In Part 1 we went over how to assess hip internal rotation and how it’s an overlooked key to squatting. This week we’ll go over my favorite exercises to correct hip internal rotation deficits. These fit well into a warm-up, cool-down, between sets of an exercise or on a completely different occasion. Enjoy.
If you’ve got IR like me then you need these exercises,
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