Glutes and hamstrings HAVE to stay really strong
These huge muscle groups of the leg are massive areas of deficiency in the majority of the population, leading to dysfunction and injury in the spine, hips, pelvis, hamstrings, knees, ankles, shoulders... well, everywhere since everything is connected. Also usually the biggest limiting factor in foundational strength that is necessary before progressing to training functional performance or developing skill (specifically in sports training). •
Movement performed is a :10 hold just before the end range of motion/right before the locked position of the knee, followed by 10 Glute Ham Raises, for 3 sets continuously. So, :10 hold, 10 reps, x 3. Rest 3:00, repeat for a total of 3 sets. This is the final :10 hold and 10 reps in the 3rd set, so I’m a bit gassed. Set would stop if the •
Methodic is referred to as Explosive Dynamic Isometrics, or “EDI”. Bare feet if possible and dig the toes into the plate. Posture should be straight from knee to shoulders with a neutral spine. Progressions usually need to be made to get here (found in P6 Beginner Training programs in blog in bio).
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