Mobility Exercise to Improve your Bottom Position For Weightlifting

Increased movement and mobility in the bottom position will enable you to create a more stable catching position and base for all lifts.

“Here is an exercise to make sure that the hips and toes are ready for a weightlifting session. When you sit back in the bottom position you have to be low and in good control.” Erik Lau Kelner

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