Proper form is of the upmost importance with any form of movement. Below you will see a video breaking down the proper exercise technique as well as common mistakes made with kettle bell and body weight exercises.
I go through the RDL, single leg RDL, push-ups, planks, presses and more.
The common denominator? Keeping a neutral spine, engaged core and tight lats.
The poor performances of each exercise lack engaged lats, and I sink into lumbar extension (arching in the low back), or lumbar flexion (scaredy cat status). They may all look different, but these are the underlying issues + what is fixed in the “correct” exercise technique.
Take peek at the video and break down my movements. Maybe watch it a few times, pause it, analyze it. Watching video is a GREAT way to get better at understanding movement + improving your own movement.
Have at it!
Are you familiar with or even guilty of some of these DO NOT’s? It’s okay, I am not here to judge, I am here to help.
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