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Übung: Hooklying - laufen

This Hip mobilization exercise trains dynamic stability in the pelvis and low back. The exercise can be integrated into warm-up and cool-down programs, as well as during mobilization training, or in rehab programs for athletes with hip stabilization deficiencies.

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Primär trainierten Muskelgruppen: The Hip flexors, and muscles of the deep back and pelvis.
Übungstechnik: The athlete begins the exercise by lying faceup on the ground with your arms to your sides, knees bent, and heels on the ground.
Draw your belly button in while maintaining a natural curve in your back.
Lift one knee toward your chest.
Return your knee to the starting position.
Repeat the movement with your opposite leg.
Continue alternating to complete the set.
Coaching Tip:
You should be able to breathe normally without feeling your ribcage expand.
Try to hold your pelvis still.
The athlete should attempt to prevent internal rotation of the foot / knee as they flex their hip. 
Optionen zur Übung Progression: The athlete can progress this exercise by increasing the number of reps and sets.  The athlete may also notice a difference in intensity when they prevent the foot / heel from returning to the floor at the end of each rep.

Übung Varianten:

Deadbug | Quadruped


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