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Hi Dr. Osar,
First great book! Congratulations… Second great article. And third, a practical question: if we feel the inferior glut max sorenes after a ketb swing series is a good or a bad thing? is it a sign that we used the lower fibers and avoided forward migration of the femoral head?
Pedro ( Brasil )
Thanks so much for the congrats. Glad you like the book – if you get the chance, could you write a review on it? That would be incredibly helpful. Regarding your question: yes, you do want to feel the inferior glutes after hip patterns like the swing. However, you must have someone palpate your hips to see where the femoral head is in acetabulum. More accomplished lifters such as yourself can activate the entire gluteal complex however end up still driving the femoral head forward within the acetabulum. Have a colleague help you out to determine whether or not you are able to centrate the hip during these patterns. Take care.
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