Better RUNNING: Train Posterior oblique sling (POS).

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💥Run efficiently! Train POS💥
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🎥This cross-body pattern comprising – the gluteus maximus, thoracolumbar fascia (TLF) and contralateral latissimus dorsi muscle – connects the shoulder with the opposite hip to facilitate running.
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Dysfunction in this system impacts on performance and increases injury risk.
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Common dysfunction can be seen with: Internally rotated hips. Knee pain. Sacroiliac pain. Lower back pain.
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🔑 > With balanced strength and mobility in your POS, your running efficiency will be improved and hence you’ll run better with less injuries!
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This exercise can be completed with bands or cables.
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💥To get in the groove with this one start lighter and work 2×15 ea side.
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Questions? Email me jeremy@summitpt.com.au. Share. Love. Tweet. Pin🔽🔽🔽

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