The hip hinge is one of the most important exercises for trainees to learn before starting squats, deadlifts, kettlebell swings and for general, proper day-to-day movement.
Using a dowel rod and a wall, have the trainee stand a foot’s length from the wall, holding the rod against the body in three points: head, thoracic spine, and sacrum. The goal is to touch the wall with the buttocks while maintaining contact at all times with the three points.
This is a simple exercise but crucial to learning proper technique for weight-training exercises and good physical posture.
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Amit G. Alon