped by TRX to see my friends Brian Bettendorf and Pete Holman.  We had a great time sharing thoughts and exercise techniques.   TRX Rip Trainer Pete Holman is the Director of Rip Training at TRX and original creator of the Rip Trainer.   Many are […]

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