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  • Reposted from @thephysiofix (@get_regrann) - 🍑Hip Impingement Rehab: in the Squat🍑
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🤔Do you have pinching, grinding or hip pain when squatting???
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❗️Several things can cause this so it’s important to do a thorough assessment and rule out one thing at a time like bony abnormalities, limited hip mobility, movement imbalances, muscle weakness and poor motor control at the bottom of the squat.
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💢For the sake of this post I’m going to focus on poor motor control aka femoral anterior glide syndrome of the hip which can cause anterior hip pain during the squat. Basically, the femur shifts too far forward in the acetabulum due to improper timing (or recruitment / motor control) of the glutes at the bottom of the squat which causes the pinching in the front part of the hip.
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Believe it or not, even the strongest barbell athletes have poor control of hip extension.
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🛑Why not strengthen the hamstrings?
🍰The hamstrings don’t exert any direct control over the femur during hip extension; their distal attachments are all below the knee. So, as you extend the hip, the hamstrings have no direct control over the head of the femur, and instead, the glute max has the important job of limiting the amount of anterior glide of the femur in the acetabulum...so without strong glutes and proper timing of the glutes we tend to get anterior hip impingement and pain when squatting.
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🔹The secret is to eliminate problematic exercises for the short-term, and in the meantime, focus on glute activation + strengthening drills!
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1️⃣ Supine Ball Push
2️⃣ Sidelying Ball Push
3️⃣ Hip Thrusters with Hip Circle
4️⃣ Bent Over Band Hip Extension (Straight + Bent)
5️⃣ Knee Propped Single Leg RDL
6️⃣ Supine Ankle Strap Hip Extension
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Use the first 2 as warmup drills before the squat and the last 4 as accessory exercises.
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#educacaofisica #fitness #treino #academia #fisioterapia #qualidadedevida #emagrecimento #nutricao  #treinamentofuncional #workout #esporte #pilates #corridaderua #personaltrainer #exercício #musculacao #saude #Curitiba #Futebol #Atletismo #UFPR #hipertrofia #forca #fisiologiadoexercicio #Mestre #mastersdegree #Football #Soccer #Crossfit Reposted from @thephysiofix (@get_regrann) - 🍑Hip Impingement Rehab: in the Squat🍑 — 🤔Do you have pinching, grinding or hip pain when squatting??? — ❗️Several things can cause this so it’s important to do a thorough assessment and rule out one thing at a time like bony abnormalities, limited hip mobility, movement imbalances, muscle weakness and poor motor control at the bottom of the squat. — 💢For the sake of this post I’m going to focus on poor motor control aka femoral anterior glide syndrome of the hip which can cause anterior hip pain during the squat. Basically, the femur shifts too far forward in the acetabulum due to improper timing (or recruitment / motor control) of the glutes at the bottom of the squat which causes the pinching in the front part of the hip. — Believe it or not, even the strongest barbell athletes have poor control of hip extension. — — 🛑Why not strengthen the hamstrings? 🍰The hamstrings don’t exert any direct control over the femur during hip extension; their distal attachments are all below the knee. So, as you extend the hip, the hamstrings have no direct control over the head of the femur, and instead, the glute max has the important job of limiting the amount of anterior glide of the femur in the acetabulum...so without strong glutes and proper timing of the glutes we tend to get anterior hip impingement and pain when squatting. — 🔹The secret is to eliminate problematic exercises for the short-term, and in the meantime, focus on glute activation + strengthening drills! — 1️⃣ Supine Ball Push 2️⃣ Sidelying Ball Push 3️⃣ Hip Thrusters with Hip Circle 4️⃣ Bent Over Band Hip Extension (Straight + Bent) 5️⃣ Knee Propped Single Leg RDL 6️⃣ Supine Ankle Strap Hip Extension — — Use the first 2 as warmup drills before the squat and the last 4 as accessory exercises. — — #educacaofisica #fitness #treino #academia #fisioterapia #qualidadedevida #emagrecimento #nutricao  #treinamentofuncional #workout #esporte #pilates #corridaderua #personaltrainer #exercício #musculacao #saude #curitiba #futebol #atletismo #ufpr #hipertrofia #forca #fisiologiadoexercicio #mestre #mastersdegree #football #soccer #crossfit
  • Reposted from @thephysiofix (@get_regrann) - 🍑Hip Impingement Rehab: in the Squat🍑 — 🤔Do you have pinching, grinding or hip pain when squatting??? — ❗️Several things can cause this so it’s important to do a thorough assessment and rule out one thing at a time like bony abnormalities, limited hip mobility, movement imbalances, muscle weakness and poor motor control at the bottom of the squat. — 💢For the sake of this post I’m going to focus on poor motor control aka femoral anterior glide syndrome of the hip which can cause anterior hip pain during the squat. Basically, the femur shifts too far forward in the acetabulum due to improper timing (or recruitment / motor control) of the glutes at the bottom of the squat which causes the pinching in the front part of the hip. — Believe it or not, even the strongest barbell athletes have poor control of hip extension. — — 🛑Why not strengthen the hamstrings? 🍰The hamstrings don’t exert any direct control over the femur during hip extension; their distal attachments are all below the knee. So, as you extend the hip, the hamstrings have no direct control over the head of the femur, and instead, the glute max has the important job of limiting the amount of anterior glide of the femur in the acetabulum...so without strong glutes and proper timing of the glutes we tend to get anterior hip impingement and pain when squatting. — 🔹The secret is to eliminate problematic exercises for the short-term, and in the meantime, focus on glute activation + strengthening drills! — 1️⃣ Supine Ball Push 2️⃣ Sidelying Ball Push 3️⃣ Hip Thrusters with Hip Circle 4️⃣ Bent Over Band Hip Extension (Straight + Bent) 5️⃣ Knee Propped Single Leg RDL 6️⃣ Supine Ankle Strap Hip Extension — — Use the first 2 as warmup drills before the squat and the last 4 as accessory exercises. — — #educacaofisica #fitness #treino #academia #fisioterapia #qualidadedevida #emagrecimento #nutricao  #treinamentofuncional #workout #esporte #pilates #corridaderua #personaltrainer #exercício #musculacao #saude #curitiba #futebol #atletismo #ufpr #hipertrofia #forca #fisiologiadoexercicio #mestre #mastersdegree #football #soccer #crossfit
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