Dynamic Glute Soft Tissue Mobilization

Dynamic Glute Soft Tissue Mobilization

Here is one of my go to hip STM techniques prior to working out or when I am sore from a mean leg day. FYI no muscles were released here, nothing detached people, everything is still connectedย ๐Ÿ˜‚. Performing STM can improve range of motion short term, and can decrease perceived muscle soreness after a workout, so why notย ๐Ÿ™ƒย Instructions belowย โคต๏ธ   Use any piece of equipment you have handy (medicine ball shown here) and get it set up right on yourย ๐Ÿ‘. The most important thing, donโ€™t just sit thereย โžก๏ธย MOVEโ€ผ๏ธย Mimic what I am doing in the video.โ€ฏ   Moving with STM is so important for a few reasons. It makes it more active vs. passive (we like to promote movement). It tends to make it more comfortable and tolerable, especially if youโ€™re on a tender/sore spot. After youโ€™re done performing the STM with movement, general movement after (walking, squatting down, etc) more than likely will feel less sore and more tolerableโ€ผ๏ธPerform 30-60s max each side.
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