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...Take Home Points on Best Way of Improving Hip Range of Motion in Swimmers Static stretching improves hip range of motion. Spine disassociation training also improves hip range...

...velocities at the hip and knee and external rotation of the tibia relative to the femur repeated in excessive amounts might be the primary cause for the medial synovitis documented...

...this hand). Both arms begins to abduct (come apart) from the head. Head remains fixed. Right hip flexion and knee flexion while the left hip appears to extend. Frame 4:...

...Last week we discussed the importance of hip rotation in breastroke, both for performance and for injury resistance. This week we’ll explore four critical aspects of dryland training to...

...The incidence of hip abnormalities are dramatically increasing in all athletes. In swimmers, the breast kick is the most provocative to the hip joint, as the femoral head...

...Continuing our theme of exploring the unique physical characteristics of elite swimmers, this week we’ll look at hip internal and external rotation in breaststroke. There’s an old adage...

...Bret and Chris’ new guide, Hip Extension Torque: A Scientific Guide to the Posterior Chain. Although the word “Scientific” often scares many coaches away, this guide is a shining example...

...of freestyle: Shoulder Driven: This technique initiates freestyle from the shoulders, using the shoulder rotation to optimize distance per stroke and stroke length. Hip Driven: This technique uses an iniation...

...facing aceabulum (cup) of the hip joint faces more posteriorly and can pinch (pincer) the femur during end range hip flexion and IR. 3. What were the main discussions of...

...with. A proper turn requires the following: Core strength Hip Mobility Ankle Mobility Hip Strength Thoracic Mobility These are the mandatory movements for a proper turn. Here are some tips...

   
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