Posts Tagged ‘psoas activation’
Filed under: Article Summaries
Article Summary: Anterior Hip Joint Force Increases with Hip Extension, Decreased Gluteal Force, or Decreased Iliopsoas Force.
by Carson Boddicker on Mar 12th, 2010
Next up is a great piece from some of the brightest minds in human movement and therapeutic intervention via exercise. Today's summary is of: Lewis, Sahrmann, and Moran. "Anterior Hip Joint Force Increases with Hip Extension, Decreased Gluteal Force, or Decreased Iliopsoas Force." Journal of Biomechanics 40.16 (2007): 3725-731. Print. Introduction It is known that abnormal loading of the hip capsule can lead to subtle instability or an...
Filed under: coaching, corrective exercise, Running
Complete development: run fast for strong, healthy hips…
by Carson Boddicker on Feb 8th, 2010
Distance runners are an interesting group. I know no other group of athletes who are more willing to train for hours on end for improvements as small as a fraction of a second. Many are so dedicated to the sport of running, their entire training volume consists of running long miles with a few weekly sessions of higher intensity running over distances of 400 meters to several miles. While this does wonders for the energy systems required to r...