Glute Activation & Hip Mobility Routine >>Free Download [PDF] How to Perform the Stability Ball Hamstring Curl The start position for this hamstring exercise involves you […]
The hamstrings muscle group is formed by three major muscles: semitendinosus, semimembranosus and biceps femoris. With little variations in our positioning on the foam roller, we can target each one
In the short video below, I demonstrate a number of multiplanar variations I commonly use within a hamstring and hip flexor stretch…
The intense feeling or ‘burn’ behind the knee that many runners associate with feeling a hamstring stretch is often actually the feeling of increasing tension on the sciatic nerve as you lean forward… rather than the targeted hamstring muscles themselves.
When many runners consider muscle groups directly affecting knee stability, alignment and thus pain, thoughts turn to the glutes (externally rotating and abducting the hip) […]
I’ve noticed over the years that it’s quite common for many athletes and coaches to focus mainly on hip dominant hamstring exercises such as romanian deadlifts, single leg deadlifts, kettlebell swings and good-mornings. This in itself is no bad thing, as we want to develop the glutes and hamstrings to create a good string extensor mechanism of the hip.