If you’ve ever suffered an injury you know exactly how long the process could take. And the older we get the longer it takes. Trust me… I’m finding out.
These exercises in the video or not for a fresh injury. The squats on my kettle bell swings are shallow and wide. Are use hip thrust as much as possible and work on my coordination. With the kettle bell squats you’ll notice how I don’t go too deep it’s only to parallel and I stays as upright as possible. I also use the hip adductor machine. I’m very careful not to allow my hips to stretch too far open.
There’s a couple of other videos that I’ll feature in the next article; some stability exercises for the feet knees and hips.
A healthy dose of stretching opposing muscles, working stabilizers and slowly adding in compound movements as your strength and stability improve are all good advice for rehabilitating any injury.
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