The three main points that we explore in the video are that letting the pelvis follow the rotation of the lumbar spine will...
- reduce the amount of torque at the sacroiliac joints,
- adduct the front hip and create a unique and valuable opportunity to stretch the hip abductors, lateral rotators, lateral hamstrings and iliotibial band, and
- create more freedom and ease in the neck and top shoulder.
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