In this video, Institute of Motion Programming Officer, Function First’s Head Fitness Coach & Movement Masterminds Educator Derrick Price shows how a simple anterior lunge can provide the movement professional enormous amounts of biomechanical insights regarding a clients successes, and/or limitations.
Derrick provides a real-life example of movement compensations that can occur when the hips and pelvis are unable to move in opposing directions at the same time. The S.I joint may not have much movement, but whole body kinematics depends heavily on the motion occurring at both sacroiliac joints.
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