Want hip strength and stability?
The single-leg deadlift is a great way to accomplish this, as well as reduce risk of hamstring strains. We use these during Physical Therapy and sport rehabilitation and training frequently with our athletes.
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Warm up your glutes for deadlifting!
Here's a great drill we use at ClinicalAthlete Newport with our athletes:
Want to improve shoulder flexibility?
Be careful about mindlessly stretching. If you are going to stretch your shoulders, do it this way:
Do your hamstrings feel tight?
Do you think you have poor hamstring flexibility?
Instead of stretching for hours on end, try these drills:
- Alex GDr. Quinn Henoch is amazing! It's refreshing to meet a health care professional that practices what he preaches. My back pain is diminishing and getting stronger day by day. Wish I would have gone sooner. Thanks Quinn.
- Max LDr. Quinn Henoch is an incredible physical therapist and coach. I have been struggling for 3 years with chronic upper back pain and had previously visited with countless doctors (neuro, pain management, etc.) and had worked with 2 other physical therapists without finding any relief. Quinn gave me hope and encouragement and most of all some invaluable tools to work towards a better life. Within the first month of working with Quinn, I found myself happier and stronger and I was living with less pain than ever before. What a gift he gave me. Thank you so much, Quinn.
- Kyle CClinical Athlete and Dr. Quinn provided what might be the best medical/healthcare interaction I have experienced. Quinn's causal but knowledgeable approach gave me the confidence that I am not actually broken, I just need to make adjustments in my approach. He gave me all the tools that I needed to reach the goals I've set for myself. If I ever find myself in a position where I need PT care, I will not go anywhere else.