Squat

Is Hip Mobility Holding You Back? In order to get into a good squat position you need hip mobility. For a box squat squat or squat to parallel (Thigh parallel to the ground) you need at least 90* of hip flex. If you want to do a full squat with your ass to the grass, you will need even more (110-130*). A simple

Squat Mobility vs Squat Stability Is your squat feeling funky? Fix your squat by either working on your mobility or stability. If you're not sure whether it's a mobility or a stability issue read on. This is the first blog article in a series of 4 to help you fix your squat. It will help you diagnose what is the main limiting factor

Intro: Do you have Stubborn pain at the bottom of the knee cap, that just won't go away? You've foam rolled out your quads. You've stretched your hip flexors. Or you've smashed out some Glute activation drills only for your dreaded knee pain to linger. Now it's time to work on the final piece of the puzzle, and fix your knee pain once

Intro Are you struggle with deep squat mobility? Do you struggle to sit in the bottom of a squat without falling backwards? Does falling forwards when going below parallel in a squat sound familiar?  Maybe you need to work on your squat mobility and movement patterning rather then smashing out hours and hours of mobility work.  PSST . . . Heres a FREEBIE I made

Save Your Squat The ability to create tension when we are loading a joint will create stability and decrease our chances or injury. Save your squat: a common fault is to turn the knees out so far we place the gluteals at a mechanical disadvantage, practically switching them off, and making it a quad dominant exercise. With the feet turned out with often start