Bench sessions have been pretty good lately. And today was nothing different. But I did miss my last rep on the AMRAP set tho. The best part is that my form stayed mostly intact throughout the set. Probably gonna try my had at 110 kg for a 3RM next week.
100 kg x 7 reps
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My 2019 season of Footy Fitness work has all wrapped up. Some highlights included: U16s playing in the GF, U18s in the Prelim, leading the State U17 Fitness and assisting the Men’s State Team Fitness. Grateful for these opportunities brought to me from @westadelaidefc & the @sanfl_official & all of the commitment these athletes showed. Excited to see what next year brings 👊🏼
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When we first assess how well our infielders/athletes move we observe several different aspects. We start out by seeing if the athlete shows competency in the “Sagittal Plane” (Flexion & Extension - degrees of freedom). How well does the athlete “level change” or Squat? Is there restrictions within this pattern or energy leakage? And where? 🤔🧐 Once identified we address the areas of primary
concern .......If an Infielder cannot Hip-Hinge, this is of primary concern!!! Go 🔙 •
What is the Hip-Hinge? The Hip-Hinge pattern is when an athlete can separate or disassociate their hips from their spine! (Promoting movement via hips not Lower Back) Which is present in just about every single athletic movement there is. The Hip-Hinge is the bridge that promotes that promotes neuromuscular efficiency (proper muscle recruitment) of the posterior chain (glutes, hamstrings, lumbar erectors) or better known as the “Powerhouse”. •
The hip-hinge is what allows athletes to best utilize their gluteal muscles 🍑, the most powerful muscle complex in the human body. Also stabilizing the pelvis for efficient energy transfer from lower and upper body. Without pelvic control 😱😨, we
not only begin to leak tremendous power output but also promote increased movement at the lumbar vertebrae 🥴🤕. •
Lastly, rotational athletes generate power from the ground up, separation of the hips and shoulders and core rigidity & elasticity. Without properly locking out the spine (Hip-Hinge ✔️) we don’t let any of these potential power methods thrive. Leading to decreased performance and possible injuries. •
Here are a few of our favorite ways to educate the proper execution of the “Hip-Hinge” pattern. The resistance-band is added for kinesthetic awareness. The band tension helps promote the “down & back” action of the hips during hip flexion, while challenging the posterior chain and increasing musculature recruitment during hip extension.
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