WEIGHTLIFTING EXERCISE – Hip flows to Improve Internal Hip Rotation

Try this exercise to improve your movement for weightlifting and Crossfit. See if you can progress from the normal to the overhead version.

Erik Lau Kelner “First side to side for a combined twenty reps and then ten more reps attacking the worst side. The guys who could do the first round somewhat comfortably got to do twenty more reps with a stick overhead, which helps to avoid rotation of the upper body and thereby makes it more challenging.”

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