Creating a Stable Low Back with Better Hip Mechanics | Community Video

Knees Out | Deadlift | Low Back Pain


Hey MWodies,

Today’s mission is a good example of solving a very common low back problem by changing some hip mechanic motor control cues.  Turns out, creating a stable, high torque hip position creates a ton of mechanical stability for the pelvis (and by extension the lumbar spine).

Kstar

In This Video: Kelly discusses how to maintain stability in the hip, pelvis and lumbar spine with the knees out cue.

 

Click here for a video about working with hypermobile athletes (must be an m|wod pro subscriber)

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  6. Dustin Hjelle says:

    Thank you for this video & info! I have struggled with the same issue of overarching my back ever since I’ve started to work out. Needless to say, I have always seemed to struggle with some lower back tension after going heavy on squats & deads. Can’t wait to try this out!

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