If you’re struggling with chronic back pain, tight hips and stretching hasn’t worked, there’s a reason for that. Most likely you’re not activating the right core musculature, particularly the TVA to properly stabilize your spine.
In this video we talk about the importance of activation before building muscle and why it’s often the most overlooked aspect of training.
When Jamie and I started working on the squat he had spent years struggling with this foundational movement. Convinced that his hips were just too tight, or structural limitations in his body would forever prevent him from improving, he felt frustrated and confused.
By working on the right activations, much to his surprise, in just a few sessions Jamie transformed his squat.
If you’re spending years working hard to improve your mobility and it’s yielding little results, it’s not you that’s broken. It’s the model you’re using.
If you’re wanting to dramatically improve your core strength and get more flexible at the same time, make sure you’re working on activation, not just going through the motions.
Knowing where to activate, and in what sequence means the difference between working hard with little to show for it vs. working smart and riding week after week of momentum and improvement.
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