Half-kneeling is perhaps the richest movement intervention that I use clinically and in sports training to address asymmetrical development or dysfunction. The rotation drill shown here in this clip gives people a stepping stone to help them achieve the ability to comfortably and safely handle loads in this position and addresses fascial mobility in a low-stress but challenging environment. Give this a try, but make sure you stick to the fine points of the setup. If you lose the setup position, you’ll lose the benefits of this exercise. So go back to a more fundamental position like static half-kneeling if that’s the case.
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