Reverse plank hinch

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Level: 1 2
Region:

Hips, Glutes, Back

Starting position:

Ground facing the anchor point

Strap length:

Mid-calf length

Functional classification:

Strength

Description:

Lying on your back, arms out diagonally with palms up. Left foot in the strap, leg straight, right foot on the floor.
Lift your pelvis in line with your body;
Do a hinch with your right foot.
Repeat the same on the other leg.
Hip flexion angle is 90 degrees;
Hold the pelvis at the bottom point.

Recommended load:

8x

Benefits of exercise

Hinch in the reverse level 1 bar on FISIO functional hinges

This is a coordination exercise aimed at developing balance and strengthening the muscles of the hips, back and buttocks. The exercise works out the entire back of the body, paying special attention to the buttocks and hamstrings.  The position of the hands on the floor allows you to reduce the load on the target muscles by increasing contact with the support surface.

Performing a "hinch" in the reverse bar position allows you to increase the load on the muscles of the active leg and use many stabilizers that prevent the rotation of the pelvis at the time of performing this movement. This is an excellent exercise to increase leg strength and strengthen body stabilizers.

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