External Rotation To Create Stability In The Squat.

Impairments in lower extremity movements are usually characterized by excessive foot pronation (i.e. flat foot), increased knee valgus (i.e. tibia internally rotated, femur internally rotated and adducted or “knock-kneed”), and increased movement at the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPHC) during functional movements (Clark, Luccett, & Sutton, 2014). When performing a squat, the generation of external rotation allowsContinue reading “External Rotation To Create Stability In The Squat.”