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Mobility Project – The Full Squat

Your homework for the day is to accumulate at least 10 minutes in the full squat. What we are trying to do here is to explore the bottom position in deep flexion to improve our hip and ankle mobility. It is important to have your feet facing forward with your knees turned out. If this hard for you then grab on to something until you improve this pattern.

Why is this important? Well it turns out that there is very little hip and lower back disease in
countries where people spend a lot of their day in this deep flexion position.




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  • Ty

    You’re the man. 
    When in this position do you have to enter pretty massive lumbar flexion? Do you have any suggestions on how to correct lumbar flexion at the bottom of a loaded back squat? Thanks for any help you can offer.

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