So we’re 4 videos into our modification series:
In this video we talk squatting and hip pain. Having some hip pain or “pinching” in the front of the hip is commonly thought of as normal tightness. Well, Dr. Ryan Debell and myself tend to disagree. This “tightness” or pinch in the front of the hip could just be the hip running out of motion at the bottom of the squat and impinging structures in the front of the hip. Over time this can become painful. Don’t let this happen to you! In this video Ryan and I talk some easy modifications you can make on the spot to reduce this “tightness” and get squatting again pain free.
Fixing the pinchy hip recap:
So there you have it, super simple. Next time your athlete says they’re getting some pinching in the front of the hip when squatting you’ll know how to fix this.
Want to learn more about how you can systematically modify exercises for athletes in pain? Check out Dr. Debell and my online course.
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Still Talking Squats,
Dan Pope DPT, OCS, CSCS, CF L1
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How to Modify the Squat With Hip Pain
Why Modifying Exercise for Pregnant and Postpartum Women is Mandatory and How to Do It
The Ultimate Guide to Getting Out of Hip Pain and Back to Squatting, Deadlifting and Olympic Lifts
Assessing Hip Mobility For Squatting – Individual Differences And Training Considerations
5 Easy Tricks to Try When Athletes Have Painful Pinchy Hips in the Bottom of a Squat
A Deep Investigation into the Safety and Performance of the Deep Squat: Part 5 – Hip Health, Should we Squat With the Toes Straight Ahead?
Why Do My Hips Hurt When I Squat? Femoral Acetabular Impingement: Part 4