Hip and lower leg flexion

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Level: 1 2 3
Region:

Shin, Hips

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. Feet in straps, above body level, under the anchor point.
Lift your pelvis;
Make a shin bend, feet in front of the anchor point.
Strong active plank;
Pay attention to the position of the feet at the peak point;
Knee angle 90 degrees."

Recommended load:

8x

Benefits of exercise

Hip and lower leg flexion of the 2nd level on FISIO functional hinges is performed with the feet fixed under the attachment point.

This functional exercise loads the buttocks, shin muscles and the entire back of the thighs well. The purpose of this exercise is to develop the muscles around the hips and buttocks, as well as strengthen and develop the hip joint, which provide a large amplitude of movement of the lower legs, namely flexion, stretching, retraction, reduction and rotation.

Insufficient flexibility of the back of the thigh affects the work of the knee joints and can make it difficult to perform various movements both in sports and in everyday life.

Regular exercise has a beneficial effect on the flexibility and tone of the leg muscles, helps reduce the risk of injury, strengthens the lower back muscles, which in general will preserve health and athletic longevity.

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